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You promised MLS...neiloo


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that rendering , however is excellent.

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IM just wondering...but where is Montage (City Place) in the Toronto diagram..its not there.

And also, im done the hummingbird center tower, so i thought id post it here first before submitting it.

Damn! That looks great!
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that rendering , however is excellent.

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hey caltrane, sorry dude, i am working on MLS but i started it at the same time as hummingbird and when i started Hummingbird i just couldnt stop cause i wanted to see the final product so BADLY!!
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Hummingbird rendition looks great! Hopefully the real thing will look as light and sleek.
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West Don Lands

From The Toronto Star:http://www.thestar.com/NASApp/cs/Con...l=968793972154

Waterfront revival begins
Demolition begins on derelict area
5,800 new homes, school, parks to rise
Mar. 27, 2006. 08:44 AM
KERRY GILLESPIE
QUEEN'S PARK BUREAU


Today, an old cement block warehouse will come tumbling down on King St., east of Toronto's downtown.

The demolition of 15 other derelict buildings and dead factories between Parliament St. and the Don River will follow.

But this isn't the end of a neighbourhood, it's the beginning. From the rubble of this industrial wasteland the new West Don Lands community will rise.

There will be 5,800 new homes, an elementary school, a recreation centre and parks — all within a five-minute walk of a new public transit line.

"This is an area that has been abandoned and left behind for a long time. I think people are really going to enjoy having a community there and a beautiful park," said Cynthia Wilkey, who lives just north of the area and has long been involved in redevelopment plans.

Construction on the first homes and the centrepiece 17-acre Don River Park and flood protection berm are scheduled to begin next year and people should be living there by 2008.

"How can you not get excited about something like this? It's city building," said Ontario's Public Infrastructure and Renewal Minister David Caplan.

It's also the first really big and visible step on the much larger project of revitalizing Toronto's waterfront.

"After a long time of talking about it, we're really getting on to seeing shovels in the ground, new park space, new homes, new businesses. (West Don Lands) should make people ... a lot more hopeful that more of this is on the way," Caplan said.

It's been five years since the City, Queen's Park and Ottawa unveiled a grand vision to remake 46 kilometres of Toronto's lakefront into vibrant neighbourhoods full of homes, businesses, parks and public transit.

They committed $1.5 billion of taxpayer money, they created the Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Corporation — and they did a lot of talking. But until recently there's been little to see.

Today, all three levels of government are once again coming together. But this time, there will be construction equipment on hand to get started on the waterfront's first residential community.

Toronto Mayor David Miller, Caplan and John Baird, president of the federal Treasury Board and the federal minister responsible for waterfront revitalization, all plan to attend today's West Don Lands kick-off event.

While the cost of the waterfront project as a whole is shared equally by all three levels of government, the commitment on each project varies.

The province owns most of the land in the West Don Lands and it is paying $120 million of the $230 million cost to demolish buildings, clean contaminated soil, build parks and community buildings, create flood protection measures and develop the light rail transit line along Cherry St. (The city and Ottawa will split the rest.)

That makes it "our baby" says the province, which expects to garner international attention with this development.

"We used to have urban planners from all over the world come and look at the St. Lawrence neighbourhood and use Toronto as an example of doing things right, and they haven't done that now for decades and this is a chance once again to establish our leadership," Caplan said.

Establishing leadership means:

Building on former industrial land instead of ploughing under farmers' fields

Creating a community with housing densities that will support transit

Making a quarter of the homes affordable to lower-income earners

Including commercial space so people can live and work in the same community

Leaving more than one fifth of the whole development as parks and public space.

"It just makes sense," Caplan said, summing up the redevelopment.

Politicians haven't always thought so.

This isn't the first attempt to develop these lands into a residential community. In 1988, premier David Peterson and Toronto mayor Art Eggleton announced plans to build Ataratiri, a new community where 12,000 people would live.

Four years later, after spending more than $350 million on the project, the provincial NDP government killed it over the inability to get anything done and the skyrocketing cost of cleaning up polluted soil and building flood protection.

"In retrospect, it was an ill-conceived megaproject that simply exceeded the capacity of both levels of government involved and overwhelmed the regulatory framework," the province said when it killed it.

There are some who wonder if the same isn't true of Toronto's megaproject — waterfront revitalization.

The Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Corp., tasked with turning the grand waterfront vision into reality, has been beset by delays, spiralling costs, government infighting and disagreements about the right mix of residential and business development and public green space along the waterfront.

Lately, things seem to be moving.

"This is the first concrete step and the birth of the revitalization of the waterfront," said local councillor Pam McConnell.

"After 20 years of incredible disappointment around these lands ... we're going to build a neighbourhood that people can be so very proud of," McConnell said.

"The exciting part about this, besides building a new community, is taking a derelict downtown area that has been a wasteland and now being able to turn it into a location where people are going to want to come to live, to work, to play and to visit. It's going to be a people place," she said.

The West Don Lands project, 32 hectares (79 acres) straddling Front St. E. between Parliament St. and the Don River, will be built in phases and is expected to take at least 15 years to complete. The first part to be developed is known as the McCord site at King St. E. and Bayview Ave.

When complete, some 11,000 people are expected to be living in the West Don Lands and that will help bring in restaurants and shops that will also benefit other emerging neighbourhoods in the area like Corktown to the north and the Distillery District to the west, said Wilkey.

Wilkey, now chair of the West Don Lands Committee, a group of community organizations, initially got involved in redevelopment to stop plans to sell the land to build a harness racing facility.

What they have now, she said, "is a victory for community vision."
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Rbc Office Tower To Begin In July

RBC office tower at 610 ft. and 43 floors



Cadillac Fairview tower to end Toronto dry spell

First major office project in 14 years expected to spark downtown development

ELIZABETH CHURCH

REAL ESTATE REPORTER

Cadillac Fairview Corp. Ltd. will announce today that it is ready to start building a new tower in Toronto, ending a 14-year drought in major downtown office construction in Canada's largest city and kicking off an expected wave of activity in that market.

The new tower will be located west of the financial district at Simcoe and Wellington Streets and will be built as part of a new Ritz-Carlton hotel and condominium project that will rise beside it on the site.

Cadillac Fairview, along with a handful of rival developers, has had plans for a Toronto tower on the books for several months, but was unwilling to break ground without first leasing a sizable block of space. "No one is going to put up a building in Toronto without a major tenant," one real estate executive said recently. "Everyone is being extremely cautious in this market."

The Royal Trust unit of Royal Bank of Canada is widely expected to be the lead tenant of the project, sources in the industry said, with final approval of the deal reached last week.

Royal Trust currently has its name on one of the towers of the Toronto-Dominion Centre, another building owned by Cadillac Fairview, the commercial real estate arm of Ontario Teachers Pension Plan.

Today's announcement will likely be the first of two or three new Toronto office developments to be announced this year.

Telus Corp. also is in the final stages of negotiating a leasing deal with privately owned Menkes Developments that would see its name on a new tower to the west of the Air Canada Centre, real estate sources say. That tower would be next to the railway lines and would be linked to Union Station through an underground tunnel. The move would give the Vancouver-based company a new, higher profile in the Toronto market.

A spokeswoman for Telus said the company cannot comment on the matter while negotiations are still taking place.

Today's announcement by Cadillac Fairview marks a turning point for Toronto and the beginning of what one real estate executive called a "mini development wave" in a city that has seen little new downtown office space in recent years.

"In the Toronto core the race is now on," Blake Hutcheson, president of CB Richard Ellis in Canada said recently. Higher rents and lower vacancy rates are creating a market where office construction in downtown again makes sense, he told an industry forum earlier this month.

Demand for office space in Toronto's financial core spiked in the first quarter, numbers from Cushman & Wakefield LePage show, sending vacancy rates down to 6.7 per cent from 7.9 per cent the previous quarter, the biggest drop in five years.

"We haven't seen this kind of confidence in a number of years," said Paul Morse, the firm's senior vice-president in charge of leasing.

The newest building to go up in Toronto's financial core is the mid-sized Maritime Life Tower constructed by the former O&Y Properties Corp. in 2003. A few others also have been built on the edges of the downtown's central office area, but the bulk of downtown construction in recent years has been in the city's booming condominium market.

The last major office building to rise in the downtown was the Bay Wellington Tower of BCE Place, finished in March, 1992.

Plans for this latest building were outlined by Cadillac Fairview last fall in a bid to get the jump on rival projects. They call for a 48-storey, $400-million project with 1.2 million square feet of space, slightly smaller than the city's current bank towers. More details of the project are expected in an announcement from the company this morning.

For months, three or four possible new office projects have jockeyed for position -- and major tenants -- in a race to be the first project out of the gate.

Brookfield Properties also is on the hunt for tenants so that it can begin construction on a revised version of its long-dormant Bay-Adelaide Centre.

Cadillac Fairview secures RBC and RBC Dexia as lead tenants for landmark office property in downtown Toronto
RBC Centre becomes first major development in the core in over ten years


TORONTO, March 27 /CNW/ - The Cadillac Fairview Corporation Limited
announced today that it has signed the RBC Financial Group and RBC Dexia
Investor Services as lead tenants for a new office tower to be developed in
downtown Toronto.
RBC Centre will be a 43-storey, office building at an estimated
construction cost of $400 million. The new tower will be located on the
southwest corner of Wellington and Simcoe Streets, across from Roy Thomson
Hall. RBC and RBC Dexia together will lease 410,000 square feet for a 15-year
term.
The building will feature a nine-storey, 400,000-square foot podium with
48,000-square foot floor plates; a 34-storey office tower with 25,000-square
foot floor plates; 15,000 square feet of retail; and over 400 parking stalls.
It will also have an 18-inch raised floor throughout, floor-to-ceiling glass,
flexible HVAC control that allows for individual cooling at low cost; and
sensors that monitor light requirements.
"Cadillac Fairview is excited to be the developer of the most significant
new building in downtown Toronto in the last 15 years," said John Sullivan,
Senior Vice-President of Development for Cadillac Fairview. "We have been in a
tight competition to secure a lead tenant. Our ability to sign a major client
ahead of other substantial planned developments is a testament to the quality
of this new asset and the invaluable dedication of our team."
With its striking modern architecture, the 1.2 million-square foot RBC
Centre is destined to be a Toronto landmark. It was designed by Kohn Pedersen
Fox (KPF) Associates Architects and Planners, based in New York; Bregman +
Hamann Architects of Toronto; and Sweeny, Sterling, Finlayson & Co. Architects
Inc. of Toronto.
"This is a very exciting development for us," said José Placido, Chief
Executive Officer of RBC Dexia Investor Services, a top 10 global custodian.
"By bringing all our employees in Toronto together in one facility, we can
accommodate our current and future growth needs, improve our efficiencies and
better serve our clients."
RBC Centre will have one of the most prestigious addresses in Canada.
Connected to the 53-storey Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Residences Toronto (which
Cadillac Fairview jointly owns), it will be a gateway for major business in
the downtown core. Just steps away from multiple eateries and shops, the
building will also be fully accessible via Toronto's PATH system.
"RBC Centre provides us an opportunity to address our premises needs in a
cost efficient manner while providing a leading edge design and quality
environment for our employees" said Chitwant Kohli, Vice-President, Corporate
Real Estate, RBC Financial Group.
RBC Centre will be a leading example of the latest building technology
and environmental design in Canada by achieving a LEED Silver status. LEED
(Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating
System(R) is a voluntary standard for developing high-performance, sustainable
buildings. The tower's operational infrastructure will also incorporate deep
lake water cooling and steam heating in order to maximize efficiencies and
minimize operating costs. "This is a state-of-the-art facility, unlike any
other structure in downtown Toronto," noted Sullivan.
The strong Canadian economy has led to increased demand for office space,
particularly large blocks in downtown Class A buildings. Recent market surveys
show that the downtown Toronto office market has been improving steadily for
the last few years, with overall vacancy levels currently around 8 percent,
and trending lower. Furthermore, absorption of space in the financial core has
been increasing. These conditions have created a favourable climate for
Cadillac Fairview to proceed with a new office tower.
Construction on RBC Centre is scheduled to begin in July 2006 and slated
for completion in 2009.
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FOUR SEASONS Hotel APPROVED

Tower 1 Approved at 633 ft. (193 metres) and 46 floors
Tower 2 Approved at 361 ft. (110 metres) and 30 floors

http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/2006/a...0404/it001.pdf

40 Wellesley Street East

Proposed at 533 ft. (162.4 metres) and 44 floors

http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/2006/a...0404/it034.pdf

One City Hall Phase 2

Proposed at 522 ft. (159 metres) and 50 floors

http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/2006/a...0404/it035.pdf

371-379 King West

Proposed at 407 ft. (124 metres) and 34 floors

http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/2006/a...0404/it030.pdf

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Tower 1 Approved at 633 ft. (193 metres) and 46 floors
Tower 2 Approved at 361 ft. (110 metres) and 30 floors

http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/2006/a...0404/it001.pdf

40 Wellesley Street East

Proposed at 533 ft. (162.4 metres) and 44 floors

http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/2006/a...0404/it034.pdf

One City Hall Phase 2

Proposed at 522 ft. (159 metres) and 50 floors

http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/2006/a...0404/it035.pdf

371-379 King West

Proposed at 407 ft. (124 metres) and 34 floors

http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/2006/a...0404/it030.pdf

What the heck is this?!?!
40 Wellesley Street East

Proposed at 533 ft. (162.4 metres) and 44 floors

Its beautifull looking! Howcome ive bever heard of it before?
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With the flurry of updates, here's how this list now stands:




The list is for buildings greater than 400 feet, or 40 floors or more when the height is unknown.

If you see anything that needs correcting/updating, let me know and I'll change it up.


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Black Text Indicates The Tower Is Built
Red Text Indicates The Tower Is Under Construction
Blue Text Indicates The Residential &/Or Hotel Tower Is In Sales
Green Text Indicates the Residential, Residential & Office, Residential & Hotel, or Hotel Tower is Proposed
Purple Text Indicates A Proposed Office Tower
* This Symbol Indicates The Building Is Located In Mississauga


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Toronto's 400ft and up list


Trump International - 1,064 ft. spire (988 ft. roof) 70 floors

---------1,000 ft---------

First Canadian Place - 978 ft. 72 floors
Scotia Plaza - 902 ft. 68 floors

----------900 ft----------

Canada Trust Tower [BCE Place] - 856 ft. 53 floors

----------800 ft----------

Bay-Adelaide Centre West Tower [Bay-Adelaide Centre] - 797 ft. 62 floors
Commerce Court West [Commerce Court] - 784 ft. 57 floors
Toronto Dominion Bank Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 731 ft. 56 floors
1 Bloor East - 718 ft. 60 floors
Signature Tower [CityPlace] - 714 ft. 69 floors

----------700 ft----------

Shangri-La - 695 ft. 67 floors
Ritz Carlton Hotel [Simcoe Place] - 684 ft. 52 floors
Bay Wellington Tower [BCE Place] - 679 ft. 49 floors
Sapphire Tower - 664 ft. 73 floors
Bay-Adelaide Centre East Tower [Bay-Adelaide Centre] - HEIGHT NEEDED 53 floors
Four Seasons Hotel [Four Seasons] - 633 ft. 46 floors
City Centre Tower [Hummingbird Centre] - 619 ft. 50 floors
Wellington Square [Simcoe Place] - 610 ft. 43 floors
Royal Trust Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 600 ft. 46 floors

----------600 ft----------

Richmond-Adelaide Centre [Richmond-Adelaide Centre] - 595 ft. 41 floors
Royal Bank Plaza South [Royal Bank Plaza] - 591 ft. 40 floors
1 King West - 578 ft. 51 floors
MLSE Tower I [MLSE Complex] - 558 ft. 53 floors
151 Front Street West - 549 ft. 36 floors
44 Charles Street West [Manulife Centre] - 545 ft. 51 floors
40 Wellesley - 533 ft. 44 floors
Bay-Adelaide Centre North Tower [Bay-Adelaide Centre] - 531 ft. 49 floors
MLSE Tower II [MLSE Complex] - 529 ft. 49 floors
Quantum II [Minto Midtown] - 525 ft. 52 floors
Two City Hall [One City Hall Condominiums] - 522 ft. 50 floors
The Uptown Residences - 518 ft. 48 floors
Festival Tower - 514 ft. 42 floors
College Park Tower I [RoCP] - 505 ft. 52 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower I [Parkside Village] - 505 ft. 50 floors
79 Wellington Street West [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 504 ft. 39 floors
Harbour View Estates II [CityPlace] - 503 ft. 49 floors
Exchange Tower - 502 ft. 36 floors
*Absolute Phase IV [Absolute Condominiums] - HEIGHT NEEDED 50 floors

----------500 ft----------

The 250 [Eaton Centre] - 494 ft. 35 floors
Two Bloor West - 488 ft. 34 floors
Bank of America Tower [Simcoe Place] - 486 ft. 33 floors
West ONE [CityPlace] - 484 ft. 49 floors
Murano South Tower [The Murano] - HEIGHT NEEDED, Approx 481 ft. 43 floors
Parkway Forest I [Parkway Forest] - 479 ft. 48 floors
Commerce Court North [Commerce Court] - 476 ft. 34 floors
Spire - 476 ft. 45 floors
Simpson Tower - 472 ft. 33 floors
Montage [CityPlace] - 471 ft. 47 floors
Cadillac Fairview Tower [Eaton Centre] - 466 ft. 36 floors
Luna Twin [CityPlace] - 466 ft. 44 floors
Pantages Tower [Pantages Place] - 458 ft. 46 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower II [Parkside Village] - 456 ft. 45 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower III [Parkside Village] - 456 ft. 45 floors
Palace Place [The Palace Pier] - 453 ft. 46 floors
Palace Pier [The Palace Pier] - 453 ft. 46 floors
College Park Tower II [RoCP] - HEIGHT NEEDED - 45 floors
Casa - 453 ft. 43 floors
Continental Bank of Canada Building [Richmond-Adelaide Centre] - 449 ft. 33 floors
18 York Street - 449 ft. 37 floors
Pinnacle Building C [Pinnacle Centre] - 449 ft. 46 floors
X Condominiums - 448 ft. 41 floors
Sheraton Centre Hotel [Sheraton Centre] - 443 ft. 43 floors
Two Bloor East [Hudson's Bay Centre] - 439 ft. 34 floors
Ernst & Young Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 437 ft. 31 floors
The MET Phase I [The Met Condos] - 431 ft. 43 floors
Empire Tower [NY Towers] - 427 ft. 28 floors
Block 26W Tower I [CityPlace] 425 ft. 40 floors
One Financial Place - 424 ft. 31 floors
Leaside Towers II [Leaside Towers] - 423 ft. 44 floors
Leaside Towers I [Leaside Towers] - 423 ft. 44 floors
Verve - 422 ft. 39 floors
25 York Street - HEIGHT NEEDED 32 floors
Canadian Pacific Tower [Toronto Dominion Centre] - 420 ft. 32 floors
Metro Hall West [Metro Hall] - 420 ft. 27 floors
Parkway Forest II [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
Parkway Forest IV [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
Parkway Forest V [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
Marriott Hotel/Plaza 2 Apartments [Hudson's Bay Centre] - 415 ft. 41 floors
Sun Life Centre East Tower [Sun Life Centre] - 410 ft. 28 floors
N1 [CityPlace] - 410 ft. 42 floors
Pinnacle Building A [Pinnacle Centre] - HEIGHT NEEDED - 41 floors
Yonge Eglinton Centre I [Yonge Eglinton Centre] - 408 ft. 30 floors
Royal York Hotel - 407 ft. 28 floors
M5V Life - 407 ft. 34 floors
Block 29 Tower I [CityPlace] - 402 ft. 38 floors
Harbour View Estates I [CityPlace] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
Number One York Quay South Tower [Harbour Square] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
*Solstice I [Solstice] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
*Solstice II [Solstice] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower IV [Parkside Village] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower V [Parkside Village] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors


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Status of Projects

Built
1) First Canadian Place - 978 ft. 72 floors
2) Scotia Plaza - 902 ft. 68 floors
3) Canada Trust Tower [BCE Place] - 856 ft. 53 floors
4) Commerce Court West [Commerce Court] - 784 ft. 57 floors
5) Toronto Dominion Bank Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 731 ft. 56 floors
6) Bay Wellington Tower [BCE Place] - 679 ft. 49 floors
7) Royal Trust Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 600 ft. 46 floors
8) Royal Bank Plaza South [Royal Bank Plaza] - 591 ft. 40 floors
9) 1 King West - 578 ft. 51 floors
10) 44 Charles Street West [Manulife Centre] - 545 ft. 51 floors
11) 79 Wellington Street West [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 504 ft. 39 floors
12) Harbour View Estates II [CityPlace] - 503 ft. - 49 floors
13) Exchange Tower - 502 ft. 36 floors
14) The 250 [Eaton Centre] - 494 ft. 35 floors
15) Two Bloor West - 488 ft. 34 floors
16) Bank of America Tower [Simcoe Place] - 486 ft. 33 floors
17) Commerce Court North [Commerce Court] - 476 ft. 34 floors
18) Simpson Tower - 472 ft. 33 floors
19) Cadillac Fairview Tower [Eaton Centre] - 466 ft. 36 floors
20) Pantages Tower [Pantages Place] - 458 ft. 46 floors
21) Palace Place [The Palace Pier] - 453 ft. 46 floors
22) Palace Pier [The Palace Pier] - 453 ft. 46 floors
23) Continental Bank of Canada Building [Richmond-Adelaide Centre] - 449 ft. 33 floors
24) Sheraton Centre Hotel [Sheraton Centre] - 443 ft. 43 floors
25) Two Bloor East [Hudson's Bay Centre] - 439 ft. 34 floors
26) Ernst & Young Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 437 ft. 31 floors
27) Empire Tower [NY Towers] - 427 ft. 28 floors
28) One Financial Place - 424 ft. 31 floors
29) Leaside Towers II [Leaside Towers] - 423 ft. 44 floors
30) Leaside Towers I [Leaside Towers] - 423 ft. 44 floors
31) Canadian Pacific Tower [Toronto Dominion Centre] - 420 ft. 32 floors
32) Metro Hall West [Metro Hall] - 420 ft. 27 floors
33) Marriott Hotel/Plaza 2 Apartments [Hudson's Bay Centre] - 415 ft. 41 floors
34) Sun Life Centre East Tower [Sun Life Centre] - 410 ft. 28 floors
35) Yonge Eglinton Centre I [Yonge Eglinton Centre] - 408 ft. 30 floors
36) Royal York Hotel - 407 ft. 28 floors
37) Number One York Quay South Tower [Harbour Square] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
38) Harbour View Estates I [CityPlace] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors

Buildings Under Construction
1) Quantum II [Minto Midtown] - 525 ft. 52 floors
2) College Park Tower I [RoCP] - 505 ft. 52 floors
3) West ONE [CityPlace] - 484 ft. 49 floors
4) Murano South Tower [The Murano] - HEIGHT NEEDED, Approx 481 ft. 43 floors
5) Spire - 476 ft. 45 floors
6) Montage [CityPlace] - 471 ft. 47 floors
7) College Park Tower II [RoCP] - HEIGHT NEEDED - 45 floors
8) The MET Phase I [The Met Condos] - 431 ft. 43 floors
9) N1 [CityPlace] - 410 ft. 42 floors
10) Pinnacle Building A [Pinnacle Centre] - HEIGHT NEEDED - 41 floors


Residential &/or Hotel Towers In Sales
1) Trump International - 1,064 ft. spire (988 ft. roof) 70 floors
2) Ritz Carlton Hotel [Simcoe Place] - 684 ft. 52 floors
3) MLSE Tower I [MLSE Complex] - 558 ft. 53 floors
4) MLSE Tower II [MLSE Complex] - 529 ft. 49 floors
5) The Uptown Residences - 518 ft. 48 floors
6) Casa - 453 ft. 43 floors
7) X Condominiums - 448 ft. 41 floors
8) Verve - 422 ft. 39 floors
9) *Solstice I [Solstice] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors


Proposed Residential, Residential & Office, Residential & Hotel, or Hotel Towers
1) Bay-Adelaide Centre West Tower [Bay-Adelaide Centre] - 797 ft. 62 floors
2) 1 Bloor East - 718 ft. 60 floors
3) Signature Tower [CityPlace] - 714 ft. 69 floors
4) Shangri-La - 695 ft. 67 floors
5) Sapphire Tower - 664 ft. 73 floors
6) Bay-Adelaide Centre East Tower [Bay-Adelaide Centre] - HEIGHT NEEDED 53 floors
7) Four Seasons Hotel [Four Seasons] - 633 ft. 46 floors
8) City Centre Tower [Hummingbird Centre] - 619 ft. 50 floors
9) 40 Wellesley - 533 ft. 44 floors
10) Bay-Adelaide Centre North Tower [Bay-Adelaide Centre] - 531 ft. 49 floors
11) Two City Hall [One City Hall Condominiums] - 522 ft. 50 floors
12) Festival Tower - 514 ft. 42 floors
13) *Parkside Village - Tower I [Parkside Village] - 505 ft. 50 floors
14) *Absolute Phase IV [Absolute Condominiums] - HEIGHT NEEDED 50 floors
15) Parkway Forest I [Parkway Forest] - 479 ft. 48 floors
16) Luna Twin [CityPlace] - 466 ft. 44 floors
17) *Parkside Village - Tower II [Parkside Village] - 456 ft. 45 floors
18) *Parkside Village - Tower III [Parkside Village] - 456 ft. 45 floors
19) Pinnacle Building C [Pinnacle Centre] - 449 ft. 46 floors
20) Block 26W Tower I [CityPlace] 425 ft. 40 floors
21) Parkway Forest II [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
22) Parkway Forest IV [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
23) Parkway Forest V [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
24) M5V Life - 407 ft. 34 floors
25) Block 29 Tower I [CityPlace] - 402 ft. 38 floors
26) *Solstice II [Solstice] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
27) *Parkside Village - Tower IV [Parkside Village] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
28) *Parkside Village - Tower V [Parkside Village] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors


Proposed Office Towers
1) Wellington Square [Simcoe Place] - 610 ft. 43 floors
2) Richmond-Adelaide Centre [Richmond-Adelaide Centre] - 595 ft. 41 floors
3) 151 Front Street West - 549 ft. 36 floors
4) 18 York Street - 449 ft. 37 floors
5) 25 York Street - HEIGHT NEEDED 32 floors


Sub-Totals
Built - 38
Buildings Under Construction - 10
Residential &/or Hotel Towers In Sales - 9
Proposed Residential, Residential & Office, Residential & Hotel, or Hotel Towers - 28
Proposed Office Towers - 5

Grand Total: 90



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Usage of Buildings

Residential:
1 Bloor East - 718 ft. 60 floors
Signature Tower [CityPlace] - 714 ft. 69 floors
City Centre Tower [Hummingbird Centre] - 619 ft. 50 floors
44 Charles Street West [Manulife Centre] - 545 ft. 51 floors
Quantum II [Minto Midtown] - 525 ft. 52 floors
The Uptown Residences - 518 ft. 48 floors
Festival Tower - 514 ft. 42 floors
College Park Tower I [RoCP] - 505 ft. 52 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower I [Parkside Village] - 505 ft. 50 floors
*Absolute Phase IV [Absolute Condominiums] - HEIGHT NEEDED 50 floors
Harbour View Estates II [CityPlace] - 503 ft. 49 floors
West ONE [CityPlace] - 484 ft. 49 floors
Murano South Tower [The Murano] - HEIGHT NEEDED, Approx 481 ft. 43 floors
Parkway Forest I [Parkway Forest] - 479 ft. 48 floors
Spire - 476 ft. 45 floors
Montage [CityPlace] - 471 ft. 47 floors
Luna Twin [CityPlace] - 466 ft. 44 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower II [Parkside Village] - 456 ft. 45 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower III [Parkside Village] - 456 ft. 45 floors
Palace Place [The Palace Pier] - 453 ft. 46 floors
Palace Pier [The Palace Pier] - 453 ft. 46 floors
College Park Tower II [RoCP] - HEIGHT NEEDED - 45 floors
Casa - 453 ft. 43 floors
Pinnacle Building C [Pinnacle Centre] - 449 ft. 46 floors
X Condominiums - 448 ft. 41 floors
The MET Phase I [The Met Condos] - 431 ft. 43 floors
Empire Tower [NY Towers] - 427 ft. 28 floors
Block 26W Tower I [CityPlace] 425 ft. 40 floors
Leaside Towers II [Leaside Towers] - 423 ft. 44 floors
Leaside Towers I [Leaside Towers] - 423 ft. 44 floors
Verve - 422 ft. 39 floors
Parkway Forest II [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
Parkway Forest IV [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
Parkway Forest V [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
N1 [CityPlace] - 410 ft. 42 floors
M5V Life - 407 ft. 34 floors
Pinnacle Building A [Pinnacle Centre] - HEIGHT NEEDED - 41 floors
Block 29 Tower I [CityPlace] - 402 ft. 38 floors
Harbour View Estates I [CityPlace] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
Number One York Quay South Tower [Harbour Square] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
*Solstice I [Solstice] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
*Solstice II [Solstice] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower IV [Parkside Village] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower V [Parkside Village] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors



Office:
First Canadian Place - 978 ft. 72 floors
Scotia Plaza - 902 ft. 68 floors
Canada Trust Tower [BCE Place] - 856 ft. 53 floors
Commerce Court West [Commerce Court] - 784 ft. 57 floors
Toronto Dominion Bank Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 731 ft. 56 floors
Bay Wellington Tower [BCE Place] - 679 ft. 49 floors
Wellington Square [Simcoe Place] - 610 ft. 43 floors
Royal Trust Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 600 ft. 46 floors
Richmond-Adelaide Centre [Richmond-Adelaide Centre] - 595 ft. 41 floors
Royal Bank Plaza South [Royal Bank Plaza] - 591 ft. 40 floors
151 Front Street West - 549 ft. 36 floors
79 Wellington Street West [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 504 ft. 39 floors
Exchange Tower - 502 ft. 36 floors
The 250 [Eaton Centre] - 494 ft. 35 floors
Two Bloor West - 488 ft. 34 floors
Bank of America Tower [Simcoe Place] - 486 ft. 33 floors
Commerce Court North [Commerce Court] - 476 ft. 34 floors
Simpson Tower - 472 ft. 33 floors
Cadillac Fairview Tower [Eaton Centre] - 466 ft. 36 floors
Continental Bank of Canada Building [Richmond-Adelaide Centre] - 449 ft. 33 floors
18 York Street - 449 ft. 37 floors
Two Bloor East [Hudson's Bay Centre] - 439 ft. 34 floors
Ernst & Young Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 437 ft. 31 floors
One Financial Place - 424 ft. 31 floors
25 York Street - HEIGHT NEEDED 32 floors
Canadian Pacific Tower [Toronto Dominion Centre] - 420 ft. 32 floors
Sun Life Centre East Tower [Sun Life Centre] - 410 ft. 28 floors
Yonge Eglinton Centre I [Yonge Eglinton Centre] - 408 ft. 30 floors



Hotel:
Sheraton Centre Hotel [Sheraton Centre] - 443 ft. 43 floors
Royal York Hotel - 407 ft. 28 floors


Government/Institutional:
Metro Hall West [Metro Hall] - 420 ft. 27 floors



Mixed - Residential & Hotel:
Trump International - 1,064 ft. spire (988 ft. roof) 70 floors
Shangri-La - 695 ft. 67 floors
Ritz Carlton Hotel [Simcoe Place] - 684 ft. 52 floors
Sapphire Tower - 664 ft. 73 floors
Four Seasons Hotel [Four Seasons] - 633 ft. 46 floors
1 King West - 578 ft. 51 floors
MLSE Tower I [MLSE Complex] - 558 ft. 53 floors
40 Wellesley - 533 ft. 44 floors
Bay-Adelaide Centre Tower North [Bay-Adelaide Centre] - 531 ft. 49 floors
Two City Hall [One City Hall Condominiums] - 522 ft. 50 floors



Mixed - Residential & Office:
Bay-Adelaide Centre West Tower [Bay-Adelaide Centre] - 797 ft. 62 floors
Bay-Adelaide Centre East Tower [Bay-Adelaide Centre] - HEIGHT NEEDED 53 floors



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Projects with more than one entry on this list

Bay-Adelaide Centre:
Bay-Adelaide Centre West Tower [Bay-Adelaide Centre] - 797 ft. 62 floors
Bay-Adelaide Centre North Tower [Bay-Adelaide Centre] - HEIGHT NEEDED 53 floors
Bay-Adelaide Centre East Tower [Bay-Adelaide Centre] - 531 ft. 49 floors

BCE Place:
Canada Trust Tower [BCE Place] - 856 ft. 53 floors
Bay Wellington Tower [BCE Place] - 679 ft. 49 floors

CityPlace:
Signature Tower [CityPlace] - 714 ft. 69 floors
Harbour View Estates II [CityPlace] - 503 ft. 49 floors
West ONE [CityPlace] - 484 ft. 49 floors
Montage [CityPlace] - 471 ft. 47 floors
Luna Twin [CityPlace] - 466 ft. 44 floors
Block 26W Tower I [CityPlace] 425 ft. 40 floors
N1 [CityPlace] - 410 ft. 42 floors
Block 29 Tower I [CityPlace] - 402 ft. 38 floors
Harbour View Estates I [CityPlace] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors

Commerce Court:
Commerce Court West [Commerce Court] - 784 ft. 57 floors
Commerce Court North [Commerce Court] - 476 ft. 34 floors

Eaton Centre:
Cadillac Fairview Tower [Eaton Centre] - 466 ft. 36 floors
The 250 [Eaton Centre] - 494 ft. 35 floors

Hudson's Bay Centre:
Marriott Hotel/Plaza 2 Apartments [Hudson's Bay Centre] - 415 ft. 41 floors
Two Bloor East [Hudson's Bay Centre] - 439 ft. 34 floors

Leaside Towers:
Leaside Towers II [Leaside Towers] - 423 ft. 44 floors
Leaside Towers I [Leaside Towers] - 423 ft. 44 floors

MLSE Complex:
MLSE Tower I [MLSE Complex] - 558 ft. 53 floors
MLSE Tower II [MLSE Complex] - 529 ft. 49 floors

Parkside Village:
*Parkside Village - Tower I [Parkside Village] - 505 ft. 50 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower II [Parkside Village] - 456 ft. 45 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower III [Parkside Village] - 456 ft. 45 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower IV [Parkside Village] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower V [Parkside Village] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors

Parkway Forest:
Parkway Forest I [Parkway Forest] - 479 ft. 48 floors
Parkway Forest II [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
Parkway Forest IV [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
Parkway Forest V [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors

Pinnacle Centre:
Pinnacle Building C [Pinnacle Centre] - 449 ft. 46 floors
Pinnacle Building A [Pinnacle Centre] - HEIGHT NEEDED - 41 floors

Richmond-Adelaide Centre:
Richmond-Adelaide Centre [Richmond-Adelaide Centre] - 595 ft. 41 floors
Continental Bank of Canada Building [Richmond-Adelaide Centre] - 449 ft. 33 floors

RoCP:
College Park Tower I [RoCP] - 505 ft. 52 floors
College Park Tower II [RoCP] - HEIGHT NEEDED - 45 floors

Simcoe Place:
Ritz Carlton Hotel [Simcoe Place] - 684 ft. 52 floors
Wellington Square [Simcoe Place] - 610 ft. 43 floors
Bank of America Tower [Simcoe Place] - 486 ft. 33 floors

Solstice:
*Solstice I [Solstice] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
*Solstice II [Solstice] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors

The Palace Pier:
Palace Place [The Palace Pier] - 453 ft. 46 floors
Palace Pier [The Palace Pier] - 453 ft. 46 floors

Toronto Dominion Centre:
Toronto Dominion Bank Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 731 ft. 56 floors
Royal Trust Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 600 ft. 46 floors
79 Wellington Street West [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 504 ft. 39 floors
Ernst & Young Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 437 ft. 31 floors
Canadian Pacific Tower [Toronto Dominion Centre] - 420 ft. 32 floors
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holy crap! If all those get built Toronto will have 35 500ft+ buildings!
not that all of them will be built..im just saying
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Also Tony:
Can we add these towers to the diagram?
- RBC office tower at 610 ft. and 43 floors
- 40 Wellesley - 533 ft. 44 floors
- One City Hall Phase 2 522 ft. (159 metres) and 50 floors

Ill try doing a diagram rendering for RBC first, and maybe the other 2 later on.
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Also Tony:
Can we add these towers to the diagram?
- RBC office tower at 610 ft. and 43 floors
- 40 Wellesley - 533 ft. 44 floors
- One City Hall Phase 2 522 ft. (159 metres) and 50 floors

Ill try doing a diagram rendering for RBC first, and maybe the other 2 later on.
Is the "RBC office tower" not: http://www.skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=41072 ?

What's 40 Wellesley?

City Hall Phase 2 is already there: http://www.skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=18617

What's the source for your height on that one?

Also, it's completely up to you, but I'll probably be drawing the "RBC Tower" sometime myself so you may want to cover another proposed building.
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Tony: Check my post above (#230) for the information. The 610 ft. quoted for the RBC Centre (i.e Wellington Square) came straight from Cadillac Fairview. They originally were going for 48 floors but modifed the layout of the tower into 43 floors.
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Is the "RBC office tower" not: http://www.skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=41072 ?

What's 40 Wellesley?

City Hall Phase 2 is already there: http://www.skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=18617

What's the source for your height on that one?

Also, it's completely up to you, but I'll probably be drawing the "RBC Tower" sometime myself so you may want to cover another proposed building.
First..Sure there are links to these Towers..which apparently means they are in the diagram...but why do they not show up in the main diagram?
And This is 40 Wellesley:
http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/2006/a...0404/it034.pdf

Here is the height source for City Hall phase 2:
http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/2006/a...0404/it035.pdf
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40 Wellesley: http://www.skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=47064

and height has been added to City Hall Phase 2

Neilio: Many of the buildings in the database do not have a confirmed or estimated height; therefore, they do not show up where they're suppose to in the diagram but are instead near the end. The diagram you see is organized by confirmed/estimated heights, and then all the ones that don't have this number entered in.
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Neillo: We have Tony to thank for maintaining the database. You should have seen it before he came on baord. It was a mess!
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