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Old Posted Mar 30, 2006, 11:44 PM
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Tony: Thought you might want this. It's the OMB decision allowing Ritz Carlton to build up to its planned height of 684 ft.

Height is on page 2:

http://www.omb.gov.on.ca/e%2Ddecisio...%5F%230547.pdf

Also the height you mentioned for 40 wellesley in the diagrams doesn't include the the swoop at the top of the building (I know I'm being picky. Sorry) . Total height is 533 ft.
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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!
Dont get me wrong, from what i can see hes doing a great job...there are just certian things i havnt learned about the diagrams yet..i get confused sometimes lol.
I probably did see, ive been a lurker for almost 4 years now lol.
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^ Make sure to thank goodlookin' too, he's done more than me over the past few months.


LOL, wow that appeal was super-lame. Mr. Hill sounds like a little douche from that OMB report.

So basically the Globe and Mail had originally reported the height incorrectly at 213m and the building is only suppose to be 208.4m as applied for in a minor variance by CF?

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Also the height you mentioned for 40 wellesley in the diagrams doesn't include the the swoop at the top of the building (I know I'm being picky. Sorry) . Total height is 533 ft.
Well the report states the height at 148m. The elevation drawing isn't clear enough to make out the height they have listed for the main portion of the building. All we can see is 4000 for the spire height. So at the most I think the building is 152m (499ft)
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Actually nm, the 40 Wellesley thing, you were right TOBoy. On page 2 of the report it says total height 162.4m (532.8ft).

Great! Another 500 footer.
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^Very true. I find that Goodlookin seems to be the one that keeps all the data straight in his head and also seems to have alot of knowledge I would never be able to find out. Usually if I want a measure of the reality of a project or how it will develop in the future, I read his posts to get an understanding.

Neeilo: You're making a great contribution to the diagrams. You're questions make sense to me so its great if you keep asking them here.
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While we're at it with back patting, I'd just like to say thanx to the both of you for all your work!

Hey Neilio, would you like to make a new diagram for Festival Tower? Cuz I'm pretty sure we all know it's not going to be a lemon-yellow in colour.
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While we're at it with back patting, I'd just like to say thanx to the both of you for all your work!

Hey Neilio, would you like to make a new diagram for Festival Tower? Cuz I'm pretty sure we all know it's not going to be a lemon-yellow in colour.
lol yes that would be...interesting if it actually turned out to be that nasty colour.
I can give it a go i guess, my question is...what colour should i make it? Ive only seen the one night time rendering of it in which gives you no indication (as far as i can tell) of what it would look like in day time.

Also, im really hoping that we can get a hold on a rendering of 40 Wellesley, the second i first saw that tower i wanted to make a diagram for it!
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lol yes that would be...interesting if it actually turned out to be that nasty colour.
I can give it a go i guess, my question is...what colour should i make it? Ive only seen the one night time rendering of it in which gives you no indication (as far as i can tell) of what it would look like in day time.

Also, im really hoping that we can get a hold on a rendering of 40 Wellesley, the second i first saw that tower i wanted to make a diagram for it!
For Festival, I think you can just assume they're going to use either blue or green glass. So just do it in your usual style.

As for 40 Wellesley, you can probably do the same, assuming it will be glass. The elevations should be sufficient to base a good accurate drawing.
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For Festival, I think you can just assume they're going to use either blue or green glass. So just do it in your usual style.

As for 40 Wellesley, you can probably do the same, assuming it will be glass. The elevations should be sufficient to base a good accurate drawing.
alright, sounds good to me, also imhaving trouble with MLS, because it is comprised of 2 buildings..but those two buildings are in a way only one building because they are connected to the same podium, if i do a seperate a rendering for each ill have to slice an imaginary (yet real) line down the middle of the podium. If anyone has other ideas, they would greatly appreciated
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Nice to see torontos building to NYC and Chicago. Its also nice to see that trump is finally going to build I was wondering about that building. Hope to see more buildings up on this fourm soon.
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alright, sounds good to me, also imhaving trouble with MLS, because it is comprised of 2 buildings..but those two buildings are in a way only one building because they are connected to the same podium, if i do a seperate a rendering for each ill have to slice an imaginary (yet real) line down the middle of the podium. If anyone has other ideas, they would greatly appreciated
Do them as one diagram if they're attatched by a podium. We can add some extra info in the database to give both heights.

Look at the Petronas tower, for example. They look much better together, no?
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I've updated the new office tower, adding that Cadillac Fairview is the developer. Hopefully this will clear a few things up; since it seems to be going by Caddilac Fairview Tower, Welling Square Tower, RBC Tower etc.

http://skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=41072
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Do them as one diagram if they're attatched by a podium. We can add some extra info in the database to give both heights.

Look at the Petronas tower, for example. They look much better together, no?
Alright ill do that then, and yes the patronas towers do look better together...especially since they are connected by that bridge in the middle..wouldnt make sense to cut the bridge in half.
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Alright, here are my latest towers: Festival Tower:


And 40 Wellesley:


The crown on 40 wellesley is hard to see because of the colour of the background of this forum..but it will show up allot better in the diagram.
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neilioo!!! you are doing solid work man, great to see. Where do you make these diagrams? what program?
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There have been a few significant changes since the last posting, here's the latest:


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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Legend

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
RBC Centre [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
Pinnacle Building D [Pinnacle Centre] - HEIGHT NEEDED - 59 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: Ma Design [Absolute Condominiums] - 500 ft. 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
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
Block 26E Tower I [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
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
*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) Verve - 422 ft. 39 floors
10) N1 [CityPlace] - 410 ft. 42 floors
11) 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


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) Pinnacle Building D [Pinnacle Centre] - HEIGHT NEEDED - 59 floors
10) 40 Wellesley - 533 ft. 44 floors
11) Bay-Adelaide Centre North Tower [Bay-Adelaide Centre] - 531 ft. 49 floors
12) Two City Hall [One City Hall Condominiums] - 522 ft. 50 floors
13) Festival Tower - 514 ft. 42 floors
14) *Parkside Village - Tower I [Parkside Village] - 505 ft. 50 floors
15) *Absolute Phase IV: Ma Design [Absolute Condominiums] - 500 ft. 50 floors
16) Block 26E Tower I [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) M5V Life - 407 ft. 34 floors
22) Block 29 Tower I [CityPlace] - 402 ft. 38 floors
23) *Parkside Village - Tower IV [Parkside Village] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
24) *Parkside Village - Tower V [Parkside Village] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors


Proposed Office Towers
1) RBC Centre [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 - 11
Residential &/or Hotel Towers In Sales - 7
Proposed Residential, Residential & Office, Residential & Hotel, or Hotel Towers - 24
Proposed Office Towers - 5

Grand Total: 85



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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
Pinnacle Building D [Pinnacle Centre] - HEIGHT NEEDED - 59 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
Harbour View Estates II [CityPlace] - 503 ft. 49 floors
*Absolute Phase IV: Ma Design [Absolute Condominiums] - 500 ft. 50 floors
West ONE [CityPlace] - 484 ft. 49 floors
Murano South Tower [The Murano] - HEIGHT NEEDED, Approx 481 ft. 43 floors
Spire - 476 ft. 45 floors
Montage [CityPlace] - 471 ft. 47 floors
Block 26E Tower I [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
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
*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
RBC Centre [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
Block 26E Tower I [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

Pinnacle Centre:
Pinnacle Building D [Pinnacle Centre] - HEIGHT NEEDED - 59 floors
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
RBC Centre [Simcoe Place] - 610 ft. 43 floors
Bank of America Tower [Simcoe Place] - 486 ft. 33 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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^Verve has not started (someone obviously confused grading for the Homewood extension with excavation) Isn't Pinnacle A now complete?


Great as always neillioo
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Urban database shows verve as under excavation (I count this as under construction), and One Pinnacle Centre A as under construction.

I'll ask around on UT and see what the concensus is.


goodlookin': do you know if MLSE Tower II is fully condo, or a condo/hotel split?
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"do you know if MLSE Tower II is fully condo, or a condo/hotel split?"

Don't know

Urban Database is fully of errors; more than any other database.

Pinnacle is basically completed with a number of suites occupied; can see furniture 'n stuff through the windows from the Gardiner You heard it here first
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Just had a thought Canuck

Ever consider giving estimated heights? (Can then include The Capitals and One Park in Missy)
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