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    Toronto | Oriole GO Station Relocation | 8.81m | 1s | Metrolinx | Architecture 49

    Little bit old, but I found these on the AIC and thought they make more sense of where this relocated station will ultimately end up. Is this the first station-over-a-road in the GTA? Also, gotta love the BiLevel EMU:
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    Toronto | The Residences at Central Park | 105.9m | 31s | Amexon | Core Architects

    It is, yes. Thread here: https://urbantoronto.ca/forum/threads/toronto-oriole-go-station-relocation-8-81m-1s-metrolinx-architecture-49.32273/
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    Toronto | The Hill Condos | 139.99m | 40s | Metropia | IBI Group

    This somehow grew 10 storeys (154m now) and went up to 542 units (still with 4 elevators because of course)...huh?
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    Toronto | 900 St Clair West | 43.69m | 12s | Canderel | BDP Quadrangle

    Things did go a little pear-shaped on 2 and 3, but the first Tour des Canadiens holds up well IMO. And I'd still take the 'not-exciting-but-good-background' of 2 and 3 over pretty much anything Canderel has completed in Toronto to date...
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    Toronto | 900 St Clair West | 43.69m | 12s | Canderel | BDP Quadrangle

    Hand laying the brick too! Remember though, that in their native Montreal, Canderel actually puts up some excellent stuff. That they dropped the ball so hard and so consistently in Toronto, I blame on an early introduction to the dirt merchants at G+C.
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    Toronto | 305-319 King West | 156.96m | 50s | Claireville Holdings Ltd | Scott Shields

    No, it's a very real proposal, but not one which will be constructed. The owners are just increasing the value of their land through entitlements, then will sell to someone who will build something else using those dimensions.
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    Toronto | 305-319 King West | 156.96m | 50s | Claireville Holdings Ltd | Scott Shields

    No one should be too worried, this is just a zone and flip. It's not going to be what's built when that time comes.
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    Toronto | 72 & 80 Bayly Street West (Ajax) | ?m | 23s | Icon

    Yeah, this sucks, but you don't hire Icon if you care what the end result is going to look like. It's part and parcel of a total approach.
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    Toronto | Cumberland Square | 253.92m | 75s | KingSett Capital | Giannone Petricone

    Might need to change your wording, Art: it was 925 + 725, then increased to 1090 + 725...it wouldn't make sense that the total unit count is now 1090 here (a lost of 725 units).
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    Toronto | 160 Front West | 239.87m | 46s | Cadillac Fairview | AS + GG

    It’s not hard: this curves up to the core, then will continue at a 45(or so) angle west. The west side will be built up with steel and will angle downward to the east to meet the core at the corner:
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    Toronto | Ivy Condos | 102.41m | 32s | Dream | RAW Design

    RAW is such a wild firm. They can craft a beautiful mid-rise, but the degree of incompetence or sheer lack of talent when it comes to high-rise is truly shocking.
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    Toronto | The Well | 174.03m | 46s | RioCan | Hariri Pontarini

    That is...quite a claim...
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    Toronto | Clarington Police Complex Phase 2 | 16m | 2s | Durham Region | Parkin Architects

    What an ignominious end to the formerly-illustrious Parkin firm...
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    Toronto | GO Transit: Davenport Diamond Grade Separation | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx

    Agreed it doesn't take 'long', but the duration to lay and ballast the diversion track took far longer than 3 weeks, two years ago...

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