More to come on this, I'm sure. And it will no doubt be seen as another indication of the strength of Near Southeast's residential market.
says: (5/2/12 1:29 PM)
I was hoping they would build a four or five start hotel. What do Toll brothers know about building a condo in a city any way. The one they built in white flint looks horrible link
says: (5/2/12 1:48 PM)
Interesting, I wonder if it will still be condos given the success of the rentals in the area.
says: (5/2/12 2:18 PM)
BTW - Toll Brothers didn't build White Flint Station - they purchased the apartment complex and converted it to condos.
says: (5/2/12 4:13 PM)
Interesting @Swill. So, they never built a big condo building like Velocity?
says: (5/2/12 4:24 PM)
No, they've built a number of them.
And I bet this might be the sort of branding this Square 699N project might come under:
says: (5/2/12 5:08 PM)
WOW awesome. Check this one out link
It looks amazing.
says: (5/3/12 7:39 AM)
That looks like I'll never afford it. :P In other new (?) news, I rode past DPW last night (Wednesday) and it looked like teardown equipment is being lined up there that I had not noticed previously. It could be going down soon.
says: (5/3/12 9:21 AM)
good find JD, the locations in manhattan and brooklyn should answer any concerns that they are not capable of building high quality projects in urban areas. one of the brooklyn projects is even certified LEED gold. clearly, cohen was not in a hurry to start phase 2. however, since toll made this purchase, we can infer they have a more aggressive timeframe in mind.
says: (5/3/12 9:45 AM)
Yay! No more sculpture garden!
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