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    Toronto | Ontario Line: Queen-Spadina Station | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx | HDR

    Seemed to create quite the discussion, so I wouldn't call it that cold.
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    Toronto | Ontario Line: Queen-Spadina Station | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx | HDR

    Maybe it's because I'm a graphic designer, and I care more about these things than the average person, but I suspect a lot of people like it simply because it's old and it's all they've ever known the TTC logo to be. My own personal taste doesn't exactly favour a kitschy early 20th-century logo...
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    Toronto | Ontario Line: Queen-Spadina Station | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx | HDR

    And slightly on that note, the TTC logo should be updated since it's horrible. I know it won't happen, but I can dream okay?
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    Toronto | Union Station Revitalization | ?m | ?s | City of Toronto | NORR

    I was being sarcastic. It's absolutely ridiculous that so much money is being spent on renovating Union Station, and yet after all these years we still have platforms that in many ways wouldn't be out of place in a rural village. Aside from the obvious accessibility issues, of which there are...
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    Toronto | Union Station Revitalization | ?m | ?s | City of Toronto | NORR

    Well, I guess I'm used to climbing up a flight of stairs to get onto the train so what does it matter.
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    Toronto | Concord Sky | 298.99m | 85s | Concord Adex | a—A

    What is it with Toronto buildings, Aura and now this, where they would otherwise be fairly sleek and inoffensive if not for the blocky growth that's placed halfway up the tower?
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    Toronto | Union Station Revitalization | ?m | ?s | City of Toronto | NORR

    This corridor has all the grace and warmth of an industrial warehouse.
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    Toronto | 1 St Clair West | 165.63m | 49s | Slate | Gensler

    Well, clearly most people here disagree.
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    Toronto | CIBC SQUARE | 241.39m | 50s | Hines | WilkinsonEyre

    Does anybody remember why they're even there in the first place? I swear they've been sitting there for so long I've forgotten at this point.
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    Toronto | Annex Flats | 8.9m | 2s | Originate | Smart Density

    I've felt the same way for a long time as well. When I was very young even then I remember thinking it was strange how many 2-3 storey houses were so close to the city centre. Now that I'm older and I realize they're largely inhabited by wealthy people, it makes more sense why there always seems...
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    Toronto | 1 Yorkville | 183.18m | 58s | Bazis | Rosario Varacalli

    Asphalt patches that are in huge messy blobs too, of course.
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    Toronto | 45 Railroad | ?m | 25s | Boardwalk REIT | Graziani + Corazza

    It's actually made me speechless for a moment.
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    Toronto | 80 Bloor Street West | 250m | 72s | Krugarand | Giannone Petricone

    So can we stop the insufferable comparisons to NYC already? It's so strange, New Yorkers do not care about these comparisons and frankly, most Torontonians don't either. It's some weird obsession I only ever see online.
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    Toronto | Waterfront Innovation Centre | 53.03m | 11s | Waterfront Toronto | Sweeny &Co

    Those power lines desperately need to be buried once this area isn't so bustling with development/construction.
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    Toronto | Forma | 308m | 84s | Great Gulf | Gehry Partners

    Good grief, people from Toronto sure do love self-deprecation.

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