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Old Posted May 27, 2018, 6:48 PM
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Nice ones Coldrx! Not sure if I like the design of those upper residential floors.....it shakes the balance up if they're going with what it looks like they're doing.
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The tallest in 1913......

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Beverly to 96 st and then all the way down to Riverdale.
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It wasn't even the tallest in Alberta. The Lethbridge High Level Bridge is 95.7m (1907-1909).
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It wasn't even the tallest in Alberta. The Lethbridge High Level Bridge is 95.7m (1907-1909).

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One Yorkville more cladding going up. It's a shame that they have spandrel and not curtain wall but I think the overall effect will look nice as more cladding is added. It doesn't bother me but I'm sure others will hate it.

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I'm liking that cladding - please post more updates as it progresses.
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It's been a while since I've done my own photo update so maybe this weekend I'll hop on my bike a do a tour of the core. Like Sixty Colborne is finally getting it's copper cladding on it's base and is looking great.
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One Yorkville more cladding going up. It's a shame that they have spandrel and not curtain wall but I think the overall effect will look nice as more cladding is added. It doesn't bother me but I'm sure others will hate it.

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From a distance, I feel this is going to look great, up close, I agree, curtain wall would have looked better.
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wellesley on park 194 meters

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Looks like Clover on the left.....nice one Caltrane.
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