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It's sad that developers in Toronto seem to think that creating patterns on wraparound balconies is a clever way to differentiate their buildings from other condo towers.
...like boxed Xmas presents in differing wrapping paper.
 

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It's sad that developers in Toronto seem to think that creating patterns on wraparound balconies is a clever way to differentiate their buildings from other condo towers.
And the most sad part of it all is that these towers and some other bad ones. Are what tourist and locals have to view, photograph or film. When visiting this city's Center Island etc being in the front of the harbourfront! Some of the most unique and beautiful developments being built etc are situated outside of the downtown core. Which should be located here in my opinion !
 

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Time and energy and no power.
SE Tower F working on 42/48 of 65+++
NW Tower G working on 32/35 of 70+++
3 floors after 3 weeks from Oct 15

For reference from ~ first basement level pour
Sugar Wharf Jan 1, 2019 to Nov 1, 2021 42 floors
Pinnacle Oct 15, 2018 to Oct 15, 2021 65+ floors
One Bloor W Nov 1, 2018 to Nov 1, 2021 6 floors
But who’s counting?

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