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Old Posted Jun 5, 2018, 4:39 PM
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This looks a bit like part of downtown Vancouver.

The cities have diverged since 1980 or so but Vancouver and Winnipeg used to have a lot of very similar development since they boomed during the same period right after the railway was built. They both got railway hotels, Hudson's Bay department stores, etc. Both have large neighbourhoods of similar prewar 20th century detached wooden houses (which are now worth $2M in Vancouver; well, they're worth -$40,000 and sit on land worth $2.04M ), plus some old masonry apartments mixed in.
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Public Gardens and Spring Garden Road area of Halifax. Probably last summer (or maybe 2016?) based on the big construction hole on the left.


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This thread was just about to disappear to the second page so here's a couple of photos to bump it


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Downtown Moncton skyline as seen from the roof of Horizon Place, a nearly completed 10 storey apartment building in neighbouring Dieppe.



The low roofed structure in the foreground is our major regional shopping mall - CF Champlain Place. The old Sears space in the mall is undergoing renovations as you can see. It's being taken over by TD Bank, and they plan on opening a corporate banking centre employing 400 and a customer contact centre employing over 600, for a combined total of nearly 1100 new jobs here in the Hub City.
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Old Posted Oct 18, 2018, 4:15 PM
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Hopefully a higher resolution version of this one will be released:


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A beautiful skyline panoramic of London Ontario. It is missing the newest towers, but it is truly quite lovely.


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Great London shot and it will improve with a few condo 30 story condos under construction right now and several more proposed. London is growing faster now than it has since the 1980s. I believe the city crossed the 400,000 mark a few months ago.
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Great London shot and it will improve with a few condo 30 story condos under construction right now and several more proposed. London is growing faster now than it has since the 1980s. I believe the city crossed the 400,000 mark a few months ago.
Yes, and the skyline has no less than three cranes over downtown, with another 3 about to start (plus a bunch of plans, many of which may never come to fruition). London is doing well now, after enduring the horrible depths of the great recession (where the city was hurt worse than any other large urban centre in Canada, Windsor aside).
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Not much of a skyline yet, but this might be the last amazing profile of Kelowna before this beautiful city explodes with high-rise development!


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