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  1. Davis

    Toronto skyline

    Really cool. Going to be a tough act to follow lol.
  2. Davis

    Toronto skyline

    Amazing stuff! I've seen a lot of great shots here but these are mindbogglingly beautiful. Great job!
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    Toronto skyline

    Reddit Image Savills Image Strata Image
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    Toronto | Marla on the Park | 17.2m | 4s | Kultura | RAW Design

    Good use of land and it won't be so big that it dwarfs everything around it.
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    Miscellany Toronto Photographs: Then and Now

    954 King Street W, 1980s vs now. BlogTo Image Truelofts Image
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    Toronto | Form Condos | 50.59m | 14s | Tridel | a—A

    ^^^ It really didn't come together well. Swing and a miss imo ?
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    Toronto | KING Toronto | 57.6m | 16s | Westbank | Bjarke Ingels Group

    lol I know right? The renderings are incredible but I just can't see it actually turning out like that. I really hope I'm being pessimistic and will be proven wrong.
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    Toronto | Minto Yorkville Park Condos | 75.89m | 25s | Minto Group | IBI Group

    It looks like it's 10 years old. I really don't understand how it turned out so bad. Units are nice enough inside but for Yorkville prices I'd be looking somewhere else.
  9. Davis

    Abandoned or neglected buildings in Toronto

    Yeah, Buffalo definitely has some rough patches. These are prime for a loft conversion.
  10. Davis

    Abandoned or neglected buildings in Toronto

    That's such a shame. It looks like there's a pretty nice building next door on College that's getting tagged up thanks to the dilapidated building beside it.
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    Toronto | M1 & M2 at M City | 197.81m | 60s | Rogers Real Estate | Core Architects

    Oh I see. Thanks for clarifying!
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    Toronto | M1 & M2 at M City | 197.81m | 60s | Rogers Real Estate | Core Architects

    Is M1 and M2 still the name for these towers? Isn't there a North York development with the exact same name?
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    Toronto | Monde | 149.95m | 44s | Great Gulf | Moshe Safdie

    Wow, those balconies are ?. I can't believe I didn't notice them until now. The units look pretty good here too.
  14. Davis

    What explains this geographic trend of a high percentage of young adults living with parents in Southern Ontario?

    Yeah there are some amazing houses there for under $500k, if I was going to look elsewhere that'd probably be my top pick. I've always loved the east coast, been to Newfoundland a few times too but the weather there would deter me from staying long term; great place to visit though.
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    What explains this geographic trend of a high percentage of young adults living with parents in Southern Ontario?

    That's fair, and it is a problem for sure. I definitely wouldn't have stayed if it comprised everything my parents worked for. You're not wrong about leaving Toronto either; I've thought about Halifax for a while now. Always loved the city, have friends and family there, and the houses are so...
  16. Davis

    What explains this geographic trend of a high percentage of young adults living with parents in Southern Ontario?

    I appreciate your take on it, but nothing I did was at my parents expense. As I said, they wanted me to stay because it was in my best interests financially, and they in no way needed money from me to travel. Also, I think you're discounting the differences between when you were 20 and what...
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    What explains this geographic trend of a high percentage of young adults living with parents in Southern Ontario?

    lol 20s are not for enjoying yourself? That's absurd and also kind of sad. My parents wanted me to live at home while I was in university and they didn't want rent for it. As for your assumption that I somehow didn't work hard or set myself up because i traveled: I paid my own way through...
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    What explains this geographic trend of a high percentage of young adults living with parents in Southern Ontario?

    Same thing happened to a friend of mine in university, except that his mother sold their house and moved to Europe. That complicated things a bit...
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    What explains this geographic trend of a high percentage of young adults living with parents in Southern Ontario?

    This is a very good point. I traveled often in my 20s and there's no way I could have done it if I was paying rent. If people in their 20s need to choose between enjoying their lives and paying rent, they'll probably stay home longer.

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