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    Toronto | Alias | 149.5m | 45s | Madison Group | Teeple Architects

    If that’s the case, then why would the city approve this development in the first place? This city is growing like crazy, and we’re in the midst of a housing crisis. Creative uses of land will become increasingly necessary in order to continue to intensify. It’s kind of outrageous that the...
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    Toronto | Alias | 149.5m | 45s | Madison Group | Teeple Architects

    why couldn’t a prospective owner build up 5-6 more floors?
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    Toronto | 2Fifteen | 67.05m | 20s | Preston | Diamond Schmitt

    The best part of this building is how cohesive it is with its neighbours on that stretch of Avenue Road. It belongs on that street.
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    Toronto | 245 Queen Street East | 94.15m | 25s | ONE Properties | Graziani + Corazza

    These sorts of block-busting developments will be the death of this city. We need to be making suburban centres more like downtown, not the other way around
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    Toronto | Hyatt House Downtown Toronto | 44.81m | 15s | Manga | Sweeny &Co

    That’s absolutely ludicrous. Small sites like this are developed all the time in places like Japan (hell, once upon a time they could be developed in Toronto!) What reasoning does the city possibly have to impose such requirements?
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    Toronto | Hyatt House Downtown Toronto | 44.81m | 15s | Manga | Sweeny &Co

    Why wouldn't it be able to be developed in the future?
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    Toronto | Liberty Yard | 119.86m | 34s | First Capital | BDP Quadrangle

    Looking at the docs, it seems like this development takes away a lot more retail space than it creates. This development seems like a net downgrade for existing residents of Liberty Village as it is.
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    #YongeCity

    ya but everyone was on LSD back then so there's an excuse
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    Toronto | The One | 338.3m | 94s | Mizrahi Developments | Foster + Partners

    i mean, yeah Not a big deal at all, but the correction contained useful info. It’s all good, no need to get defensive.
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    #YongeCity

    A sure sign that Toronto is maturing as a global city is that architects are now proposing absolute whack job proposals like this one lmao
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    Toronto | 76 Adelaide West Recladding | ?m | 16s | Bell Canada | WZMH

    this would be great on a new build. But for what it’s replacing, it’s infuriating. Nothing less than a desecration. Imagine taking the facade off the Canada Life building or dominion building for some “innovative curtainwall”? I’m so freaking mad at this.
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    Toronto | Ontario Line (was Relief Line South, in Design) | ?m | ?s

    ya i mean it’s not like traffic patterns ever change or adjust
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    Toronto | Ontario Line (was Relief Line South, in Design) | ?m | ?s

    i feel like that would be such a suboptimal use of space. A good-sized park, cut off from its surroundings by high-speed traffic in all directions. Toronto is just plain not a city of grandiose avenues. And honestly, GOOD. University Ave-type streets are way overrated in my opinion; they’re...
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    Toronto | Tower at Pier 27 | 114.9m | 35s | Cityzen | a—A

    I appreciate the reference at least
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    Toronto | 400 Front Street | 201.05m | 63s | State Building Group | Kirkor Architects

    God this podium is gonna be awful. Look forward to the day this building gets wrecked
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    Toronto | 76 Adelaide West Recladding | ?m | 16s | Bell Canada | WZMH

    I CANNOT BELIEVE THEYRE DEFACING THIS BUILDING Genuinely one of the prettiest buildings in the city. Do these people have NO SHAME???

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