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    Toronto | Commerce Court 3 | 301.74m | 64s | QuadReal | Hariri Pontarini

    What a relief. So glad they killed that hideous earlier design.
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    Toronto | Pinnacle One Yonge | 312.5m | 95s | Pinnacle | Hariri Pontarini

    This project keeps getting worse. It looks like 90 storey pile of condos with an ugly 'S' curve slapped on the front. The design is phoned in and value engineered for maximum profit. Embarrassing.
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    Toronto | Casey House | ?m | 4s | Hariri Pontarini

    50 Shades of Beige :/
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    Toronto | 50 Bloor Street West | 230m | 70s | Morguard Corporation | Pellow + Associates

    Hopefully they'll find a new architect before they decide to start this.
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    Toronto | The Woodsworth | 58.21m | 17s | Lamb Development | a—A

    I agree, balconies ruin so many buildings, including the top half of this one.
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    Toronto | Max Condos | 113.99m | 36s | Tribute | Graziani + Corazza

    Those balconies look awful. The could market this building as 'PANTS'
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    Toronto | 133 Hazelton | 35.96m | 9s | Mizrahi Developments | P + S / IBI

    Scale wise i think it's great...it's the tacky appearance that will ruin this.
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    Honeydale Mall Redevelopment (5555 Dundas St W, Azuria Group, ?, ?)

    Why did they hire Albert Speer to do the masterplan?
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    Toronto | TeaHouse 501 Yonge Condominiums | 170.98m | 52s | Lanterra | a—A

    It looks so much better like this.
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    Toronto | One Valhalla Towns & Condos + Triumph Phase Three | 116.12m | 35s | Edilcan | P + S / IBI

    They couldn't have made that parking podium any uglier if they tried.
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    Toronto | The Rosedale on Bloor | 185.92m | 55s | Gupta | IBI Group

    There is a rendering of this thing on Bloor Street. It is as lame as you would expect from the above elevations.
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    Toronto | Picasso Condos | 128.62m | 39s | Mattamy Homes | Teeple Architects

    It was only a parking lot because the developer tore down the original building years ago.

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