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    Toronto | IMMIX | 131.06m | 38s | QuadReal | a—A

    Interesting how you can see a triangular roof structure at the back... seems like the bulk of the original fire hall was part of the building the whole time!
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    Toronto | 875 Queen East | ?m | 7s | Harhay | OFFICEArchitecture

    RIP stained glass window :( http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/898361411618
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    Empress Walk Retail

    My guess is they're trying to expand the retail space. It looks like they've demolished and rebuilt the wall between the main store area and the back office, but maybe that's just an illusion with the fridges gone. I also think the ceiling lights have been replaced?
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    Toronto | The Gloucester on Yonge | 147.82m | 44s | Concord Adex | a—A

    Ahh, I thought the "Buy & Sell" woulda been something painted on in maybe the 90s or 2000s... it's cool how it remained un-painted-over all these decades! And I was wondering what those curvy brown lines were... Oh, the quirky little things that get uncovered by demolition... <3
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    Toronto | The Gloucester on Yonge | 147.82m | 44s | Concord Adex | a—A

    The second floor (and the "A Touch of Class Wedding Photo & Video" sign are finally all gone :D Also, a 70s(?) painted design on the ajoining building has now been partially uncovered.
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    Church-Wellesley Village

    They seemed to have changed the sign from a sky blue "Windows on Church" sign to a white "The Widow" one... An art window à la turque, hien...? Sounds yummy ^_^
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    Toronto | The Gloucester on Yonge | 147.82m | 44s | Concord Adex | a—A

    Bye bye birdie... and goodbye bathroom-tile-looking walls! Note: the Popeyes and OpenMat Mixed Martial Arts gym next door in the nicer-brick building were still open when I passed by around 8:46 PM today.
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    Toronto | TeaHouse 501 Yonge Condominiums | 170.98m | 52s | Lanterra | a—A

    Random Toronto franchise history tidbit: that Panzerotto Pizza at the southwest corner of this plaza was their very first location, established way back in 1976 by Alex Schiavone, a gourmet chef trained back in Italy in the 50's. Also: a Yelp reviewer who claims that after she was attacked on...

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