oof. I hope not. Those vertical lines certainly couldn't have been that expensive, given the overall cost of the project. Hopefully it's just an omission in order to lock in the zoning envelope in the settlement, and they re-appear in SPA docs.
Unfortunately, it looks like they have indeed removed it from looking at the floorplans.oof. I hope not. Those vertical lines certainly couldn't have been that expensive, given the overall cost of the project. Hopefully it's just an omission in order to lock in the zoning envelope in the settlement, and they re-appear in SPA docs.
They're secretly going to give it to them in the end. This is the city's way of keeping the buildings at bay in my opinion. Besides it's fine at this level being close to the CN Tower.What is it with this cities hatred for supertalls. We'd end up with about 2x as many supertalls with approximately a total of 20m of building height increase across the whole city. That's insane
I'd no idea it was that far out. The Globe and Mail article last year (early this year?) implied that it was ready to go within the year or so.Exciting, but folks should note: this is in Allied's 10 year bucket. Nothing happening here for awhile.
Call me crazy, but I don't even mind the building quality slightly reduced for a little more height.Amazing how every iteration of this proposal keeps getting taller and taller!
March 2014: 240m
March 2019: 266m
July 2020: 274m
July 2021: 286m
September 2021: 298m
By the time it actually gets built, maybe it will be 350m.
So many proposals in this city gradually get withered down until their so far removed from what they originally were.I don't see the point in going through the effort and spending that much money to work with BIG only to have them design a stepped glass box. You could have told me the current designs were by WZMH or NORR and I'd have believed you.