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    Toronto Toronto | 801 Milner | 21.01m | 5s | SmartStop Self Storage | Francesco Serafini Architect

    ^All thanks to our fantastic developers who offer virtually no storage in their builds these days. I'm sure food kitchen spaces will be the next booming industry once developers get rid of kitchen prep space and start installing mini-fridges instead of actual fridges.
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    Toronto Toronto | East Harbour | 214.2m | 65s | Cadillac Fairview | Adamson

    I'm fairly surprised the city didnt designate that Smartrack poster that was plastered on top of this building. It was a very important piece of Toronto's history
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    Waterfront Transit Reset Phase 1 Study

    The city couldve afforded it had we not had status quo mayors, and dope induced austerity mayors who never had any foresight to manage Toronto in a way where we could actually keep up with growth. It's ok though, we wont see this being built anytime soon so we can read and enjoy some coffee...
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    Toronto Toronto | Crosstown LRT | ?m | ?s

    The driver of this car must be on a whole other level of stupid. It doesnt even look like this was at an intersection.
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    Toronto Toronto | Ontario Line | ?m | ?s

    Love how Metrolinx can execute temporary things much better than permanent ones (*cough Crosstown/Finch West LRT platforms and canopies*).
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    Toronto Toronto | 2 St Lawrence | ?m | 20s | Kooby Investments | Kohn

    ....Please no Marlin Spring, please no Marlin Spring, please no Marlin Spring
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    Toronto Toronto | Union Station Revitalization | ?m | ?s | City of Toronto | NORR

    That's what happens when there are spates of violent incidents which scare people away from the system, in addition to transit service not returning to pre-covid levels even after demand for service started coming back. Thus less people started taking transit due to the lesser frequencies, thus...
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    Toronto Toronto | 5359 Dundas West | 182.95m | 55s | CentreCourt | Arcadis

    Please feel free to let us all know if there has been some recent breakthrough advancement in elevator technologies which have made elevators run faster, and suffer from much less downtime for any kind of maintenance which would translate into vastly reduced wait times for residences in buildings.
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    Toronto Toronto | 5359 Dundas West | 182.95m | 55s | CentreCourt | Arcadis

    Lol 4 elevators? Yeah Centrecourt has gone mad here.
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    Toronto Toronto | Peter and Adelaide | 152.39m | 47s | Graywood | BBB

    That ground floor treatment just blends into making Peter Street the most dreadful street for a pedestrian to walk through in the downtown core. I'd actually go as far a saying it's in the Top 5 worst in Toronto from an urban realm perspective.
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    Toronto Toronto | Crosstown LRT: Eglinton Station | ?m | 1s | Metrolinx | IBI Group

    Dont worry everyone, we're chugging along at fantastic speed here🐌
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    Toronto Toronto | 1181 Queen Street West | 54.45m | 15s | Skale | BDP Quadrangle

    Outstanding building all around, this is truly great work by Skale and Quadrangle and well executed on all fronts. Too bad a lot of other developers cant learn from builds like this.
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    Bloor-Yonge Station Capacity Enhancement

    Wow Leary actually stepped out of his little office for what, the 3rd time this year to make some kind of public appearance? He deserves a medal of honor for the really hard work he did there. He probably deserves the Order of Canada for such a monumental feat.
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    Toronto Toronto | 77 Roehampton | 165.15m | 50s | Reserve Properties | Arcadis

    This project should be renamed "The Cattle Herd-Building 77 by Reserve Properties". They're starting to develop notoriety for their piss pour elevator/unit ratio. On a side note, it's touching they came up with this rendering that will never come to fruition. They aint fooling no one.
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    Toronto Toronto | Ontario Line | ?m | ?s

    ^A Bondfield legacy project, let us never forget how horrifically dreadful that firm was.
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    Toronto Toronto | Ontario Line: Queen-Spadina Station | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx | HDR

    Doug Ford is probably going to propose a new bill to mothball all Heritage Conservation Districts in this city knowing how petty and idiotic he is. He'll follow that up by mothballing all City of Toronto Secondary Plans, then Employment Land zoning will probably be next. There's limit to his...
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    Toronto Toronto | Pinnacle One Yonge | 344.58m | 105s | Pinnacle | Hariri Pontarini

    Wasnt able to grab a pic but looks like they are doing a big concrete pour this evening, trucks were lined up after regular construction hours.
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    Hamilton New Bus Barn | ?m | 5s | City of Hamilton

    Wow the day is finally coming after the long awaited talks over the past 2 decades. This thing is way, way overdue.
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    Toronto Toronto | Sugar Wharf Condominiums (Phase 1) | 231m | 70s | Menkes | a—A

    Not just yet, they'll have to install the balcony frames where the lift system is/was.
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    TTC: Other Items (catch all)

    Really, this is they're wasting time with at city hall? We're going to study how fair parking fines are vs TTC fare evasion fines? Lord please help us.