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Old Posted Mar 11, 2019, 7:16 PM
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No question that dCondo aims higher than other projects around town which have been better sellers. Clearly anyone in the market for a dCondo unit can afford a conventional house. But it's still amazing to me that there has been so little uptake, even if they are supposedly luxury units.

Thinking further on this point, some of the condo buildings along Waterfront Drive also offer a luxury product, i.e. getting closer to the size, amenities and prices of nice suburban homes. Those seemed to sell reasonably well. So maybe people are just skittish about dCondo given the problems that have affected the project?
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