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People bought condominium apartments and planned to move in. (The buildings are on the far right.) But then the delays began. They are more than two years behind schedule here, and still no reliable completion date. Civil suits have followed builder bankruptcies. High drama for those involved. Dirty snow and slush seem symbolic. The good news: all the buildings on the left, and the one at the end of the street, completed successfully and are inhabited by (presumably, and more or less) happy residents. (Various builders were involved.)
Update (25 Jan.): Now the buildings are finished, but the developer won't release apartment keys to buyers demanding financial relief for all the delays. No waiver of all rights, no keys or occupancy! Lawyers on both sides are having a field day. Yet another full-page story in the local newspaper. [SNY05960_lr_2000]
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I pretty sure these two prairie dogs were youngsters rough housing with each other. They spend 5 minutes restling and chasing each other around.
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Toa Payoh Lorong 6 and the 2 towers Gem Residences (viewing from Blk 1 Lorong 7)
The Details: Ephemeral Skye
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Braddell Flyover and Bishan Housing Estates (viewing from Blk 1 Lorong 7 Toa Payoh...
2021.01.04 - A traditional housing unit in east end Montreal complete with balconies and winding staircases.
52 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh towards Lorong 8 and Bishan estates (viewing from Blk 51 Lorong 6)
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Housing in Düsseldorf - 7730
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Container Housing, Amsterdam
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