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    Toronto | Litho | 36.88m | 8s | RioCan | Turner Fleischer

    Landscaping in. CC: @Northern Light to tell us if we’re going to have a nice, healthy, robust little tree canopy some day!
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    Toronto | The Residences of the Hotel McGibbon | 36.57m | 11s | SilverCreek | Studio JCI

    Yeah, there's no way that's JCI anymore...
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    Toronto | 357 King West | 148.13m | 42s | Great Gulf | BDP Quadrangle

    London is a great example of this, for me; one of my favourite things about it is that it's all sort of higgledy piggledy -- it's varied and layered and interesting and weird. I'm obviously far from the first person to observe that about that city, but I have noticed that the next part of that...
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    Cycling infrastructure (Separated bike lanes headed downtown)

    From Mike Layton's staff, on the now-delayed Davenport bike lane/road safety upgrades: As I know many others are increasingly pointed out, I'm getting right sick and tired of councillors perpetually deferring to Staff. Off the top of my head, in Mike's ward in the last 12 months, this is at...
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    Gladstone Hotel Purchase, Renovation

    At *best.*
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    Toronto | Rush Condos | 44.96m | 15s | Alterra | BDP Quadrangle

    Petition for a ban covering the use of all grey materials in Toronto for the next 20 years.
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    Toronto | 25 Sewells | 32.91m | 9s | Brenyon Way Charitable Foundation | SvN

    Exactly. This is straight out of the contemporary Western European mid-rise handbook, and I mean that in a very complimentary way. I’m thrilled that SvN are at least trying out that standard — it would be a most welcome one for a city that has been in recent years utterly dominated by crappy...
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    Toronto | 25 Sewells | 32.91m | 9s | Brenyon Way Charitable Foundation | SvN

    I think they look lovely, are a welcome departure from the prevailing aesthetic, and would gladly welcome more of the type.
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    Toronto | 80 Dale Avenue | 42m | 12s | Podium | Standard Practice

    Absolutely. There's a lot going on here, and this is of course an oversimplification/generalization, but: > At the highest and most fundamental level, Planning and the Housing Secretariat do not see eye to eye (though no one in either department would ever freely admit that in kind company)...
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    Toronto | 80 Dale Avenue | 42m | 12s | Podium | Standard Practice

    Burn Planning to the ground, disband SIPA and Urban Design, merge the remains of Planning with the Housing Secretariat, and for the love of God have Abi Bond replace Gregg Lintern at the top of the merged org.
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    Toronto | Pinnacle One Yonge | 312.5m | 95s | Pinnacle | Hariri Pontarini

    On the subject of popping up from various vantages...
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    Toronto | 42 Tuxedo Court | 99.5m | 29s | Reserve Properties | IBI Group

    Another day, another instance of the Planning department doing its utmost to keep Toronto unaffordable and exclusive.
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    Toronto | 888 Dupont | 53.72m | 13s | TAS | SA

    Excellent. This one will literally overlook my property and I am excited for it.
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    Toronto | AYC Condos | 92.05m | 27s | Metropia | TACT Architecture

    Honestly, I think this is too kind. Thus is just utter trash, through and through. I think the sole redeeming feature is the greening in front of the northerly towns.