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Recent content by rhys17

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    Toronto | Edge Towers | ?m | 55s | Solmar | Rosario Varacalli

    I'm hoping that doesn't happen for the park. It's nothing to write home about, but, at least the renderings and models show something better than an empty field. 🤷‍♂️
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    Toronto | M1 & M2 at M City | 198m | 60s | Rogers Real Estate | Core Architects

    Just an aside, I'm curious how street addresses are assigned. I noticed M3 is listed as 505 Webb Drive, but the building will be adjacent to Burnhamthorpe. Also, M1 has a Confederation address and M2 is assigned an address to a new road (Quartz rd). Why not both Confederation, or why not the...
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    Hurontario LRT | Metrolinx

    Because there will be some riders that hop on the 19 and expect it to take them to Port Credit. Can’t take for granted the number of riders that are oblivious to changes or new infrastructure.
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    Toronto | Wesley Tower at Daniels City Centre | ?m | 43s | Daniels | Rafael + Bigauskas

    IIRC, the City of Mississauga purchased the shorter tower from Daniels in order to provide affordable housing to those on Region of Peel social housing waitlist.
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    185 Enfield (MCC, ?, 34s, Kirkor)

    Looks like some action on this. Part of parking lot closed off, BIRD construction banners and shipping container on site. Also a construction office.
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    Canopy Towers (5081 Hurontario, Mississauga, Liberty Development, 33s, DIALOG)

    It's not outside the realm of possibilities.
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    Canopy Towers (5081 Hurontario, Mississauga, Liberty Development, 33s, DIALOG)

    That presentation centre does not look inviting. I feel like I might get jumped the moment I walk through the hole in that billboard.
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    Toronto | M3 at M City | 260m | 77s | Rogers Real Estate | IBI Group

    I'm sure there is a good reason for it, but I find it amusing how often they are moving the sales & construction offices. One would think it would be a good idea to set up the offices in a place that would be developed last. ?‍♂️?
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    Toronto | Square One District | ?m | 65s | Oxford Properties | Hariri Pontarini

    Don't shoot the messenger, I'm just stating how things work in Mississauga. The first complaint about any development in a residential area, whether it be a commercial plaza, place of worship, school, community centre, is: there will be too much traffic in the neighbourhood and too many people...
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    Toronto | Square One District | ?m | 65s | Oxford Properties | Hariri Pontarini

    I would suppose somewhere closer to Britannia. The NIMBYs are not going to want a stadium in any residential area.
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    Toronto | Square One District | ?m | 65s | Oxford Properties | Hariri Pontarini

    I hope so. The franken-terminal really needs to be demolished and a do-over is in order.
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    Toronto | Square One District | ?m | 65s | Oxford Properties | Hariri Pontarini

    If ground breaking is set for this fall, and Daniels is part of the press conference, maybe they mean an overall vision, and the first phase of Oxford's plan is the property at Living Arts & Rathburn. Just speculation.
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    Toronto | GO Transit: Cooksville GO Station | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx | WalterFedy

    Looks like the southern parking lot, with the Portuguese restaurant will be re-developed soon. The restaurant is closed since the property was sold to developers. (Source: Insauga)
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    Yonge-Dundas Square (Brown + Storey Architects)

    These condos are more like gated communities. One doesn't need to interact with their neighbourhood (or even their neighbours, for that matter) at all: just hop into the car and drive out of the garage or take the PATH or the TTC and go to some place more desirable.

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