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    Yonge-Dundas Square (Brown + Storey Architects)

    I had to scoff at the writer's assertion that no one performs on the stage and that no tourists ever go to YDS. One visit to the square on any summer weekend would instantly prove him wrong. Does he walk through there with blinders on or what?
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    Toronto | Atrium on Bay Expansion | 114m | 34s | KingSett Capital | Hariri Pontarini

    Looks like the the south face of the media tower is getting a revamp.
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    Toronto | The Saint | 151m | 47s | Minto Group | Wallman Architects

    ^ You're right, my bad!
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    Toronto | The Saint | 151m | 47s | Minto Group | Wallman Architects

    Statcan just released their 2022 estimates and have the Toronto CMA alone at 6,685,621. The GTA also includes the Oshawa CMA with 447,079 plus the city of Burlington with 194,175. Total GTA as of July 1st, 2022 = 7,326,875. The GTHA would come in at 8,148,714...
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    Yonge-Dundas Square (Brown + Storey Architects)

    New screen installed at CityTV.
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    Jasonzed - Jason Zytynsky - Dedication at Mississauga City Hall

    Very sad to hear of Jason's passing. Many of his photos were among my all-time favourites posted on here over the years and the forum won't be the same without him. R.I.P. fellow urban enthusiast and Beatles fan.
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    Toronto | The Well | 174.03m | 46s | RioCan | Hariri Pontarini

    The Well features prominently is this video:
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    Toronto | The One | 338.3m | 94s | Mizrahi Developments | Foster + Partners

    A video about Toronto's supertall boom:
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    Toronto | Pinnacle One Yonge | 344.58m | 105s | Pinnacle | Hariri Pontarini

    Here's another video by a Toronto walker about Toronto's new supertall boom.
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    Roads: Gardiner Expressway catch-all, incl. Hybrid Design (2015-onwards)

    Here's another video by a Toronto walker about Toronto's new supertall boom.
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    Toronto | CIBC SQUARE | 241.39m | 50s | Hines | WilkinsonEyre

    ^ There are a heck of a lot more than 120 cranes across the metropolitan area.
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    10 Dundas East (former Toronto Life Square, Ent Prop Trust, 10s, Baldwin & Franklin)

    More screens are going on top of the former Forever 21 building (future Rogers flagship), similar to what what was done on top of the Shoppers/former Hard Rock building.
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    10 Dundas East (former Toronto Life Square, Ent Prop Trust, 10s, Baldwin & Franklin)

    The Hard Rock was supposed to find a new downtown location after Shoppers took over their old one, I thought they might go into the old HMV location (Now Tokyo Smoke), but this space could also work.
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    10 Dundas East (former Toronto Life Square, Ent Prop Trust, 10s, Baldwin & Franklin)

    What will be finished first, this new screen or Union Station? Place your bets.
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    Downtown Yonge

    Something is going in the former HMV flagship space at Yonge and Dundas. The notice on the window says "New Retail Store".
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    Toronto | King Blue by Greenland | 155.75m | 48s | Greenland | IBI Group

    I'd say it extends at least to Jarvis in the East, and walking from Jarvis to Spadina is 25 minutes. Toronto doesn't at all have "a small urban centre" -- if you also consider how far it extends in the North-South direction, the total built up high-rise core is comparable to Chicago's in size...
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    Toronto | Social at Church + Dundas | 164.89m | 52s | Pemberton | RAW Design

    Just for the record, the buildings that used to stand on this corner were two and three storeys, not one and two storeys. I find people often downgrade the stature of old buildings like these to make it seem more justifiable to have them be demolished.
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    Toronto | Scotiabank North Tower at Bay Adelaide Centre | 140.2m | 32s | Brookfield | KPMB

    Toronto has a couple of hundred cranes at least.

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