orages lointains

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    pas grand chose à raconter
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    montreal/san francisco
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  1. orages lointains

    Le Duke - 25 étages

    Franglais "really really" or "truly truly"
  2. orages lointains

    Nest Condos - 11 étages

    I love all these projects more than I do the towers. It has always driven me crazy what a wasteland all these blocks south of Sainte-Cath and north of René Lévesque were. So far, only Bishop has been restored. Soon, Crescent will be nearly complete, and Drummond could be fixed by 2022 with some luck. MacKay is coming along as well. Prime areas still abound, unfortunately. Nothing at all in the mix on Montagne or Stanley, and still several lots on the other streets (aside from Bishop). With the completion of the Overdale areas, hopefully things pick up on MacKay.
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    Millen Plaza - 3 étages

    Should have been much taller.
  4. orages lointains

    CHUM - 17, 20 étages

    I'll say it again: I love how menacing this building is. Like the headquarters the evil company from the Final Fantasy video games.
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    Best Western Ville-marie (travaux de façade)

    ^ wow, the first photo, I had no idea what I was looking at until I saw the McGill College Building roof (today called the Arts Building for some stupid reason).
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    Louis de Villeray - 3 étages

    Absurdly low rise, but better than a parking lot.
  7. orages lointains

    Le Smith - 26 étages

    It's bland, but it's not evil or infernal. Acceptable, and great density.
  8. orages lointains

    6250 Lennox - 10 étages

    ^ Yeah, it's so terrible to have lots of affordable housing in a dense area near transit and work.
  9. orages lointains

    Rue Pierce et Saint-Catherine Ouest (projet mixte)

    Yeah, it would be a terrible shame to demolish all of these buildings.
  10. orages lointains

    Hôtel 1419 Clark (terrain screaming eagle) - 8 étages

    Hopefully that means that the Saint Laurent frontage will be occupied by commercial space? But it is a smart move to put it on Clark. No parking garage?
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    Château d'Ivoire - 4 étages

    One of the worst projects in all of Montreal right now. Makes me feel angry that the city allowed this. The planning department in Montreal is mostly worthless and should be shorn of its power, but this is the sort of thing that they actually should use their power to stop. 1. Loses density 2. Bad design 3. Introduces parking space and a parking ingress 4. Heritage loss
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    Art de VIVRE (Marché Saint-Jacques)

    Wonderful building, was crazy to let some private developers take this over and build condos up there. People will look back on these sorts of deals will be looked back on with real scorn. Very sad, no matter how nice it is. We can't get these buildings back, and we definitely will not build any more along these lines.
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    Bleury/Sherbrooke - +- 25 étages

    Peterson 250 units + C-Lofts 156 units + Smith 180 units = 586. Not bad. This new one looks like it could add 200 more. With all the hotels on Sherbrooke plus the Louis Boheme, and new Domtar hotel, the night time pedestrian traffic should be pretty good. Now if only they would develop this densely in more areas! Also, this: to this: No me gusta!
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    McGill: RVH Campus

    Very nice.