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    Toronto | IMMIX | 131.06m | 38s | QuadReal | a—A

    Crane coming down
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    Queen's Park North Revitalization

    Looking north toward Bloor, it's a hole. The subway is not deep here.
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    Toronto | Hyatt Place / The 203 Residences on Jarvis | 108.2m | 32s | Manga | IBI Group

    I am loving this weirdo. So far, so good.
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    Toronto | 645 Yonge | 280m | 76s | KingSett Capital | AS + GG

    I’d love to be wrong, but a small multilevel retail with a facade? Sounds like Cumberland Terrace, which is a failure.
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    Toronto | 645 Yonge | 280m | 76s | KingSett Capital | AS + GG

    Retail atrium is absolute crap. horrible. Brutal street level arrangements here. Back to drawing board there.
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    Toronto | 425 Bloor West | 104.4m | 30s | The Brown Group | IBI Group

    This looks great to me, and but would love the whole building pushed back from the street to add public space on Bloor/a much wider sidewalk/patio space.
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    Toronto | Auberge On The Park | 148.9m | 45s | Tridel | Graziani + Corazza

    Yesterday, view from the ravine.
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    Toronto | Wellesley on the Park | 194.15m | 60s | Lanterra | KPMB

    Fences down, lawnmowers running. Bay Cloverhill neighbourhood, one of the densest in Canada, is getting its first public playground.
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    Toronto | 69 Yonge | 89.45m | 21s | H&R REIT | PARTISANS

    This is very mischievous architecture and I think there is a place for that in the city. Why not.
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    Toronto | 8 Elm | 218.2m | 69s | Reserve Properties | IBI Group

    Any potential advertising will be blocked by the 34s Atrium on Bay expansion, presuming that happens. https://urbantoronto.ca/database/projects/atrium-bay-expansion
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    Toronto | Jarvis & Earl Place | 198.89m | 58s | Originate | Kirkor Architects

    I am surprised they are using the first level corner of the building for an amenity space. That seems like a very poor plan for that space. Why not extend the retail? Did they not have any better ideas? I don’t know what the existing trees on Earl St are, but they smell incredible every May.

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