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    Toronto | 350 Bloor West | 118.1m | 35s | Andrin | IBI Group

    Still with the “urban living room.” Why not widen the sidewalk, which is uncomfortably narrow?
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    Toronto | 328 Bloor West | 114.92m | 37s | First Capital | BDP Quadrangle

    The Fresh has a really nice 3rd Uncle interior, which is the most significant thing on this block
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    Toronto | Lower Don Lands Redevelopment | ?m | ?s | Waterfront Toronto

    A few phone shots from a recent site tour:
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    St Bruno St Raymond Catholic School (270 Barton Ave, TCDSB, 3s, Kohn Shnier)

    Two years from now, fresh proof that a publicly funded Toronto school board can actually make a good building.
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    Toronto | Mirvish Village (Honest Ed's Redevelopment) | 85.04m | 26s | Westbank | Henriquez Partners

    Progress on the northwest tower and some heritage buildings:
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    67 Adelaide St E Revovation (Na-Me-Res, 4s, Hilditch)

    This was the Metropolitan Toronto headquarters. It absolutely should be a heritage building. Given its history, it may also be an awkward fit for an Indigenous org. Hopefully the exterior changes are reversible. https://www.instagram.com/p/CI7JlVwM21a/?utm_medium=copy_link
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    Toronto | 888 Dupont | 53.72m | 13s | TAS | SA

    So the developers TAS bought the building in 2017. A photographer has been a tenant there with cheap rent since 2018. In other words, the developers gave cheap rent - short term - to creative tenants who knew full well the building would be redeveloped. And the developers are the villain of...
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    Zoning Reform Ideas

    The study refers to building in wood in a European context. Toronto midrise is concrete and, for technical reasons, tends to be exceptionally concrete-intensive.

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