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  1. FMCS

    Mississauga Toronto | M3 at M City | 260.29m | 77s | Rogers Real Estate | Arcadis

    And no it does not affect Pearson airport at all, both eastbound approaches are quite a bit north of the city Centre!
  2. FMCS

    Toronto Toronto | BMO Field Renovations | ?m | ?s | MLSE | Gensler

    They should build up the South stand and also add the North stand to the same specs as the Argos CFL final and make it permanent. Having a larger and higher north stand would also help with reducing the wind which is bad at times especially early in the season and obviously late summer and fall.
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    Toronto Toronto | Concord Sky | 299m | 85s | Concord Adex | Kohn Pedersen Fox

    I knew the original design and height would never fly in this city....but I'm still very disappointed.
  4. FMCS

    Toronto Toronto | Grid Condos | 157.88m | 50s | CentreCourt | IBI Group

    Fabulous photos everyone....Thank you!
  5. FMCS

    Toronto Toronto | 50 Scollard | 147.62m | 41s | Lanterra | Foster + Partners

    That's what I'm hoping for as well!
  6. FMCS

    Toronto Toronto | YC Condos -- Yonge at College | 198.42m | 62s | Canderel | Graziani + Corazza

    Nice pics....that second photo could pass for any of the large cities in Asia even Shanghai!
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    Toronto Toronto | Church and Wellesley | 101.78m | 31s | ONE Properties | S9

    The renders look great this should be in the 45-55 storey height just because it looks so good! I do hope it gets built at the typical 39 storey height at the very least....
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    Toronto Toronto | The Selby | 165.5m | 50s | Tricon | bKL Architecture

    And the fact it has a couple of nice looking neighbours (mainly X2)....
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    Toronto Toronto | Lower Don Lands Redevelopment | ?m | ?s | Waterfront Toronto

    And I think the bridge designs are great! Simple yet elegant and of a style that will be quite tireless.
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    Toronto Toronto | Wellesley on the Park | 194.15m | 60s | Lanterra | KPMB

    This one is climbing quickly now, regular floor plates and mild weather helps.
  11. FMCS

    Toronto Toronto | 217 Adelaide West | 103.5m | 23s | Humbold Properties | Adamson

    Wondering if there was any reason they're not going for +40 floors here?
  12. FMCS

    Toronto Toronto | 217 Adelaide West | 103.5m | 23s | Humbold Properties | Adamson

    I wonder why they're only going for 25 floors here?
  13. FMCS

    Mississauga Toronto | M1 & M2 at M City | 197.81m | 60s | Rogers Real Estate | Core Architects

    Sure it does but something more daring (along these lines) once in a while to break up the monotony!
  14. FMCS

    Mississauga Toronto | M1 & M2 at M City | 197.81m | 60s | Rogers Real Estate | Core Architects

    Why can't we get proposals like this in Toronto?
  15. FMCS

    Toronto Toronto | 8 Wellesley | Residences at Yonge | 182.15m | 55s | CentreCourt | Arcadis

    It would be nice if at the very least they would legislate good quality, meaning materials used....agreed on aesthetics and design it's far more complicated.
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    Toronto Toronto | Rise Condos | 76.5m | 23s | Reserve Properties | Graziani + Corazza

    If they at least kept it all in that dark glass with maybe some metallic silver railings on the balconies it could have looked significantly better, unfortunately "cheap, cheap....save, save" mentality rules for most Ontario developers.
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    Toronto Toronto | King Portland Centre and Kingly Condos | 57.6m | 15s | Allied | Hariri Pontarini

    Good quality precast brick panels will last longer, especially those that are completely made of cement. The only problem with these is that the "brick" is painted and after 15 years or, more likely less, the paint will start to fade. There are some panels out there that essentially have brick...

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