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Looks like a bit of oil canning on a couple of the larger panels, but there is far, far worse cladding going up in the city right now. I like that they've managed to blend the vision and spandrel glass fairly seamlessly. For a minor sidestreet (and facing a surface parking lot that's almost certain to get developed sooner or later), this really isn't terrible.
 

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It's going to be very visible once it's cleared that residential building at the corner of Bloor & Sherbourne and the National Post tower -maybe a couple of months from now.
 

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I walked by yesterday, and my first thought seeing only the tuna can cladding on the Bloor side was: "I can't wait to see all the hate this must be getting right now on UT"

Turns out you've all been playing nice... or completely given up! 🤣
 

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Not the worst looking among currently active projects, but definitely on the subpar side. Frankly, I still think it's just a lazy rehash of the Couture condos on Jarvis that was built like 7 or 8 years ago.
 

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