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Old Posted Oct 3, 2018, 5:34 AM
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One of the victims of the 2008 Financial Crash in Calgary has been reactivated in the form of a 122-meter, 37-storey rental residential tower.

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Another one has come out of the woodwork in the form of 11 + 11 - 138 meters - 44 storeys...



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We noticed that West Village Towers West and East at 150 meters and 125 meters respectively, are being outfitted with curtainwall slats, so that is quite a nice surprise. The transfer slab on this one is insane.



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Old Posted Oct 4, 2018, 4:35 AM
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89 Roehampton, or E2 Condos is now starting....the school was demolished. The new condo buildings next door will be torn down soon....I'm rather mad about this development (48 floor tower)
Here is how it will look in the Y & E skyline:





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Old Posted Oct 4, 2018, 9:42 PM
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The brand new @truenorthsquare looks spectacular with @bellmtsplace beside it from any angle but especially in this #aerial I just took. Amazing to have something that makes me feel like I'm in Toronto here in #Winnipeg!
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Old Posted Oct 5, 2018, 5:15 PM
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River Landing - East Tower | Saskatoon


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What's going on on the bridge in the Saskatoon photo?
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A celebration of the (re-) opening of that bridge -- I explain further in Great Canadian Bridges.
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We noticed that West Village Towers West and East at 150 meters and 125 meters respectively, are being outfitted with curtainwall slats, so that is quite a nice surprise. The transfer slab on this one is insane.



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Speaking of massive transfer slabs, the pour on Burrard Gateway in Vancouver is just about to start. She's nearly 6 feet thick, so one of the largest in the City. Nothing compared to the 2.5m slab for Aura in Toronto, but 6ft of concrete is still pretty nutty:

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More pics from Quorum laying down that 6th floor 68" thick/tall transfer slab.



Busy day as our Quorum team at Burrard Place place top steel and waffle wall steel for the L6 south deck while on the opposite end our crew is forming the north deck + pool area.
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Old Posted Oct 6, 2018, 9:32 AM
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That is very exciting. Crazy to think I lived in Van back when Burrard Gateway was proposed! Over 6 years now and it's finally underway. Amazing
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The Sally Ann Centre...





With the Hilton Garden Inn in the background.



Downtown West End is so lovely and urban. The street life is incredible, sometimes you see another person.
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Old Posted Oct 8, 2018, 8:28 PM
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Here's a rendering of the small tower that is being built next to the Green Lantern building. The Green Lantern is the 4 storey brick building with scaffolding up. The base of the tower will be a rebuilt Art Deco facade. The tower itself is only at the first or second floor right now; the black/glass one in behind is the Roy, a different project.

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That is very exciting. Crazy to think I lived in Van back when Burrard Gateway was proposed! Over 6 years now and it's finally underway. Amazing
Burrard Gateway has to be one of the longest development processes I've ever seen.

Very Vancouver that it took 8 years to get from application to grade... moving at the speed of business!
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Cladding! (16 York)

Forgot to post this update of 16 York, which I took two days ago, the cladding is up!
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River Landing - East Tower | Saskatoon


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Great to see recent shots of Riverlanding in Saskatoon this Fall, some decent progress has been made.



here's a link to drone shots of the project.

https://www.facebook.com/11206609891...7531178842633/

Condo/Hotel have had most of exterior finished & nice to see red cranes working on the first office tower which has already reached grade level and the first couple floors above ground are being worked on.

Next will be the Nutrien Riverlanding North tower to begin construction, also with 4 floors underground parking, for the estimated office move-in date in the next 2-3 years.

https://www.nutrien.com/what-we-do/s...-nutrien-tower



https://meewasin.com/assets/upload/r...08.5%20X11.pdf

Urban Capital apparently isn't wasting any time on their next Saskatoon project & had a public forum yesterday explaining their next condo/retail, again with 4 floors underground parking, building on the opposite side of the South Sask River on Broadway Ave.



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I have a few updates, so I'll post this I took today, of the LCBO headquarters in the foreground, the CIBC HQ/Bay Park Phase 1 in the background on the right, the One Yonge site on the right, front and the Yonge Lake tower on the right:
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Old Posted Oct 16, 2018, 4:23 AM
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