Pellow + Associates Architects

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 Excavation Progressing Behind 65 King East Heritage Facades
 King East Centre Fails to Impress at Design Review Panel
 Heritage Facade Preservation Progress at 65 King Street East
 Skål! The Great Danish Invasion of Toronto's Architecture
 Photo of the Day: Skating at the Square
 First Glimpse at Soap Factory Building Remake in East Harbour
 Carttera Breaks Ground for Terraced 65 King East Office Tower
 Demolition Marks Start of Work for 65 King East Office Tower
 New Office Tower Proposed for First Gulf's King East Centre
 East Harbour Advances with Council-Approved Master Plan
 Toronto Site Reimagined in 2018 ULI Hines Student Competition
 Growth to Watch For 2018: Downtown Toronto Core
 Growth To Watch For 2018: Jarvis and Church Corridors
 Growth to Watch For 2018: Beaches, Leslieville & The Danforth
 Growth to Watch For 2018: North York Centre & Willowdale
 Revamped East Harbour Plan Makes First Appearance at DRP
 How the Shifting Retail Industry is Impacting Urban Spaces
 GM Mobility Campus Lacking Vision at Design Review Panel
 Amazon Bid: Mapping Toronto Locations for Tech Giant's "HQ2"
 Photo of the Day: Downtown Layers
 Recladding Project Changes the Face of 401 Bay Street
 New Design Submitted for 53-63 Sheppard West Development
 Revised Plan Tabled for 18-Storey Office Building at 65 King East
 Throwback Thursday: King East Centre
 Growth To Watch For 2017: Jarvis and Church Corridors
 Growth To Watch for 2017: Bloor-Yorkville and Rosedale
 architectsAlliance's Sixty Colborne Rising at King and Church
 Growth to Watch for 2017: Beaches, Leslieville, & The Danforth
 Rezoning Application Outlines Vision for East Harbour Site
 East Harbour: A Transit Hub in the Making for Toronto
 Toronto to Share Costs for SmartTrack, Other Transit Projects
 Preliminary Plans Reveal Scope of Unilever Redevelopment
 CityAge: Is it Time to Change Toronto's Development Process?
 The Oculus: Future Uncertain for South Humber Park's Hidden Modernist Gem
 Four New SmartTrack Stations Announced for Toronto's East End
 Construction Peeks Above Grade at Sixty Colborne Condos
 Toronto's Unilever Site Gets Boost From Revamped Relief Line Corridor
 Unilever Site Gets Boost From Revamped Relief Line Corridor
 33-storey Mixed-Use Rental Tower Proposed at King and Victoria
 Plans For 19-Storey Office Tower at 65 King East Revealed
 Growth to Watch For in 2016: Downtown Toronto
 Growth to Watch For in 2016: Bloor-Yorkville
 Toronto East of the Don: Growth to Watch for in 2016
 401 Bay—aka the Simpsons Tower—to Receive a New Skin
 19 Storey Office Proposal Tabled for 65 - 75 King Street East
 Coming Up In 2016: Toronto's Most Intriguing Proposed Complexes
 Throwback Thursday: Abbey Lane Lofts on King Street East
 Topping Off March 2015: What's Hot on UrbanToronto
 Toronto East of the Don River: Growth to Watch for in 2015
 The Top 10 Tallest Towers Coming to Toronto's Skyline
 First Gulf Engages the Community on Transformative 'Project 21'
 Bloor-Yorkville and Surroundings: Growth to Watch For in 2015
 Council Greenlights Many New Developments Across Toronto
 Throwback Thursday: 280 King Street East
 Globe and Mail Centre Excavation Progresses Along King East
 UPDATED: Bloor-Yorkville: Growth to Watch For in 2014
 Downtown East: Growth to Watch for in 2014
 Bloor-Yonge Bay Store to become Saks' Canadian Flagship
 Globe and Mail Moving Its Headquarters to King Street East
 Renderings Surface of Sky-High 2 Bloor West Redevelopment Concept
 Then and Now: 95 King Street East
 Post House Condos Progressing East of Downtown
 Topping Off February 2013: What's Hot on UrbanToronto
 First Gulf Bringing more Office Space to King East
 Concourse Building Cleared for Redevelopment of 100 Adelaide West
 Updated 50 Bloor West Proposal To Include Public Rooftop Sky Park
 Photo of the Day: Winter City
 Cranes fill the Sky in the West Don Lands' Pan Am Village
 Wrapping Up 2012: What We Cared About On UrbanToronto
 Stunning Rendering of Toronto's Future Skyline
 One Bloor East Preparing for Massive Concrete Pour
 Photo of the Day: Yorkville Rises
 Work Continues at One Bloor East
 21 Don Roadway: First Gulf Launches Another Huge Project for Toronto
 CBRE Reports Drop in Downtown Office Vacancy Rates for Q3 2012
 Topping Off October 2012: What's Hot on UrbanToronto
 Proposed Redevelopment of 140 Yorkville Avenue
 Topping Off September 2012: What's Hot On UrbanToronto
 Photo of the Day: Tall Crane Rising From One Bloor East
 The First Crane Is Up At Great Gulf's One Bloor East
 Topping Off July 2012: What's Hot on UrbanToronto
 Scenes from a Hard Hat Tour (or Two)
 Photo of the Day: Midtown's Skyline
 Topping Off June 2012: What's Hot on UrbanToronto
 Toronto's "Other" Development: Proposed Commercial Projects
 Toronto's "Other" Development: Commercial Projects Under Construction
 Details Emerge for 83-Storey 50 Bloor Street West Proposal
 Topping Off May 2012: What's Hot on UrbanToronto
 New Elevations and Information on 71 - 95 King Street East
 The Modern Condos: Finished Product in Pictures
 47-Storey Tower Being Proposed for 71-95 King Street East
 New Application Submitted for 333 King Street East
 Topping Off April 2012: What's Hot on UrbanToronto
 Aura Continues its Climb Skywards
 Photo of the Day: Yonge Street Set For Change
 Development Proposal for 50 Bloor Street West is for the Tallest Residential Tower in Canada
 The King East Condos by Lamb Developments Starting to Rise
 Toronto Office Vacancy Rate Declines for 7th Consecutive Quarter
 First Gulf Corp Buys Old Unilever Factory at Don Valley and Lake Shore
 Steel Put Into Place On Former Toronto Sun Building
 Development Proposal for 71 - 95 King Street East
 Steel Rising at 333 King Street East
 First New Tenants Coming To Toronto Sun Building
 First Gulf Converting Toronto Sun's Former Printing Plant And Shipping Area To A No Frills Grocery Store
 Quebecor puts Toronto Sun building on the block