Proposed south-end condo prices jump ...

Proposed south-end condo prices jump out of student market

There are 1 comment on the The Guelph Mercury story from Jun 8, 2012, titled Proposed south-end condo prices jump out of student market. In it, The Guelph Mercury reports that:

Waterloo's HIP Developments purchased the property at 1291 Gordon St. approximately 18 months ago, and is proposing a much more high-end development than originally envisioned for the site.

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Toronto, Canada

#1 Jun 8, 2012
... so we've taken the units down to a more traditional condominium size,"

Higgins said, noting the building will be Guelph's first really high-end project.

"You can't buy a $320,000 two-bedroom condo and make that work as student housing, and that's ... Comment ?

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