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    Toronto | Social at Church + Dundas | 164.89m | 52s | Pemberton | RAW Design

    Podium does look nice, making this the most frustrating project of all time. I love the design of the balconies in those upward facing shots, like honestly some of the best designed in the city, and there are a lot of balconies. But the cladding is such a disaster, and the opacity of the balcony...
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    Toronto | CIBC SQUARE | 241.39m | 50s | Hines | WilkinsonEyre

    POPS was still open at 6:45pm when I went on Tuesday… and it was gorgeous. Id been meaning to go, and it did not disappoint. Still lots of fall colours up there.
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    Toronto | 160 Front West | 239.87m | 46s | Cadillac Fairview | AS + GG

    Yes! Super excited to see the top take shape. Spoiler alert: it’s gonna look cool.
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    Toronto | Time and Space Condos | 101.8m | 29s | Pemberton | Wallman Architects

    Honestly, I’d probably take Nobu over this. So outrageously ugly, particularly the south-facing cladding, above the first setback. It doesn’t get much worse than this.
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    Toronto | XO Condos | 53.64m | 14s | Lifetime | Core Architects

    Ah. Thank goodness. If they sort that out, then this still has the potential to look… ok.
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    Toronto | XO Condos | 53.64m | 14s | Lifetime | Core Architects

    I’m a bit mad, but mostly, I’m just confused. What in the name of god is going on here?
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    Toronto | T3 Sterling Road | 52.52m | 11s | Hines | DLR

    Never mind, on second look, the horizontal mullions are clearly shown as exterior features.
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    Toronto | T3 Sterling Road | 52.52m | 11s | Hines | DLR

    Based on that render, one could argue they were never part of the exterior, as if you look close, it’s a little vague, but agreed, this would be a disagreeable development.
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    Toronto | Hyatt Place / The 203 Residences on Jarvis | 108.2m | 32s | Manga | IBI Group

    Looking at greg’s photo above, counting 88 queen east as three separate towers currently going up, I count cranes for seven new towers going up all within like 200 metres of each other.
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    Toronto | Pinnacle One Yonge | 344.58m | 105s | Pinnacle | Hariri Pontarini

    You think sky tower will be finished in a year?
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    Toronto | T3 Bayside | 42m | 10s | Hines | 3XN

    Does anybody know -perhaps it’s been discussed- why this building has a concrete core and T3 Sterling seemingly does not? There is a two storey height difference, but that’s not so much (Sterling = 8 storeys)
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    Toronto | XO Condos | 53.64m | 14s | Lifetime | Core Architects

    While fully aware of some of the needless negativity on some of these threads, these precast panels gets a big yikes from me. Peter and Adelaide quality. Brutal.
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    Toronto | 1181 Queen Street West | 54.45m | 15s | Skale | BDP Quadrangle

    Thanks Northern Light! Sort of disappointing though, although anything is an improvement, and my expectations may have been fantasy-land. I’d always hoped they’d actually take out a lane, ideally on the east side, and keep Gladstone one-way southbound like it is north of Peel Ave. Honestly...
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    Toronto | Ontario Line: Exhibition Station | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx | HDR

    Hi all. I hope, and can only assume that these photos are relevant to this thread. Was at Exhibition today, and there is significant demolition of the buildings immediately north of the tracks underway. Perhaps it’s been going on for some time. Lots of workers onsite.
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    Toronto | Ontario Line: Exhibition Station | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx | HDR

    Some valid criticisms already. Part of what I love about this site. However. I for one couldn’t be more excited by the promise shown in these renders, and look forward to returning to this thread a million times in the next decade.