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    Leslieville / Studio District

    I’m very exited about this. This is a fairly large property in a great location so it’ll be interesting to see what the height and quality of this project. Leslie and Queen E has the potential to be an amazing main intersection..
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    Toronto | 49 - 51 Yonge | 216.36m | 60s | SmartCentres | a—A

    With all the possible spots in the city to build a tall edifice why here!? In addition why are all the proposed tall buildings scrunched in so closely? Is land that scarce in this city..I guess so.
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    Toronto | Nobu Residences Toronto | 156.66m | 45s | Madison Group | Teeple Architects

    That looks very much like the initial rendering at this level.
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    Toronto | PJ Condos | 156.96m | 48s | Pinnacle | Hariri Pontarini

    This look like a water feature...is it?
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    Vancouver | Amazon Development Centre/The Post | ?m | ?s | QuadReal | MCM Partnership

    This looks more interesting with the offset side panels on this side.
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    Toronto | First Parliament Site | ?m | ?s

    I agree with Lyphe. I enjoy the width and breadth of the walkways plus once this area is developed with more residents this area will be very alive. I also enjoy the general elbow room one has there. Meanwhile I went to buy a new computer at Staples and then get me car washed at the Big Wax and...
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    Pret A Manger coming to Canada!

    I also found 'Pret' to be a great and affordable place to have a quick bite. As I recall however they do not have bathrooms in the UK (at least not in London). In New York they do and the stores are much larger in NYC.
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    Toronto | 1151 Queen East | 21.94m | 6s | Hullmark | superkül

    The same is true with 'The Poet' condos closer to Leslie St. Very slow progress?
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    Toronto | Bianca Condos | 37.79m | 9s | Tridel | Teeple Architects

    I already have grey runoff stains.
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    Toronto | The Rosedale on Bloor | 185.92m | 55s | Gupta | IBI Group

    It's great to see Bloor St. have a continuous 'presence' all the way to Sherbourne St. rather than seemingly fade away as it used to.
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    Toronto | 1 Yorkville | 183.18m | 58s | Bazis | Rosario Varacalli

    Wonderful street presence
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    NORTH VANCOUVER | 143 East 17th Street | 37m | 13s | Anthem | dys architecture

    The subtle angles make all the difference
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    Toronto | Cumberland at Yorkville Plaza | 124.96m | 40s | Camrost-Felcorp | WZMH

    Such an odd architectural expression to the top.
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    Vancouver | Bosa Waterfront Centre | 115m | 30s | Bosa Development | Kohn Pedersen Fox

    Vancouver office buildings are always so 'squat'. I realize there are view corridors etc. However those guidelines hamper the drama of the cityscape. Having said this the scale the mountains make everything man made seem small in scale.
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    Vancouver | Alberni by Kengo Kuma | 132m | 40s | Westbank | Kengo Kuma

    Stunningly interesting. I can't wait to see this in person.
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    Vancouver | Amazon Development Centre/The Post | ?m | ?s | QuadReal | MCM Partnership

    The upper building itself is not very interesting at all. It is the integration of the lower old Post Office with shopping etc. that will be the interesting part of this development.
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    Toronto | Nobu Residences Toronto | 156.66m | 45s | Madison Group | Teeple Architects

    Omg what a bunch of whiners or shrills for a foreign government or most likely both.
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    Toronto | Grove Condos | 19.91m | 6s | Presidential | CMV

    I agree. it looks much better in this newer 3D image than in the previous images. I will be very happy when all the empty lots along Queen E are built upon. Especially the gas stations especially the one just west of Gio Ranas on the north side.( I've also mentioned/asked what's up with Post...

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