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    Ottawa-Edmonton-Vancouver-Edmonton

  • #2
    I'm hoping those giant beige surfaces get reworked.

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    • #3
      ^ I'm sure they will. I suspect this one will turn out nicer than anyone may think. Glass never looks that blue in real life too

      Too bad this wasn't being built right in front of Peregrine Point.

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      • #4
        too bad this shows how desperately lacking our skyline is of glass and good modern architecture.

        ...looking at you river vista...


        Ottawa-Edmonton-Vancouver-Edmonton

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        • #5
          When was this one proposed and who's doing it?

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          • #6
            That one I really like. This rendering does make the skyline look quite drab. One building at a time though.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by amanzano
              When was this one proposed and who's doing it?

              right now...allan wasnea, he is a mechanical engineer in the building beside this one.


              Ottawa-Edmonton-Vancouver-Edmonton

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              • #8
                Originally posted by LindseyT
                I'm hoping those giant beige surfaces get reworked.
                Are you talking about the beige surfaces on the proposed tower? Or all the other cement buildings in the background? LOL, this one could be a fantastic addition. Let's wait and see some more detailed renderings.

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                • #9
                  How does a developer accomplish building/parkade access given the rather busy 105 & 106 streets (?) running parallel?

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                  • #10
                    I love the glass on this building!
                    Edmonton first, everything else second.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by IanO
                      Originally posted by amanzano
                      When was this one proposed and who's doing it?

                      right now...allan wasnea, he is a mechanical engineer in the building beside this one.
                      from Wasnea Mah Engineering?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by IanO
                        Originally posted by amanzano
                        When was this one proposed and who's doing it?

                        right now...allan wasnea, he is a mechanical engineer in the building beside this one.
                        Does this person have any significant, prior development experience? I get a cold chill down my spine that a market is out of control when completely inexperienced people all of a sudden think that they can pull off something like this.

                        Someone help allay my concerns here! One does not become a developer ex nihilo.
                        [email protected][email protected]: the 5th Horseman of the Apocalypse

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by murman
                          Originally posted by IanO
                          Originally posted by amanzano
                          When was this one proposed and who's doing it?

                          right now...allan wasnea, he is a mechanical engineer in the building beside this one.
                          Does this person have any significant, prior development experience? I get a cold chill down my spine that a market is out of control when completely inexperienced people all of a sudden think that they can pull off something like this.

                          Someone help allay my concerns here! One does not become a developer ex nihilo.
                          Does it help if I point out that these inexperienced developers are potentially offering better product than these existing "developers" you speak of?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by murman
                            Originally posted by IanO
                            Originally posted by amanzano
                            When was this one proposed and who's doing it?

                            right now...allan wasnea, he is a mechanical engineer in the building beside this one.
                            Does this person have any significant, prior development experience? I get a cold chill down my spine that a market is out of control when completely inexperienced people all of a sudden think that they can pull off something like this.

                            Someone help allay my concerns here! One does not become a developer ex nihilo.
                            one does not become a developer "from nothing" any more than one gains credibility through anonymous criticism from afar.

                            allan has long been associated with the development industry and has lived and worked and invested in edmonton for decades.

                            as to getting a cold chill down your spine, try acquiring a site and completing a design and getting approval with your own personal cash and reputation on the line - that's spine chilling.
                            "If you did not want much, there was plenty." Harper Lee

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                            • #15
                              Yea from what little I know of Wasnea he is no rookie.

                              His engineering firm does some good work.

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