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Old Posted Sep 29, 2019, 11:13 PM
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Didn't really think of this one having a skyline impact, but it's going up in what is otherwise a very sparse area. The taller building proposed for the corner of Brunswick and Cogswell will have a big impact from some angles.


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Why did this one have height restrictions? Could it not have been taller?
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It's zoned for a 7.50 FAR, but I think it might be affected by the Citadel view planes
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Why did this one have height restrictions? Could it not have been taller?
There is a view plane over the top. It cuts this block in half.
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I hate to be negative but this one really looks ugly. There’s just too much going on, thank god the adjacent Jono Developments property will block this a bit.
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I hate to be negative but this one really looks ugly. There’s just too much going on, thank god the adjacent Jono Developments property will block this a bit.
I agree, it does not look good. This seems to be a trend, with random patterns of cladding on new building in materials and colors that do not appear thought out very well. I wonder why? Good design costs no more.
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