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Old Posted Feb 5, 2008, 3:55 PM
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Canada's Tallest U/C #11 - #30

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11. Residences of 488 University Avenue (Toronto): 207m / 679ft
12. YC Condos (Toronto): 198m / 650ft
12. M City 1 (Mississauga): 198m / 650ft
12. M City 2 (Mississauga): 198m / 650ft
15. E Condos (Toronto): 194.4m / 638ft
16. Wellesley on the Park (Toronto): 194.1m / 637ft
17. 22|21 Yonge (Toronto): 192.5m / 632ft
18. JW Marriott Edmonton & Legend Residences (Edmonton): 191m / 627ft
19. 19 Duncan Street (Toronto): 186.5m / 612ft
19. Amazing Brentwood One (Burnaby): 186.5m / 612ft

19. Amazing Brentwood Two (Burnaby): 186.5m / 612ft
22. 1 Yorkville (Toronto): 183.2m / 601ft
23. Brentwood Three (Burnaby): 182m / 597ft
24. Eau du Soleil - Water Tower (Toronto): 180.8m / 593ft
25. Rosedale on Bloor (Toronto): 179m / 587ft
26. Vita on the Lake (Toronto): 177.1m / 581ft
27. Transit City 1 (Vaughan): 175.3m / 575ft
27. Transit City 2 (Vaughan): 175.3m / 575ft
29. The Well Office (Toronto): 173.9m / 571ft
30. 6000 McKay (Burnaby): 172m / 564ft


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11. Residences of 488 University Avenue (Toronto): 207m / 679ft


http://www.corearchitects.com/blog/4...ersity-avenue/


By: steveve on Flickr (June 1, 2018)



12. M City - Tower 1 (Mississauga): 198m / 650ft


https://www.thestar.com/business/201...est-tower.html


By: Jasonzed on Urban Toronto (May 28, 2018)



12. M City - Tower 2 (Mississauga): 198m / 650ft


https://www.kijiji.ca/v-condo-for-sa...00k/1341515143


By: Jasonzed on Urban Toronto (May 28, 2018)



12. YC Condominiums (Toronto): 198m / 650ft


https://www.talkcondo.com/blog/top-1...-projects-2014


By: steveve on Flickr (June 1, 2018)



15. E Condos South (Toronto): 194.4m / 638ft


http://urbantoronto.ca/database/projects/e-condos


By: drum118 on Flickr (June 17, 2018)



16. Wellesley on the Park (Toronto): 194.1m / 637ft


http://www.11wellesley-onthepark.ca/


By: drum118 on Flickr (June 9, 2018)



17. 22|21 Yonge (Toronto): 192.5m / 632ft


http://www.pinnaclealliancerealty.com/node/791665


By: drum118 at Flickr (June 17, 2018)



18. JW Marriott Edmonton & Legend Residences (Edmonton): 191m / 627ft


http://www.edmontonsun.com/2016/01/3...stry-down-time


By: Chris Vazquez on Flickr (May 22, 2018)



19. 19 Duncan Street (Toronto): 186.5m / 612ft


https://twitter.com/alliedreit


By: Josh Kenn Photographics on Flickr (June 21, 2018)



19. Amazing Brentwood One (Burnaby): 186.5m / 612ft


http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...95#post6476095


By: City of Rain on Flickr (May 27, 2018)



19. Amazing Brentwood Two (Burnaby): 186.5m / 612ft


http://www.buzzbuzzhome.com/the-amaz...10_low_res.jpg


By: City of Rain on Flickr (May 27, 2018)



22. 1 Yorkville (Toronto): 183.2m / 601ft


http://www.condoinvestments.ca/1Yorkville


By: drum118 on Flickr (May 21, 2018)



23. Brentwood Three (Burnaby): 182m / 597ft


http://vancitypresales.com/building/...ing-brentwood/


By: City of Rain on Flickr (April 22, 2018)



24. Eau du Soleil - Water Tower (Toronto): 180.8m / 593ft


http://www.blogto.com/city/2013/03/a...ore_park_lawn/


By: drum118 on Flickr (March 31, 2018)



25. Rosedale on Bloor (Toronto): 179m / 587ft


http://thecondosource.ca/uncategorized/skywatch-condos/


By: drum118 on Flickr (March 31, 2018)



26. Vita on the Lake (Toronto): 177.1m / 581ft


http://urbantoronto.ca/database/projects/vita-lake


By: drum118 on Flickr (March 31, 2018)



27. Transit City 1 (Vaughan): 175.3m / 575ft


https://www.buzzbuzzhome.com/us/transit-city-condos1


By: Craig White on Urban Toronto (June 20, 2017)



28. Transit City 2 (Vaughan): 175.3m / 575ft


http://transitcitycondo.ca/


By: Craig White on Urban Toronto (June 20, 2017)



29. The Well Office (Toronto): 173.9m / 571ft


http://urbantoronto.ca/news/2015/03/...front-evolving


By: drum118 on Flickr (May 26, 2018)



30. 6000 McKay (Burnaby): 172m / 564ft


https://www.buzzbuzzhome.com/ca/6000...station-square


By: D70 on Flickr (March 14, 2018)

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Stationlands in Edmonton is 125 m (137 m with spires), I've seen them do some prep work or servicing on that lot.

Icon II - no idea how tall this one is. I think it is around 120+ m. Ian?
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I saw Icon on the Edmonton List , but not Station lands.

Icon came in at 112 Meters.
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Stationlands in Edmonton is 125 m (137 m with spires), I've seen them do some prep work or servicing on that lot.

Icon II - no idea how tall this one is. I think it is around 120+ m. Ian?
No worries once, it's official (hell even if it's not, you can update the list yourself at anytime )

Just copy and paste
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Stationlands in Edmonton is 125 m (137 m with spires), I've seen them do some prep work or servicing on that lot.

Icon II - no idea how tall this one is. I think it is around 120+ m. Ian?
It would be kinda weird to see Edmonton on this list, you are booming, but you seem to have been left far behind the rest of the country in highrise comstruction.
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Minto Midtown -160 Meters will be finished in a couple of months.

That should free up some space for some other projects in The big 3 or Montreal & Edmonton.

Cross your fingers.
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Couple of shots I took last week. It's looking pretty nice so far.



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Hey Maybe we can include everything to #50.

I was just lazy man.
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It would be kinda weird to see Edmonton on this list, you are booming, but you seem to have been left far behind the rest of the country in highrise comstruction.
give your city a municipal airport overlay of 150m (zenith, most areas are 130 or less) you ignorant bastard and see what you can do.
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give your city a municipal airport overlay of 150m (zenith, most areas are 130 or less) you ignorant bastard and see what you can do.
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^born in ottawa and knowing it well i feel your pain. I absolutely cannot stand when "skyscraper/development aficionados" make comments about cities who have significant restrictions.

Edmonton has quite a lot going on...but height isnt one of them for reasons out of our control.
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Glad to see we're keepin' it civil.

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Edmonton has quite a lot going on...but height isnt one of them for reasons out of our control.

Don't worry Stationlands will be on the list as soon as we get confirmation.

and.....

look at Vancouver, with regards to hieght limits, so you never know.

And...

They might just shut that airport down. - It doesn't make sense for a city the size of Edmonton to have 2 airports.
It's ridiculous.
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^ That argument has been going on for the past 10-15 years.

The best we can hope for immediately, is the closure of a runway.
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give your city a municipal airport overlay of 150m (zenith, most areas are 130 or less) you ignorant bastard and see what you can do.
hey chill out dude, I wasn't insulting your city, I was saying it is unusual to see Edmonton on a tallest list.
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"It would be kinda weird to see Edmonton on this list, you are booming, but you seem to have been left far behind the rest of the country in highrise comstruction."

fuck you no insult
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Can someone explain to the meaning of this list? How is it inclusive? Where is the Bow? It doesn't make sense, many if not all of these buildings aren't even u/c!
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Bow is on the 1-10 list....

I dont know about the other cities, but all the Vancouver buildings mentioned are U/C
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Can someone explain to the meaning of this list? How is it inclusive? Where is the Bow? It doesn't make sense, many if not all of these buildings aren't even u/c!

The reason I made this list was to track the construction progress of tall buildings across Canada that are not on the 1-10 list.

I said inclusive , because of just Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver we get more Canadian cities included and more forumers included.

Even though...in the end it was still mainly Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver.


..anyways...

start posting your pictures of the Montreal building on the list.


btw: all the buildings on the list are U/C
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"It would be kinda weird to see Edmonton on this list, you are booming, but you seem to have been left far behind the rest of the country in highrise comstruction."

fuck you no insult
Hey, it's not my fault your city decided to build your airport downtown, and as such don't have buildings over 150m. And don't get mad at me because you aren't building tons of highrises like Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver are. You can try to make what I said an insuly all you want, it wasn't intended to be so fuck off.
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