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Old January 3rd, 2017, 06:28 AM   #1
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TORONTO | River City Condos Phase 1,2,3 + Harris Square | 100m | 29 fl | 16 fl | 13 fl | 12 fl | U/C

RIVER CITY CONDOS PHASE 3









RIVER CITY CONDOS PHASE 1&2

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River City has been the best large multi-building residential development in Toronto. Hopefully we'll see more stuff like this around the city.
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I wonders how much they had to pay those unfortunate render people to sit in that horrid little park. I walk past not infrequently but have never seen anyone actually sit there. I once saw an elderly couple think about it but common sense prevailed and they fled. Be that as it may, I'm crushing on the actual building.
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I wonders how much they had to pay those unfortunate render people to sit in that horrid little park. I walk past not infrequently but have never seen anyone actually sit there. I once saw an elderly couple think about it but common sense prevailed and they fled. Be that as it may, I'm crushing on the actual building.
I mean yeah, the parkette is quite uninspiring, but why would you sit there when you have the nice Corktown Commons just 50m away?





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I mean yeah, the parkette is quite uninspiring, but why would you sit there when you have the nice Corktown Commons just 50m away?





Exactly. That is always my destination when I walk by.
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