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Old Posted Feb 25, 2007, 3:45 AM
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^^ meh I guess that makes sense, but it sorta makes an office park look, be it a dense one. It could be worse. They should just spice it up a bit.

Is Calgary having an condo boom like the rest of Canada or no?
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^^ meh I guess that makes sense, but it sorta makes an office park look, be it a dense one. It could be worse. They should just spice it up a bit.

Is Calgary having an condo boom like the rest of Canada or no?
Don't worry, it's being taken care of. Calgary is going through Canada's largest boom. Click here and just scroll down for a couple minutes. It will be worth it: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=124676
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Is Calgary having an condo boom like the rest of Canada or no?
Boom is an understatement these days. There are dozens of 'unequal' twin projects out there too. It is the calgary special.
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I have a question. If buildings and towers are unequal, then wouldn't they be more like sister towers instead of actual twins ?
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I can't find any good pics, but Scotia Place in Edmonton is a nice one.
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alps where did you get that stunning pic of halifax and harbour?
are there more where that came form?
the reflections and light are amazing.
halifax is one of the most beautiful cities goin'.
of course, i am from nova scotia so....
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alps where did you get that stunning pic of halifax and harbour?
are there more where that came form?
the reflections and light are amazing.
halifax is one of the most beautiful cities goin'.
of course, i am from nova scotia so....
I found it in this set of photos on Flickr, all taken by a guy called Rexton. There's a lot of talent and great photos on that website, just search up something like "skyline, halifax, night" or something similar for more like it.
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