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Recent content by Amare

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    2189 Lake Shore Blvd W (Development Site for sale)

    Thus the reason why i said both The Queenway and Park Lawn will be more of a zoo (ie: busier) than they already are.
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    Crosstown LRT | Metrolinx

    It's looking good to Metrolinx, everyone else has moved onto 2022.
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    2189 Lake Shore Blvd W (Development Site for sale)

    That's easy, right over here. Which in turn, will make both Park Lawn and The Queensway a bigger zoo than they already are.
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    Toronto | Clover on Yonge, The | 148m | 44s | Cresford | architectsAlliance

    ^It's unfortunate that 90% of Toronto developers are cheap as garbage.
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    Toronto | Clover on Yonge, The | 148m | 44s | Cresford | architectsAlliance

    Wow it's possible to build a condo without spandrel being laced throughout the whole tower? Who would've thunk! Cresford should write a "How To Build Without Spandrel" for the rest of the development industry to read.
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    Toronto | 2 Tecumseth | 109m | 30s | TAS | KPMB

    The thing is...building it would have made transit for everyone a whole heck of a lot smoother than the way things are right now. Why you're bringing up a comment that was made almost 4 years ago right now is beyond me though.
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    Metrolinx: Finch West LRT

    The thought that we've had to go through 3 mayoralties to get this done shows how pathetic Ontario has been on the transit building file. But you're right in the sense that it's impressive that this project has escaped unscathed throughout all of the political change we've had.
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    Toronto | Kipling Station Transit Hub | ?m | 2s | Metrolinx | SAI

    True enough Wellesley, Eglinton, and Sherbourne all slipped my mind somehow. My main point though, is that the TTC/city hasnt been doing a good job at leveraging their existing property for development to take place overtop. There's no reason why stations like St.Geroge, Spadina, and others...
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    Hurontario LRT | Metrolinx

    Please dont tell me Metrolinx is planning on making the LRVs on Hurontario grey here as well...
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    Toronto | 305-319 King West | 157m | 48s | Scott Shields

    Great...yet another blue/green, potentially spandrel laced box tower in the Entertainment District. Well at least it will blend in just fine amongst the sea of mostly horrific architecture in the area.
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    Eglinton West LRT | Metrolinx

    ^If Greg Sorbara were still in cabinet, or even if some other crook from Vaughan was in office I would have said you had a very good point. But in this case here we just have a bunch of bozos in office who genuinely dont know the difference between left from right, so automatically they'll...
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    Eglinton West LRT | Metrolinx

    We're talking about the City of Toronto and the Province of Ontario, does anything that either party does with respect to transit ever make any sense? The province is going to go with the most expensive form of tunneling possible: tunnel boring to the deepest level possible. But heck, it would...
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    Toronto | 8 Gloucester Street | 110m | 34s | Angel | Graziani + Corazza

    This is one building that should be never touched, but if it's ever touched the only firm who should have the rights to do so is Allied. The rest of the facendectomy corporation of Toronto aka Facendectomy Inc. (ie: all other Toronto developers) should keep their grimy hands off.
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    TTC: "Toronto Rocket" Subway Cars (In Delivery, Bombardier)

    Why would they plan for something that's not even in the plans?
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    Toronto | Kipling Station Transit Hub | ?m | 2s | Metrolinx | SAI

    At first glance this looks like a very solid plan that they have here. It's pretty unfortunate that office development didnt pan out here, but at this point it's time that the TTC got out of planning what happens at Islington because they've dragged their feet on the issue for far too long...