Publicly accessible courtyard with three courtyard facing CRUs - does this even exist in AB?
I can't think of any that are mixed use, or are new builds. Market Square in Victoria has a semi enclosed courtyard with CRUs, but it's not mixed use and not a new build. I recall something similar in Philadelphia, but same thing , not mixed use or a new build.Are there many examples of this anywhere in North America? I'd really be interested if anyone knows of any precedents. There might be some buildings like this built in Yorkville (Toronto) in the 1970s, but I can't think of any specific examples off the top of my head.
My thought s are pretty much the same as the above posts. However the final product turns out, one thing for sure is that it will be better than what we typically see. For example, I like the area projects done by Sarina, they're what I would call solid, and good additions to the neighborhood. Courtyard 33 will be a notch above those other ones.
that lot has been cleared for a few years. used to be a cool old house converted to a restaurant, lots of trees around it. Then it got developed into a dirt and grass lot....yaynoticed the same corner one block east has been cleared and fenced off, not as large lot as this
that lot has been cleared for a few years. used to be a cool old house converted to a restaurant, lots of trees around it. Then it got developed into a dirt and grass lot....yay