Top 5 in the database. #6 and 7 are also 300+
Pinnacle One Yonge
312.50, 263.60, 217.00
212 King Street West
Let alone a couple dozen or more master plans of new neighborhoods around the city with some pockets of big ass towersIf you count The Hub’s little spire (CTBUH would ;-) Toronto has 8 legitimate supertalls on the books: 2 u/c and 6 in the pipeline. If YSL and Sugar Wharf Phase 2 were kind enough to sneak a lousy extra metre in, that would be 10.
The good news is even if COVID depresses the office market for the foreseeable future (stalling CC3, Union Park, The Hub), 3 potential supertalls are residential or mixed-used (no high hopes for 1200 Bay though).
5 Year Prediction: 212 King W and Gehry will start, YSL and Sugar Wharf will add a metre and be underway… so 6 supertalls in motion. If we're really lucky an office building will land a marquee tenant and think about starting.
5 Year Progress:
a) The One will be u/c at level 31 of 94 approved storeys
b) SkyTower will be topped out and 85.4% clad
c) a 402 metre proposal will emerge for Mississauga (roof height - 290m, spire with Rogers logo - 112m).
throw in all the new planned and u/c LRT lines, Subways, GO, and Smart Track, and some new tourist attractions,
Ontario Place, Rail Deck Park, Portland's Woodbine Casino, etc.
It's mind bogglingwhat's going on and what's to come in the GTA....we wont recognize it in 10 years