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    Toronto | Nobu Residences Toronto | 156.66m | 45s | Madison Group | Teeple Architects

    Absolute dog of a building the only redeeming angle is if you’re facing away from it. Nobu should be embarrassed their name will be on this hot mess. Not to mention an absolute waste of the heritage building on Mercer.
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    Toronto | Forma | 308m | 84s | Great Gulf | Gehry Partners

    Totally agree, huge opportunity to activate a long dead stretch of King, especially with theatre shows coming back to life; Theatre Park's podium has also long been empty and that's always been a bit upsetting.
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    Toronto | 19 Duncan | 186.53m | 58s | Westbank | Hariri Pontarini

    If someone has a tutorial I could follow I’d be happy to build and set up a time lapse camera once it starts.
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    Toronto | The Well | 174.03m | 46s | RioCan | Hariri Pontarini

    That is a large block of land! Hoping something shows up in the basement space of Metro Hall.
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    Toronto | 19 Duncan | 186.53m | 58s | Westbank | Hariri Pontarini

    Well guess I need to brush up on my firms and their buildings. Though I’m pretty sure the building that looks like 1 Bloor is actually Wellesley on the Park.
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    Toronto | Theatre District Residence & Riu Plaza Hotel | 156.05m | 49s | Plaza | BDP Quadrangle

    A more distant phone snap of the cladding in progress. In person the cladding takes on a bluer grey rather than the white in the renders. Still promising though.
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    Toronto | 19 Duncan | 186.53m | 58s | Westbank | Hariri Pontarini

    Progressing along nicely! Never thought about how I can see 4 Hariri Pontarini (soon to be 5) buildings from my unit.
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    Toronto | 160 Front West | 239.87m | 46s | Cadillac Fairview | AS + GG

    And it was originally going to be taller too at 265m
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    Aura at College Park | 271.87m | 78s | Canderel | Graziani + Corazza

    This is the interesting bit for me, isn’t out of the realm of possibility to expand.
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    Toronto | Chelsea Green (was 33 Gerrard) | 283.47m | 86s | Great Eagle | a—A

    The fluted glass podium and unique window shapes in the tower really makes this interesting. Unfortunately I also see them as the first things to get VEd out
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    Toronto | Canary Landing | 89.61m | 26s | Dream | COBE Architects

    Wonder if the metal insert framing the middle window is a part of the final design or just a construction artifact. I would've thought that goes in before the window does.
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    Toronto | Ace Hotel Toronto | 44.8m | 13s | Carbon Hospitality | Shim-Sutcliffe

    Well guess I don't need to hold my breath any longer for the brise soleil above each window. Still a pretty looking building though!
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    Toronto | Bungalow on Mercer | 63m | 17s | Kalovida | Scott Shields

    Huge fan, gives me Hong Kong/Tokyo/New York vibes all at the same time
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    Toronto | 12 Ossington | 19.81m | 4s | Hullmark | Hariri Pontarini

    I’d really like to understand rationale. Is it because they think it’s too imposing or blocks out “too much sun” I personally think we should be able to build streets like this:
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    Toronto | Nobu Residences Toronto | 156.66m | 45s | Madison Group | Teeple Architects

    From this angle you can also see the east facing glass on one of the towers. I thought we’d at least be getting curtain wall here, but nope. The entire render for this building was a complete sham, if I was a buyer I’d be furious. All these cut corners on the exterior makes it clear that the...