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Old Posted Mar 24, 2012, 1:22 AM
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Some projects from Etobicoke at Humber Bay
NXT2 (35 floors 111m)


Sunset (32 floors 108m)




South Beach Condo Tower 2 (27 floors 93m)




South Beach Condo's Retail on Park Lawn Road.


Nautilus (39 floors 130m)






Beyond the Sea North, South, and Star Towers (27 floors 91m and 36 floors 110.8m and 44 floors 151.5m)








Waterscapes (30 floors 90m)


Westlake Village Towers 1 and 2 (48 floors 158m and 44 floors 138m)




Some construction projects under going site prep.
Lago (49 floors 154m).


Ocean Club Condominiums (36 floors 127m).


Waterways 1 and 2 (50 floors 164m and 15 floors 50m).


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Younge and Major MacKenzie 31+28+20 floors over 1500 condo units

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FAD Condo, 170 Spadina Avenue, Toronto


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Some pretty awesome projects. any word on the regent park condo project "abc" ?

i wish they would reconsider theatre park. .

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Potential new rendering for Ten York.


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Not as bad as the second rendering but I still prefer the original.
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Sixty Colborne, Toronto

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If that's copper I see, I love, love, love the base of Sixty Colborne.
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Old Posted May 1, 2012, 9:17 PM
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Toronto projects >200m
Number One Bloor (70 floors ,237.7m).




Trump International Hotel and Tower (57 floors, 276.9m).














Ice Condominiums (67 floors and 57 floors, 234m and 202m).










L Tower (58 floors, 205m).








(Sorry this one is a little blurry).


Four Seasons Hotel and Residence (52 floors, 204m).














Shangri-la Hotel and Residence (65 floors, 214.5m).












Aura at College Park (78 floors, 272.3m).








First Canadian Place Recladding (72 floors, 298m).








TD Centre revitalization. Painting should resume on 77 King West this month. All towers are going to be painted black.




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Swell pics, Dwils. I love the revitalization of the bank towers. FCP looks smashing in its new garb, and the TD grouping will as well when complete.

Changing topics, I'm a little concerned that we haven't had a new proposal of significance in quite some time.
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Toronto construction projects 0-99m. Sorry some are a little grainy.
Waterlinks and Pier 27 (14 floors and 14 floors, 42.7m and 50.5m).




Union Station (6 floors, 25-30m).


Ripley's Aquarium ( 2 floors ~13m).




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Toronto construction projects 100-199m. Sorry some are a little blurry.
Waterpark Place 3 (30 floors, 140m).




U Condo's (55 floors and 45 floors, 184m and 154m).






Parade and TCHC 510 Bremner Boulevard (44 floors and 41 floors, 127.4m and 124.5m).




Hospital for Sick Childern Research Tower (21 floors, 117.3m).


MaRS (23 floors, 112.7m).


The Charlie (36 floors, 123.3m).


Clear Spirits Condo (40 floors, 136m).


Market Wharf (32 floors, 109m).


Southcore Bremner Tower and Delta Hotel (47 floors and 30 floors, 159.8m and 135.5m).


Burano (50 floors, 163m).




Cinema Condo (43 floors, 142.8m).


Couture (42 floors, 141m).


300 Front (52 floors, 156m).




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Amazing update, I love looking through all the Toronto development threads. It's incredibly overwhelming. Quick question, are there any plans to do away with this freeway? Sort a Boston Big Dig type of thing?

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They were plans for it. One was to build a big bridge for it. They has also been talk about burying it but it would be very costly and Toronto dosen't want to spend that much money. But there is no way they would demolish it. Too much traffic would be added to the other roads to make it a viable option so it looks like we are stuck with that. But if they develop under the Gardiner for public space it could look very nice.
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^^

Thanks for the answer. I've never been to Toronto unfortunately, but with all the development going on around it, it seems like there would be a growing public movement to burry it maybe? Or maybe I'm exaggerating it's impact, again I've never been to Toronto, but Boston's Big Dig was done under an active freeway like that one, so I'm sure it's possible. Anyway, sorry for going off topic.
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it is possible, but people would much rather spend the $20 billion or so it would cost to bury it on other things. that kind of money could add 60km of new subways to the city, rather than bury 6km of highway, that adds no new capacity too the overall transportation network.
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Burying the Gardiner is very do-able, but there isn't the appetite in Toronto to spend money on infrastructure improvements like this. The culture here is exceedingly frugal, conservative, and bare bones relative to what you're likely used to in New York, Boston, LA, etc. We have a culture where even subways are considered frivolous vanity projects.

It's frustrating, but you learn to accept it.
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Not much doing lately on the "new proposal" front.
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we've had a few in the 100-150 range but nothing else notable.
Our last major proposal was the 900 foot holts tower
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Old Posted May 16, 2012, 1:20 AM
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Right. I wonder if this indicates a long-term slowdown or if it's just a cursory blip. We've had these lulls before during this condo boom, and they have always been followed by spasms of proposals.
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