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The MLS duo has been eclipsed by the Ten York render in that angle, and only parts of Canada Trust and its partner are visible.
Maybe that's what's confusing him. MLS is no loss. The towers are very forgettable and just add to the sea of green glass that's inundated the area.
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^And also, we shouldn't forget the Pinnacle twins, likewise hidden from that perspective, though one is just poking out on the right. So basically, 4 towers 500-600 ft in height are hidden behind Ten York in that pic.
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More action for the Yorkville area, (hotel, condos, retail, etc.)

89 Avenue Road (Hotel redev, Freed Developments, aA, 28s/104.1 meters-341 feet
89 AVENUE RD
Ward 27
- Tor & E.York Site Plan Approval 12 146417 STE 27 SA Mar 30, 2012 ---
site plan approval applicatio to construct new - mixed use - commercial / hotel and residential building 28 storey building - with rear 6 storey building at rear - 3 storey common podium - 37 residential units - 53 parking spaces - 3 levels below grade parking







Yorkville Plaza (frmr Four Seasons Hotel site) (Camrost-Felcorp, 31s + 39s/125 meters-410 feet + 10s, P+S/IBI)
21 AVENUE RD
Site Plan Approval 11 332287 STE 27 SA Ward 27
- Tor & E.York Dec 30, 2011 --- --- --- ---
Site Plan approval application to convert existing hotel into mixed use building and construct 2 new towers (10 and 39 stories)- retail on ground and second floor and 883 residential units - 278 parking spaces in total in multi level below grade parking. - 200 Bicycle parking spaces. - See 11 332281 STE 27 OZ for Rezoning Application


Proposal
This application proposes to convert the existing 31-storey hotel building
to mixed-use, and to construct a new 39-storey (120 metres plus a 5
metre mechanical penthouse) mixed-use building at the northeast corner
of Avenue Road and Cumberland Street and a new 10-storey mixed-use building on Yorkville Avenue.








140 Yorkville Avenue (Empire, Zeidler, 38s/131 meters-430 feet)
140 YORKVILLE AVE
OPA / Rezoning 12 113502 STE 27 OZ Ward 27
- Tor & E.York Jan 27, 2012 Application Submitted Jan 27, 2012 Residential Apartments Tamir, Oren
(416) 392-7349
The application proposes to construct a 38 storey (120 metres, plus 6-metre mechanical penthouse, and an addition 5-metre elevator overrun and architectural element - total 131 metres) mixed-use building with 342 residential units and retail in the first two storeys. A total of 247 parking spaces (203 residential and 44 visitors/commercial) in a five level underground parking facility accessed via Avenue Road.









94 Cumberland Street (Minto, 26s/100 meters-328 feet, P+S/IBI Group)
Proposal
The development includes the demolition of the existing 9 storey office building and
replacement with a 26-storey (100 metres tall including mechanical screen) mixed-use
building containing residential and commercial uses. A total of 105 units (29 one
bedroom and 76 two bedroom) are proposed within the tower component of the project.
Retail and restaurant uses are proposed for the two storey podium and the first floor of
the tower, with an outdoor restaurant patio on the roof of the podium.
A total of 79 parking spaces (72 residential and 7 visitor spaces) are proposed in five
levels of underground parking accessed from Genoa Street at the rear of the building.
Servicing and loading functions are proposed to be accommodated at the rear of the
building from Genoa Street.
...........http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2...file-34587.pdf





This one seems to be quiet, but by no means buried

906 Yonge St condo/hotel (current Ridpath's Fine Furniture site, 35s/108 meters-354 feet + 23s/87 meters-285 feet)
OPA / Rezoning 10 200615 STE 27 OZ 906 YONGE ST Jun 18, 2010 --- --- Ward-27
South-District --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
Rezoning application to permit the redevelopment of the lands for the purposes of a hotel and resdiential development consisting of 28 and 35 storey towers atop a two storey podium complete with parking spacs below grade and three loading spaces. The proposal includes the partial rentention of the historically listed Ridpath's furniture store building
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Proposal
35 storeys tower fronting Yonge Street, 108 metres, hotel / residential, 3 levels underground parking
28 storeys tower fronting McMurrich Street, 87 metres, 100% residential, 5 levels underground parking

http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2...file-34586.pdf




More....Toronto City Planning-Yorkville development portal (seven area developments)......http://www.toronto.ca/planning/yorkville/33_avenue.htm

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Rumours of two supertalls coming to Oxford Place. 1070 feet each. Foster will design.

http://urbantoronto.ca/news/2012/10/...ll-skyscrapers
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Remove the balconies and 140 Yorkville is a pretty cool design.
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140 Yorkville looks like garbage. Embarrassingly it's in the wealthiest high density neighborhood in town.

On the other hand, the 10 Story mixed use building by Camrost-Felcorp looks quite sharp!
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Rumours of two supertalls coming to Oxford Place. 1070 feet each. Foster will design.

http://urbantoronto.ca/news/2012/10/...ll-skyscrapers
Nice, yeah rumour has the twins at 70 storeys/1070 feet-326 meters, and the two hotel structures at, 836 feet/254 meters + 605 feet/184 meters.

Casino proposal includes Canada’s two tallest skyscrapers
http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/arti...st-skyscrapers
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As great as all the development is for Toronto, I sense construction fatigue setting in amongst the citizenry. The sobering thought is that we're only gearing up for a even greater level of construction. What's proposed constitutes a monumental jump in activity to what we've experienced thus far. If even half of it comes on stream at the same time, the whole core will feel like one giant construction site.
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LARGE 27 CONDO DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED IN SOUTHWEST TORONTO (ETOBICOKE).....



http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/arti...t-to-lose-jobs

Mr. Christie’s Bakery in Etobicoke set to close, throwing 550 out of work

Several hundred employees are set to lose their jobs when the more than 60-year-old Mr. Christie’s Bakery shuts down next year, and it may be condo dwellers who repopulate the site of the storied cookie factory.

Mondelez Canada, who became owners of the factory after the North American split of Kraft Foods Inc. operations earlier this month, made the closure announcement Thursday afternoon to workers. Some 550 employees will be out of jobs when the doors close and that sweet smell dissipates next fall.

City councillors in Etobicoke expressed concern, saying the company is already looking to rezone the property for residential use, with a massive development concept for 27 condo towers.

“I’m just shocked right now,” said Vasyl Tkuchuk as he was leaving the plant Thursday evening. An immigrant from Ukraine, Tkuchuk has worked as a dough mixer at the plant for seven out of his 11 years in Toronto. “I was hoping this was for . . . life.”

Some employees exiting the 625,000 square-foot factory said they were too upset to talk after shift workers were given the news by Mondelez management at a cafeteria meeting Thursday.

Gerry Armstrong, 51, who has been working at the factory for 23 years, said many saw the close coming, but not this soon.

“We thought they were going to wait until it was all built up around us,” Armstrong said referring to the increasing number of condos in the area. Towers already loom on all sides of the factory near Lake Shore Blvd. and Park Lawn Rd., with several cranes also taking up the skyline as new developments continue to rise.

The closing follows an aggressive campaign started in September by Nestlé Canada, opposing a new condo development near the company’s Sterling Rd. plant, citing fears the residential community would eventually push out the factory.

Mondelez Canada cited aging outdated facilities, underutilized manufacturing capacity and a changing residential landscape in the close of the Lakeshore location, which opened in 1948 under Nabisco ownership.

“This is a difficult decision, given the role this facility has played within our organization and in the community for 64 years,” said Alvaro Cuba, vice-president of operations for Mondelez Canada in a news release. “However, the plant faces some unique challenges resulting from the changing neighbourhood surrounding the facility.”

Employees all had one word when asked what reason they were given for the closure: Condos.

Councillor Peter Milczyn, chair of the city’s planning and growth management committee, said it’s his priority to ensure the land remains zoned for employment to retain jobs.

“It’s such a huge loss of jobs all in one swoop,” he said. “It has huge implications for the city in terms of jobs and protecting lands for employment.”

Milczyn said Mondelez Canada has already made clear they hope to rezone the 27-acre property from employment to residential land.

“They have already submitted documents to the planning department looking at changing it,” he said. “They’re already showing a development concept with 27 condo towers on it.”


Councillor Mark Grimes, whose Etobicoke-Lakeshore ward is home to the factory, also expressed concern over job loss Thursday.

“I was deeply disappointed upon hearing this sad news,” Grimes said in a release. “While this comes as a deep loss to the community, I am committed to doing whatever it takes to keep high-quality jobs and high-quality employers in the South Etobicoke community.”

Meanwhile, Mondelez Canada spokeswoman Stephanie Cass said it was too early to speculate about intentions for rezoning, but that the changing landscape around the factory was a major factor in the decision to close.

“There has been significant residential developments around the facility,” she said. “As the community continues to expand we know that this will get increasingly more difficult.”

Cass said the company remains focused on helping employees, with a year’s notice of the impending closure.

While the company also operates at locations in East York and Montreal, where production will be relocated, Cass said there are currently no new jobs planned for the second Toronto location and they are still evaluating opportunities in Montreal.

The news was an unwelcome birthday present for Jeff Gurczenski, who just turned 54.

“Very tough with my age and the economy,” Gurczenski said sporting a jacket with the Kraft logo and a hair net on break outside the factory where he’s worked as a fork lift operator for eight years. “It’s a lot of people, a lot of years.”

Mondelez Canada — a division of Mondelez International which operates a $36 billion annual revenue — comprises several major brands including Oreo biscuits, Cadbury chocolate and Trident gum.

The Lakeshore location produced such items as Bits & Bites and Stoned Wheat Thins.
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A couple new renders and updates

Caesars Entertainment Corp.




TORONTO, Nov. 2, 2012 /CNW/ - Caesars Entertainment Corporation and Rock Gaming LLC today released its early vision for a downtown Toronto gaming entertainment facility. The renderings depict how an urban-integrated casino could be developed at one of several potential downtown sites.

Caesars and Rock Gaming are leaders in developing integrated entertainment complexes in major urban centres in North America. Caesars is also home to the most iconic names in entertainment including Celine Dion, Elton John, Shania Twain, Rod Stewart and many more.

The group's vision for a development at the Metro Toronto Convention Center (MTTC), which was recently identified as a potential casino site, focuses on a gaming entertainment complex that will serve as another world-class tourism anchor while complementing the City's pedestrian-focused layout and leveraging its robust public transit system. "We believe that the convention centre site provides a prime opportunity to achieve these important goals," said Caesars Executive Vice President of Communications and Government Relations, Jan Jones.

Highlights of the development, which would feature the "Caesars" brand, include a sophisticated and modern structure with a multi-story glass entry to integrate into the city's urban fabric. The vision also includes the creation of an urban park edged by retail, dining and year-round entertainment.

Jones said the early MTCC renderings are working concepts based on initial input from City leaders, local stakeholders and area businesses. "As stakeholder objectives are refined, we look forward to engaging several local and international architects to further develop concepts for this and other potential casino sites in downtown Toronto," Jones said.

"Regardless of the site, fundamental to our vision is designing a casino entertainment complex that builds partnerships with existing businesses - especially restaurants, hotels, entertainment and cultural venues - to attract more visitors and help all downtown businesses succeed," said Matt Cullen, president and chief operating officer of Rock Gaming.

http://www.newswire.ca/en/story/1063...wntown-toronto



888 Yonge (Masonic Temple, potential redevelopment)
Masonic Temple future up in air as studio closes

Bellmedia is closing its Masonic Temple production studio, leaving the future of the historic Yonge St. building up in the air.

The Yonge and Davenport building, which has hosted concerts by artists as varied as Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Led Zeppelin and the Rolling Stones in its 95-year history, has been the home of MTV Canada since 2006.

The closing is a result of MTV Canada’s move to Bellmedia’s studio at 299 Queen St. W, at the end of November.

“No decision has been made on the future of the building,” said Bellmedia spokesman Scott Henderson.

Henderson said 11 full-time employees and 16 contract workers lost their jobs as a result of the move, while 60 other MTV Canada employees will move to the channel’s new home. Several other Bellmedia channels also operate out of the Queen W. building, including BNN, CP24 and MuchMusic.

“The eliminated positions are duplicate production positions,” Henderson said.

The building began its life as a Masonic temple in 1917 and has frequently been used as a concert hall. It was bought by CTV in 1998 and turned into a TV studio for Open Mike With Mike Bullard.

The CTV purchase came after an outcry over plans to tear the building down and use the site for condominiums. During the controversy, the building was designated as a historic property under the Ontario Heritage Act.

That designation makes it harder for any potential buyer to tear it down, but it could still be converted into condos, perhaps by keeping at least part of the existing facade, suggested veteran real estate consultant Barry Lyon. On the plus side is the site’s prime location, Lyon suggested.

“It’s a terrific corner. You’re close to Yorkville. You’ve got the subway,” said Lyon.
On the other hand, the site is hemmed in on both sides by other buildings.
But it’s got plenty of potential even with its existing structure, mused Lyon.
“It sure would make a nice museum, wouldn’t it?”
http://www.thestar.com/business/arti...-studio-closes



Liberty Market Tower (171 East Liberty St, Lifetime 32s, Wallman
http://app.toronto.ca/DevelopmentApp...derRsn=3214227

New Condo Tower Proposed
Lifetime Development Group, owners of the Liberty Market Building have the rights to 3x density over their entire project. The latest word is that they are applying to aggregate the density they have over the entire Liberty Market Building and combine it to build a tower directly beside the east side of the Market Building, east of the Brazen Head Irish Pub.

The proposed tower would be located immediately to the west of the three-tower King West Condominiums (65, 75 and 85 East Liberty St) by Plazacorp, currently under construction, and to the south of Liberty Place, also currently under construction. The proposal in question would require that buildings housing KingWest Fitness and Casalife furniture store be demolished to accommodate the new project.

The proposed project would be a combination of retail at grade (23,000 square feet), a six-storey podium section comprised of office space (133,000 square feet), 214 commercial parking spaces and 120 residential parking spaces. (All figures are approximate.) There would be 25 levels of live-work residential condos above the podium (291 units in total) stretching to 32 storeys in total. This is a similar height as Liberty Central across the street and the Plazacorp Tower was recently granted.
http://www.libertyvillagetoronto.com...ower-proposed/









592 Sherbourne Street (Cityzen/Fernbrook/DiamondCorp, 52s/590 feet-180 meters, bKL Architecture)
New renders from Cityzen.....http://blog.mycondomylife.com/cityze...hitecture.html










10, 11, 25 Ordnance Street and 45 Strachan Avenue (Diamondcorp/Cityzen,5 bldgs. 49s,35s,2x29s,23s, Hariri Pontarini)
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10, 11, 25 Ordnance Street and 45 Strachan Avenue
- Official Plan Amendment and Zoning Amendment Applications - Preliminary Report

http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2...file-51485.pdf


The podium looks promising with plenty of retail and good street interaction.



KPMG Tower (Vaughan Metro Ctr, Calloway REIT, 14s, Diamond Schmitt)
Looks like they will be breaking ground on this soon

Calloway REIT Announces Major Mixed Used Development

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Oct. 31, 2012) - Calloway Real Estate Investment Trust (Calloway) (TSX:CWT.UN) today announced a 50/50 joint venture with SmartCentres to develop a vast tract of land (53 acres) within the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre (VMC). The Calloway VMC lands are strategically located adjacent to the terminus of the Spadina-York subway station in Vaughan and will be home to almost 6 million square feet of commercial, residential and retail development. Construction of the first building will begin in 2013.

"The Calloway lands will be the heart of the VMC," said Al Mawani, President & CEO of Calloway. "The VMC is the most exciting urban development in all of Canada. The Vaughan subway station together with the new regional bus terminal will connect the 905 to downtown Toronto and downtown Toronto to the 905. Also, the close proximity to the major roads and highway infrastructure, namely Highways 400, 407 and 7, makes our property a uniquely attractive location for corporate offices, retail and new residential development."

Calloway's VMC lands are currently "virtually undeveloped". To put this in context, upon completion, the Calloway JV lands will be similar in uses, densities, public transit and size to an area bounded by Bloor Street to Charles Street and Avenue Road to Jarvis Street in Toronto.

The first building to be constructed under the Calloway JV will be a Diamond & Schmitt Architects designed 300,000 square foot office tower with KPMG (one of Canada's largest international accounting firms) as the lead tenant. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2013 with completion in 2015. When complete, the 1200 people who will work in the KPMG Tower will have direct connections to both the subway station and the regional bus terminal by an underground pedestrian tunnel. Plans for the Calloway JV also include a major central park, civic square, and other associated uses supporting such urban city centres.
More.....http://www.building.ca/press-release...?id=1001808142


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A lot of nice and tall towers proposed for Toronto lately, hopefully most of them will be built, especially the supertalls.
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Downtown Toronto Office Market Flight - November

30 second video of available space Downtown Toronto, from Altus InSite and Cube Cities:

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Fencing is up for Harbour Plaza - 233 meters/ 224 meters

88 Scott - 205 meters will be starting construction shortly.
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Fencing is up for Harbour Plaza - 233 meters/ 224 meters

88 Scott - 205 meters will be starting construction shortly.
Dont forget the office component of H-Plaza....1 York-173 meters

Also some other Big Boys that are over 80% sold and arent far from breaking ground
Indx-180 meters, Massey-208 meters, and 10 York-224 meters.
Wow, some crazy times here in Toronto
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Downtown Toronto Office Market Flight - December

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Dont forget the office component of H-Plaza....1 York-173 meters

Also some other Big Boys that are over 80% sold and arent far from breaking ground
Indx-180 meters, Massey-208 meters, and 10 York-224 meters.
Wow, some crazy times here in Toronto
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Some recent proposed developments

St Michael's Hospital addition (ne corner Queen & Victoria, 17s, D+S)

From DCN
HOSPITAL ADDN Proj: 9148175-3
Toronto, Metro Toronto Reg ON PREPARING PLANS

St Michael's Hospital Patient Care Tower, Queen St & Victoria St, M5B 1W8
$49,900,000 est

Note: Request for Proposal (RFP) to lead the planning, design, and compliance aspects of this project has been awarded. Preliminary design is now underway. Schedules for working drawings and RFP for contracting services has not been determined at this time. Further update late 2012.

Diamond & Schmitt in association with DIALOG will be leading the planning, design, and compliance aspects of this redevelopment project.
Project: proposed construction of a 17-storey addition to the hospital. This wing will contain five state-of-the-art operating rooms and relocate patient beds from the older portion of the hospital.

Scope: 260,000 square feet; 17 storeys
Development: Addition
Category: Hospitals


Older rendering....




King East Centre (Toronto Sun Bldg @ 333 King St E, First Gulf, 6s, Pellow + 20s, DS)

http://www.toronto.ca/planning/2012/...utes_13nov.pdf


From AlbertC on UT


387 Bloor Street east (49s + 12s)

387 BLOOR ST E
OPA / Rezoning 12 290796 STE 27 OZ Ward 27
- Tor & E.York Dec 7, 2012 --- --- --- ---
Rezoning application for construction of a new mixed use development consisting of a 49 strorey and 12 storey residential building connected by a one storey podium containing commercial uses. Included in the proposal is a total of 582 residential units complete with 173 parking spaces to serve the devlopment .




40 Widmer Street (Greenpark, 40s, ?)

Rezoning application for construction of new 40 storey mixed use building - ground and second floor commercial - residential above - 380 residential units - 4 levels underground - 73 parking spots - 388 bicycle parking spaces.
http://app.toronto.ca/DevelopmentApp...derRsn=3149802

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Looks like something is brewing for this vacant corner

Former Reynolds Block/Empress Hotel: (Yonge & Gould, Lalani Group)


Pic thanks to androiduk @ UT




also big plans proposed for Markham

Buttonville Airport Redevelopment (404 & 16th Ave, Armadale, multiple bldgs, P+S)


More information here:
http://www2.markham.ca/markham/ccbs/...esentation.pdf

Buttonville could close by 2013
Buttonville airport could close as early as 2013 to make way for a massive redevelopment that will include a cinema, office and retail space, residential and possibly a 60-storey tower.
The $4-billion joint investment between Cadillac Fairview and the Sifton family’s Armadale Properties calls for a transit-oriented downtown ambience with an iconic building for Markham, planning consultant Don Given said Tuesday.
If Markham council wanted it, a 60-storey “elegant point tower” can be erected on the site to become “a beacon at the end of (Hwy.) 404
http://www.yorkregion.com/news/artic...-close-by-2013

60-storey tower eyed in Buttonville.........http://www.yorkregion.com/iphone/new...in-buttonville

All above info from canarob @ UT

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