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when will quayside be developed? and how will it effect housing prices

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  • Feb 12th, 2018 2:59 am
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if the stock market revisits 2008 either this or next year, "not anytime soon" is your answer.

Based on Toronto's past history of developing anything, you're looking at 10 years of surveys and another 10 of debates before taking 10 years to build 1 thing.
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Will be a good thing. Like any large area it takes time to develop the whole area -- reason being is you dont want 100 condos being built at the same time in the same area. So they'll take their time. They need to develop transit, office and retail with it... all of it takes time. But it should be a great thing since that area is a prime part of Toronto that has sat empty for a long time.
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Sanyo wrote: Will be a good thing. Like any large area it takes time to develop the whole area -- reason being is you dont want 100 condos being built at the same time in the same area. So they'll take their time. They need to develop transit, office and retail with it... all of it takes time. But it should be a great thing since that area is a prime part of Toronto that has sat empty for a long time.
what will be built first? the subway relief line or this thing? i think it'll be neck in neck.
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Buggy166 wrote: what will be built first? the subway relief line or this thing? i think it'll be neck in neck.
yeah i guess no time soon, so better not make investment plans based off of this. a lot in your life can change in 10 years or however long it takes
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reesefitzmaurice wrote: yeah i guess no time soon, so better not make investment plans based off of this. a lot in your life can change in 10 years or however long it takes
its worth keeping an eye on though. might end up being a worthwhile place to either live or invest, but for now its just drawings on a website. Wouldn't be surprised if prices will be $1600-2000 per sq ft by the time any kind of presales start.

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