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  1. ardwold1

    Bloor-Yorkville Scene

    I Imagine this means that the Birks VC&A Bloor shop will close then? This could create a potentially much larger unit for the incoming 55 Bloor tenant.
  2. ardwold1

    Toronto | T3 Bayside | 42m | 10s | Hines | 3XN

    This really just keeps giving me big Nyhavn vibes, with more to come
  3. ardwold1

    Bloor-Yorkville Scene

    Don't believe it's been mentioned, but Stuart Weitzman has finally vacated Bloor. The former Off White space has been leased.
  4. ardwold1

    Bloor-Yorkville Scene

    Speaking of 100 Bloor, odd to see that Ermenegildo Zegna has shut.
  5. ardwold1

    Bloor-Yorkville Scene

    I wonder if they'll be holding on to Rosedale?
  6. ardwold1

    Toronto | Ace Hotel Toronto | 44.8m | 13s | Carbon Hospitality | Shim-Sutcliffe

    Looks great and all, but I must bring back my age old question...WHERE are the brise soleils?
  7. ardwold1

    Toronto | Massey Hall Revitalization at the Allied Music Centre | 48.46m | 7s | KPMB

    Can confirm that there is no plan to re-glaze the bricked-in windows. Looks fantastic, anyway!
  8. ardwold1

    Toronto | U of T: Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship | ?m | 8s | U of T | Montgomery Sisam

    It's been some time since I've been on campus - I hadn't realized Simcoe Hall was getting a scrub. Looks bloody great.
  9. ardwold1

    Carlaw-Dundas Triangle Public Art - Obelisk (Pierre Poussin)

    I'm not one to harp on the preponderance of overhead wires in the city, but do they ever distract at this intersection. This does look great though when you look beyond them, especially with the lighting feature(s).
  10. ardwold1

    19-25 Toronto St potential redevelopment (@Adelaide St E, Goband Development, ?s, ?)

    re: Liechtenstein vs Luxembourg...Ever so different...and yet genealogically identical (pretty well) Walking through this neighbourhood, I'm often amazed by how much remains. Toronto St. is really still quite a treasure, even with all of the -'90s-'00s interventions. This addition should be...
  11. ardwold1

    Toronto | One Delisle | 155m | 44s | Slate | Studio Gang

    Ten Delisle is a snore-fest. What are these Cooks on about?
  12. ardwold1

    Toronto | CIBC SQUARE | 241.39m | 50s | Hines | WilkinsonEyre

    Very much enjoyed this series of Beaux-Arts juxtaposition!
  13. ardwold1

    Toronto | 1 Yorkville | 183.18m | 58s | Bazis | Rosario Varacalli

    No offence! Obviously economic health and desire for ROI are necessary for the development of the buildings we discuss on this forum. It's just best that we couple that with positive contribution to our cityscape.
  14. ardwold1

    Toronto | 1 Yorkville | 183.18m | 58s | Bazis | Rosario Varacalli

    I think, perhaps...you aren't understanding that a great deal of the forumers here are interested in and concerned about design and urban issues, with really very little thought (or care, quite frankly) to the ROI for real estate investors, as nice as it must be for you that "everything goes...
  15. ardwold1

    Toronto | 89 Avenue Yorkville | 76.5m | 20s | Armour Heights | Richard Wengle

    Errrmmm...he can really fluctuate. A lot of his stuff is downright horrid, but then much of his new work has stepped up. I think, as with many developments (and as is often the case with Wengle's work), materials and details will really make or break this. Looks promising though!

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