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Old Posted May 24, 2010, 6:28 PM
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TORONTO | Hullmark Centre - Kirkor | 170 M / 551 FT | 44 FLOORS

http://www.tridel.com/hullmarkcentre/

-2 condo towers atop large podium containing retail and fitness + other facilities

-at SE corner of Yonge + Sheppard

-replacing suburban-style shopping plaza

-direct underground access to Yonge/Sheppard subway station













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Old Posted May 24, 2010, 6:34 PM
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Is it just me or is Whole Foods seems a bit high end for the Demographics of the area?
I think Yonge and Eglington or Yonge/St Clair would be more appropriate expansion locations. I mean, sure there's York Mills but it's mostly south of the 401 right? Srry I haven't been back to T.O for 5 years.
     
     
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Is it just me or is Whole Foods seems a bit high end for the Demographics of the area?
I think Yonge and Eglington or Yonge/St Clair would be more appropriate expansion locations. I mean, sure there's York Mills but it's mostly south of the 401 right? Srry I haven't been back to T.O for 5 years.
People though will drive several miles for Whole Foods. There's another one going up at Square One in Mississauga, which is also a "middle income" area, but which will likely draw many of it's patrons from the Mississauga Rd. area, 5+ miles away.

York Mills is only 1km or so South of here.
     
     
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Is it just me or is that Whole Foods huge???
     
     
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Is it just me or is that Whole Foods huge???
It's a lot bigger than the supermarket that sat there when the aerial picture was taken (light green roof), but remember Whole Foods stores are often over 60,000 square feet.
     
     
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Wow another addition for NYCC. I prefer 5/8ths Foods, myself.
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Toronto is clobbering every North American city in highrise construction right now.
     
     
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Toronto is clobbering every North American city in highrise construction right now.
Toronto needs to if it has designs on passing Chicago/closing the gap with New York. The city will need another 30 years of monster growth.

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Nothing doing with regards to demolition on this one yet, but it shouldn't be long now.
     
     
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Toronto needs to if it has designs on passing Chicago/closing the gap with New York. The city will need another 30 years of monster growth.

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ahhh yeah....its good to have goals...
     
     
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It's going to be even more interesting seeing what get's approved for the south western corner of the intersection!
I can guarantee you it'll be around 700 feet tall.
     
     
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Red face TORONTO| Hullmark Centre - Kirkor | 44 FLRS |170 M |551 FT



A rendering for the office tower proposed for NYCC is released on the Kirkor architects website and is named "Hullmark centre".

Two Towers - 44 Storeys and 35 Storeys.

www.kirkorarchitects.com/







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http://urbantoronto.ca/showthread.ph...rkor%29/page16

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Excavation has begun on this project now. It is a large site will not be technically under construction for some time, might be 7 to 8 months before they hit bottom and pour the pads for the cranes.

Still this will change the face of North York.
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The LED lights will be a cool touch.
     
     
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For some reason, AUTOSTITCH didn't work for these files.



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MikeToronto must be bemoaning the construction of yet more office space in the 'burbs. Wait a minute, NYCC is not considered suburban to Mike...
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