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    Toronto | King East Centre | 140m | 39s | First Gulf | WZMH

    It makes a lot of sense to densify this part of town, especially with the King streetcar transit corridor right there. And the project doesn't involve any heritage buildings, unlike a lot of King Street proper.
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    Toronto | 1200 Bay | 326.5m | 87s | ProWinko | Herzog & de Meuron

    Can we please just move Jesse Ketchum park already? Or put big lights on it?
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    Toronto | 1200 Bay | 326.5m | 87s | ProWinko | Herzog & de Meuron

    Well, yeah, and I suspect that is precisely why they did it, although it seems rather misleading.
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    Toronto | 1200 Bay | 326.5m | 87s | ProWinko | Herzog & de Meuron

    In the render looking south, shouldn't The One be visible?
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    Toronto | CIBC SQUARE | 241.39m | 50s | Hines | WilkinsonEyre

    Wow, RyanD, that shot is almost like a render. This is such a gorgeous building.
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    Toronto | St Lawrence Market North | 25.3m | 5s | City of Toronto | Rogers Stirk Harbour

    What would the purpose be of a underground connection? The North Building won't operate as a market except on weekends, correct? And is it that much of a burden to cross the street?
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    Toronto | 80 Bloor Street West | 250m | 72s | Krugarand | Giannone Petricone

    We could just surround the playground with sun lamps.
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    Toronto | St Lawrence Market North | 25.3m | 5s | City of Toronto | Rogers Stirk Harbour

    And Berczy Park is two block away.
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    Toronto | St Lawrence Market North | 25.3m | 5s | City of Toronto | Rogers Stirk Harbour

    I thought the current temp market location was to become a park?
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    Toronto | Massey Tower Condos | 206.95m | 60s | MOD Developments | Hariri Pontarini

    I don't understand why the design language is so different on the north side.
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    Toronto | 728 Yonge | ?m | 3s | Brook McIlroy

    The Brunny reno was indeed less extensive, but it was similar in that it did a great job of retaining the heritage aspects of the building.
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    Toronto | 728 Yonge | ?m | 3s | Brook McIlroy

    Agreed. Not that I'm complaining, but does anyone have any insight into why Shoppers has gone so far above and beyond for this one? (It reminds me a bit of project of another pharmacy chain, the reworking of the Brunswick House by Rexall -- also quite a respectful repurposing of that building.)
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    Toronto | 335 Yonge | 55.2m | 16s | Lalani | Zeidler

    It also seems a shame that, being right across from such a landmark Ryerson building, something special couldn't have been built to make Gould an obvious gateway to Ryerson.
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    Toronto | Waterfront Innovation Centre | 53.03m | 11s | Waterfront Toronto | Sweeny &Co

    Would folks be as upset with the design if the project were named something else, such as "Banal Commercial Building"? While I really want to see great design on the waterfront, I'm not sure why this particular building has become such a lightning rod, other than having a name that seems so out...
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    Toronto | Manulife Centre Podium and Streetscape Renewal | 9.75m | 2s | Manulife Real Estate | MdeAS Architects

    When I see this I am always shocked at how clunky this addition is, and how it completely ignores the context of the building behind and above it.

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