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With Hudson Place One virtually complete, it'll soon be time to make use of the hole dug for this one. Anyone know when they'll get started here?
They probably have to get an approved design first...
It's sort of turning out like View Towers on top of a brick podium. Rather disappointing for such a high profile site. Perhaps the finished product will look better than the renderings.
I'm really not sure what the CoV could be thinking re: the excessive use of plain cladding panels on these very prominent new buildings. In the case of HP2 we're going to have plain white panels covering one of the city's tallest buildings, and only two blocks away from the plain white panels that cover one of the city's other tallest buildings. I sure hope they're not going to be the exact same panels, that would be crazy. Even if you really like this kind of panel cladding, how much would be too much? It just seems like an odd thing to be going all-in with after so many years of fretting about the architectural styles and materials that do or do not belong in Victoria.
Compare the tower levels of HP2 to the upper levels of 1515 Douglas.
While I think the b/w panel motif works quite well at 750 Pandora, at nearly twice the height, and with little variation for most of its elevation, HP-2 is going to be dull and monotonous.
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