Underwood Tower | 99m | 31s | Western Securities | Zeidler BKDI

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    Votes: 2 5.0%
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    Votes: 6 15.0%
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    Votes: 28 70.0%
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Cowtown

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This is fabulous. Just what the area needs. That area has a good cluster of towers within a 2 block radius, that have been built in the last decade (Chocolate, Colours, Union Square, Live on the Park, Portfolio, Park Point and now Underwood)
 

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I was hoping that that grocery store would get billed a block to the south, but I don’t think that’s happening anytime soon. This will be a good option.
 

intercept

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I was hoping that that grocery store would get billed a block to the south, but I don’t think that’s happening anytime soon. This will be a good option.
Too many already in the vicinity. The Sunterra Market is couple blocks away.

Much rather have something new and original like this in the neighborhood.
 

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There definitely aren't too many grocery stores in the area, Downtown / Beltline (as well as Inglewood and Ramsay) desperately need more grocery stores.

Anyway, this is an interesting idea, look forward to checking it out soon!
 

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If that 50 seat patio onto Haultain Park is also licensed this could be very cool... a Winnipeg Forks building but inside a rental tower directly on our highest-quality main street. Would place this development surprisingly close to the "big city urban" vibe of The Royal with CT and Urban Fare. Very exciting to see and a total checkpoint on the road to increasingly big city vibes in the Beltline.

I have a hard time understanding the diagram: does this hall exclude the old heritage building between Union Square and Underwood? Is that something else that's being planned?
 

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If that 50 seat patio onto Haultain Park is also licensed this could be very cool... a Winnipeg Forks building but inside a rental tower directly on our highest-quality main street. Would place this development surprisingly close to the "big city urban" vibe of The Royal with CT and Urban Fare. Very exciting to see and a total checkpoint on the road to increasingly big city vibes in the Beltline.

I have a hard time understanding the diagram: does this hall exclude the old heritage building between Union Square and Underwood? Is that something else that's being planned?
I totally agree. Really hope the patio is licensed. Also, It does include the historic Underwood Block. Vendor 01 is located in it.
 

Patrick.1980

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If that 50 seat patio onto Haultain Park is also licensed this could be very cool... a Winnipeg Forks building but inside a rental tower directly on our highest-quality main street. Would place this development surprisingly close to the "big city urban" vibe of The Royal with CT and Urban Fare. Very exciting to see and a total checkpoint on the road to increasingly big city vibes in the Beltline.

I have a hard time understanding the diagram: does this hall exclude the old heritage building between Union Square and Underwood? Is that something else that's being planned?
True dat. Something like that would could become a good neighborhood spot.
 

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This all looks very conceptual. Until they have actual tenants lined up, I will believe it when I see. There is far too much empty retail space within blocks of here. I realize this location is a step above some of the others but we are still in a depressed economy.
 
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