It's top secret, but if you were to have a guess as to what part of the city Market Street would be built in, what would your guess be?Rumour: architects from Gensler and Pappageorge Haymes spotted entering Brookfield Res office with drawings/files marked Market Street - Top Secret...
It's top secret, but if you were to have a guess as to what part of the city Market Street would be built in, what would your guess be?
Interesting tweet . People wonder why so much development is happening in greenfield areas. There are a few reasons, but this is part of it. I also think of a project like Glo getting refusal, and can't help but think the city still isn't that serious about increasing density in the inner city.
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Great photo of the urban density. It's the kind of angle that most people not familiar with the city (including some residents) would not think we would have based on our reputation. All the difficulties of redevelopment aside, I can't wait for similar angles of mid/high-rise density being increasingly available along what are today largely suburban areas in the coming years and decades (Brentwood - U of C - Banff Trail; MRU - Currie Barracks Marda Loop - South Calgary) .Kensington's getting dense!
A proposal from around 2007 would have built a tower on the site, preserving the existing building as sort of a podium. While the density would have been an improvement, from my memory of the rendering, the overall design was a mess. All I could find was this blurred out image: