Originally Posted by WhipperSnapper
That's more of a worst case scenario. We'll see some new proposals this spring/summer, some others hit the market, some applications for height increase, and I wouldn't write off the office market completely either.
I guess I'm just more pessimistic than most. I have a feeling that the coming "correction" in the real estate market will torpedo a lot of the kinds of projects that looked vulnerable in the spring of 2009. Here's a more optimistic list:
1. Aura - 252m (+ possible height addition)
2. Signature Tower - ???m
3. Number One Bloor - 219m
4. Ice II - 217m
5. L Tower - 205m
6. Bay-Adelaide Centre East - 196m
7. Ice I - 186m
8. U Condos I - 184m
9. 880 Bay Street - 175m
10. Fairmont proposal - 175m
Herald Square (223m) and Vancouver's Turn (188m) will have no problem making the list. Hell, even Montreal could make a rare cameo with Tour Centre-Ville (217m).