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    Toronto | 2 Tecumseth | 108.5m | 30s | TAS | KPMB

    https://www.toronto.ca/news/city-of-toronto-report-recommends-tas-as-long-term-lessee-to-revitalize-wellington-destructor-site-and-create-a-community-hub/ TAS recommended as the proponent for the Wellington Destructor
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    Toronto | The Dylan 2 Condominium | 94.35m | 28s | Chestnut Hill | Kirkor Architects

    Over/Under on a straight-to-refusal anyone?
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    Toronto | 537 Eglinton East | 71.7m | 22s | Eglinton Hoyle Realty Inc | RAW Design

    They are definitely setting it up for a policy fight on 5.4.10 of OPA 405: 5.4.10. On Midtown Mid-rise sites, additional storeys may be considered without an amendment to this Plan, provided the applicant demonstrates to the City’s satisfaction that: a. there will be adequately limited shadow...
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    Toronto | The Dylan 2 Condominium | 94.35m | 28s | Chestnut Hill | Kirkor Architects

    Very interesting, can't wait to see the plans.
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    Toronto | 537 Eglinton East | 71.7m | 22s | Eglinton Hoyle Realty Inc | RAW Design

    Refusal Report out at NYCC for October's meeting: http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2021.NY27.7
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    Toronto | 89 Roehampton Avenue | 123.13m | 38s | TAS | BDP Quadrangle

    Glazing going up on the conjoined bit.
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    Toronto | 89 Roehampton Avenue | 123.13m | 38s | TAS | BDP Quadrangle

    Loving the punched windows so far. Taken this evening:
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    Toronto | 1406 Yonge | 131.25m | 39s | Metropia | IBI Group

    Not to derail the thread but it is an interesting topic indeed. I won't get too much into the specifics, but I was once tasked with conducting a study/analysis on the policies surrounding cemeteries and their potential as a planned land use for greenspace preservation. Interesting thought...
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    Toronto | 1406 Yonge | 131.25m | 39s | Metropia | IBI Group

    Guaranteed protected western views at least! Edit: My bet is on a quick refusal report for this one.
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    Toronto | CityLights on Broadway | 115.82m | 34s | Pemberton | Wallman Architects

    This building is an unfortunate masterclass in the use of spandrel.
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    Toronto | 5400 Yonge | 106.82m | 32s | Fieldgate | Kirkor Architects

    Findings [57] The Tribunal finds that there is a circular argument taking place within the City’s evidence to justify the outcome. The Tribunal also sees a divergence between height and density within the NYCSP as it relates to the CTOP and the provincial policy documents. Simply put, if the...
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    2512R Yonge Street (Future Development Site)

    IMO this is almost certainly a ploy to force the school's hand into purchasing the property and continuing to use it as their playfield, or to force the City's hand to acquire it as part of the proposed park. I'm leaning towards the latter given the timing of this release right after NYCC...
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    Toronto | 5400 Yonge | 106.82m | 32s | Fieldgate | Kirkor Architects

    Apparently approved by OLT, no decision online yet.
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    Toronto | 11 Pleasant Boulevard | 53.1m | 14s | Plaza Partners | BDP Quadrangle

    I agree, though I think the City has painted itself into a corner with projects like this. Their prior opposition and constant adherence to Guidelines regarding tall building setbacks and massing has effectively killed the potential for them to support development like this while trying to be...

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