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Old Posted Feb 24, 2017, 4:20 AM
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309 Cherry St. - 166 metres, 52 stories

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1680 Brimley, 4 towers, beside Scarborough Town Centre - 155m 47fl, 138m 41fl, 133m 39fl, 126m 36fl

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385 Yonge Street (98s-344m/1128 feet, Cresford, Kohn Pedersen Fox)

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111 Pacific Ave (33s-108m/355 feet, 29s-94m/310 feet, 8s-30m/100 feet, Minto, Hariri Pontarini)







111 PACIFIC AVE
Ward 13 - Etob. York District

This application proposes to amend the Zoning By-laws to permit two blocks of 3-storey townhouse, one 33 storey building, one 29 storey building, and an 8 storey building with a new 2 storey amenity pavillion, to be developed and added to the lands currently occupied by three residential rental buildings.
Proposed Use Residential # of Storeys 0 # of Units 768
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Rezoning 16 269597 WET 13 OZ Dec 21, 2016 Under Review
► Supporting Documentation......http://app.toronto.ca/DevelopmentApp...fASearch=false
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319-323 Jarvis Street (50s-165m/541 feet, P + S / IBI)

Update from the previous post with height and supporting documentation


319 JARVIS ST
Ward 27 - Tor & E.York District

Application to amend the Zoning By-law to permit redevelopment of the lands known municipally as 319, 321, and 323 Jarvis Street for a 50-storey mixed-use buidling with retail uses at grade: 506 dwelling units, 69 sq. m. retail, 35,316 sq. m of RGFA.
Proposed Use --- # of Storeys 50 # of Units 506
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Type Number Date Submitted Status
Rezoning 17 116378 STE 27 OZ Feb 13, 2017 Under Review
► Supporting Documentation......http://app.toronto.ca/DevelopmentApp...fASearch=false

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939 Eglinton Avenue East (28s-92m/302 feet, 20s-70m/225 feet, 16s-56m/185 feet, Diamond Corp, P + S / IBI)






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Nobu Residences + Hotel -15 Mercer St. (2x49s-156m/512 feet, Madison Homes, Teeple Architects)

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De Niro’s Nobu plans luxury condo complex in downtown Toronto
Mercer St. project to be Canada’s first condo, restaurant and hotel by Nobu, co-owned by actor, chef Nobu Matsuhisa, producer Meir Teper.
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those are some really nice towers
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Old Posted Mar 3, 2017, 8:16 AM
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CAMH Queen Street Redevelopment (2 Bldgs. x 7s - ?m/feet, CAMH, KPMB)



PCL, Stantec win $685M contract to redevelop downtown Toronto hospital
New mental health complex will cover 655,000 sq. ft., include 235 beds
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Old Posted Mar 5, 2017, 6:17 AM
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Those 2 buildings will cost $685 million?
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It's a build finance maintain contract, so no. A significant amount of that cost will be in 20 years of maintaining the buildings.
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591 Sherbourne St. (51s-153m/501 feet, Medallion, P + S / IBI)

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169 The Donway (39s-127m/415 feet, 34s-112m/366 feet, Cadillac Fairview, Hariri Pontarini

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16 York St. (32s-158m/518 feet, Cadillac Fairview, architectsAlliance)

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Cadillac Fairview commits to $479M downtown office tower without pre-lease tenants
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Thanks for the updates, Automation. Zounds, is 16 York ever banal! Not ugly, but I fall asleep looking at it.
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Mang... Toronto is always building. Nice.
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Thanks for the updates, Automation. Zounds, is 16 York ever banal! Not ugly, but I fall asleep looking at it.
Sort of like the last 10 office towers Toronto has built. Toronto hasn't built a beautiful office tower in almost 30 years. Scotia Plaza was the last nice one. EY is decent, I suppose.
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Sort of like the last 10 office towers Toronto has built. Toronto hasn't built a beautiful office tower in almost 30 years. Scotia Plaza was the last nice one. EY is decent, I suppose.
Yeah, here is another one that was just proposed, not the prettiest but any additional office space is always good

49 Spadina Ave. (20s Office Bldg. 89m/292 feet, Sweeny + Co. Architects)




49 SPADINA AVE
Ward 20 - Tor & E.York District

Zoning By-law amendment to allow the redevelopment of the site containing a six-storey heritage building on the western portion of the site. The existing building will be retained and a new, 20-storey tower is proposed on the eastern half of the site. The existing building contains retail and commercial uses which will be maintained and the proposed tower will contain retail uses at grade and office uses above. No vehicular parking is proposed.
Proposed Use --- # of Storeys 20 # of Units 0
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Rezoning 17 122573 STE 20 OZ Feb 28, 2017 Under Review
http://app.toronto.ca/DevelopmentApp...fASearch=false

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Sort of like the last 10 office towers Toronto has built. Toronto hasn't built a beautiful office tower in almost 30 years. Scotia Plaza was the last nice one. EY is decent, I suppose.
The 1990 TD tower and it's shorter twin are on par with Scotia Plaza I think.
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It blows my mind how these Toronto projects just keep on coming!
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New Salvation Army HQ at Yonge and Eglinton. Metrolinx expropriated the site to build the crosstown, and is going to rebuild a new HQ for them after.




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23 Spadina Ave. (69s-233m/765 feet, 59s-206m/677 feet, Concord Adex, P + S / IBI)


Downsized but approved

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Concord Adex's Last Two Towers Approved at CityPlace
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101 Spadina Avenue (46s-?m/ft. (Devron/Great Gulf, Diamond Schmitt)


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200 Soudan Avenue (2x24s-?m/ft., The Benvenuto Group, NEUF)

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Atrium on Bay Expansion - 2x4 storey additions (19s-79m/260 feet, 19s-77m/253 feet, H&R REIT, P + S / IBI)

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595 BAY ST
Ward 27 - Tor & E.York District

To modify the redevelopment plan approved under Site-specific By-law 1725-2013 to construct a four-storey office-use addition to each tower of the "Atrium on Bay" mixed-use building (Building A-West and Building C-East). A concurrent site plan application (12 131388 STE) is being processed.
http://app.toronto.ca/DevelopmentApp...fASearch=true#

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1421 Yonge St. (46s-164m/538 feet, Terracap Management, Wallman Architects)

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Park Avenue Place (3x22s-?m/ft., Solmar, Graziani + Corazza)







45 Agnes Street (28s-92m/302 feet, Icon)

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Charisma Condominiums (26s, 24s, ?m/ft., Greenpark, Kirkor Architects)

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Was 1421 Yonge approved at the OMB? With extra height and floors?
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