To celebrate the end of 2016, our sister sites SkyriseCalgary.com and UrbanToronto.ca are both running year-end polls where you can vote for your favourite projects from 2016. Last week, each site reviewed the results so far.

The Calgary skyline, image by Flickr user Colby Stopa via Creative Commons

Over the past week, both residents and non-residents of Calgary have been voting for their favourite buildings in our year-end poll. With the help of our information-heavy Database files, voters are determining the most-loved projects across three main categories: those completed before 2016, those completed in 2016, and those under construction.

Read more over on our sister site, SkyriseCalgary.com.

Candidates in the "TALL" category for Best Building of 2016

We are now one week into our Year-End Readers' Poll, giving you the chance to select your favourite buildings completed in 2016. With many hundreds of votes already counted, there is still plenty of time left to have your say before the polls close on December 20th. This year's pool of candidates has been divided into three categories; 20 to 53 metre-high buildings, 53 to 105 metre-high buildings, and 105 to 200 metre-high buildings.

Read more over on our sister site, UrbanToronto.ca.

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