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    Toronto | 39 Camden | 58.15m | 16s | Lamb Dev Corp | a—A

    Brant Park but make it brick. Lovely.
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    Toronto | 1650 Dupont | 23m | 6s | Gairloch | Gabriel Fain Architects

    "I'm not a NIMBY but here are the reasons this should not be built in my back yard."
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    Toronto | 1181 Queen Street West | 54.56m | 15s | Skale | BDP Quadrangle

    Pretty surprised we haven't seen cladding here yet.
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    Toronto | Toronto City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square | ?m | ?s | City of Toronto | Perkins + Will

    If this doesn't include removing the vehicular slip lane on the SE corner I will scream.
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    Toronto | St Lawrence Market North | 25.3m | 5s | City of Toronto | Rogers Stirk Harbour

    I was going to say, I would be tarred and feathered if I were to propose an atrium to my bosses (much as I would like to).
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    Bathurst Quay Revitalization: Canada Malting Silos, Ireland Pk, Waterfront Promenade (was Metronome)

    I have to say, the level of creativity (and communications!) on display on this project are an extraordinarily welcome breath of fresh air. Can we have you and/or other members of the project team breath some life into virtually every department at the City?
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    Toronto | The Annex | 42.17m | 11s | Plaza Partners | BDP Quadrangle

    ...along with perhaps an evolution of the sort-of awful balcony glass decals that QAL did on The Jack?
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    Toronto | The Diamond Condominiums on Yonge | 98m | 30s | Diamante Development | Scott Shields

    TFW your building looks like a computer generated massing model but dirty.
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    46-54 Ossington Ave (Hullmark, 3s, Audax)

    Handsome inside and out, along with some welcome patio seating.
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    Toronto | The Gloucester on Yonge | 147.82m | 44s | Concord Adex | a—A

    I kinda like it. Splash of colour in an otherwise pretty drab and grey streetscape. It’s kinda loud in a city that loves to be quiet.
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    Toronto | 1910 Yonge | 156m | 45s | Davpart | Graziani + Corazza

    Bring back the Pug Awards.
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    Toronto | 296 King East | 115.9m | 34s | Lamb Dev Corp | a—A

    There's a pretty solid and growing consensus (rightly or wrongly) that the height caps in the MU Areas designations in TO Core won't hold up particularly well at the Board.
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    1086 Yonge St (North Drive, ?s, ?)

    It's funny, I'm by here a lot (chiropractor is across the street, and Ramsden Park has the closest tennis courts to me and an awesome children's playground) and am not sure I've ever seen the patio anything other than almost full.
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    Toronto | 403 Keele | 37.73m | 11s | Core Development | Studio JCI

    Oh this is just scrumptious. More JCI, please.
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    Toronto | 19 Duncan | 186.53m | 58s | Westbank | Hariri Pontarini

    That is some exquisite curtain wall. Who wants to sneak over with me tonight and steal some to bring over to the Nobu site?
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    Toronto | The Taylor | 121m | 36s | Tricon | Diamond Schmitt

    Absolutely atrocious.
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    Toronto | PJ Condos | 156.96m | 48s | Pinnacle | Hariri Pontarini

    Hard agree (har har).
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    Toronto | 287 Christie | 25.7m | 7s | Zinc Developments | RAW Design

    For those who are inclined to support the project, I'd encourage you to write both the planner and councillor's office to express your support (as I did); their contact info is below. Robert Ursini Robert.Ursini@toronto.ca Councillor Layton Councillor_Layton@toronto.ca Councillor Layton's...
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    Toronto | 69 Yonge | ?m | 15s

    So, basically, Toronto's downtown Class A market during a global pandemic would make loads of cities in North America deeply jealous in normal times.

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