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  1. GenerationLee

    Toronto | 160 Front West | 239.87m | 46s | Cadillac Fairview | AS + GG

    Yeah, I was sad to see the height chopped on this, but I think it's still great even at this height. If it was 280 metres it would've been something else.
  2. GenerationLee

    Toronto | 425 Bloor West | 104.4m | 30s | The Brown Group | IBI Group

    I agree. I really want to see this project happen because it's an excellent example of a design that's visually interesting and has some weight and depth to it. But the street level really needs some work.
  3. GenerationLee

    Toronto | The Rosedale on Bloor | 185.92m | 55s | Gupta | IBI Group

    Good lord, that's wild. Though I'm sure it's less on a Monday to Wednesday, if you avoid the Southcore/Financial District and aim for an area a little north.
  4. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Grand Central Mimico: The Buckingham | 122.85m | 37s | VANDYK | Kohn

    This will be one nice project to have here. Hopefully more transit service will be implemented here in the coming years, as in more frequent feeder bus routes and such.
  5. GenerationLee

    Toronto | 160 Front West | 239.87m | 46s | Cadillac Fairview | AS + GG

    Beautiful images everyone. This is one of the only projects in the city I've been really happy to see get built in the last couple years. It's such a great location for something tall, let alone with this kind of interesting facade.
  6. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Crosstown Line 5 West Extension | ?m | ?s | Metrolinx

    Well, 12:30 but I get your point.
  7. GenerationLee

    Toronto | 2 Queen West | 34.44m | 7s | Cadillac Fairview | Zeidler

    All in all I'm happy with our post-modern building stock, even if it's not very prominent in the skyline. There's a lot of smaller stuff which is really nice to get to walk around, it can really add depth and at times colour. I think it's going to be bitter sweet to lose buildings like the...
  8. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Crosstown LRT | ?m | ?s

    I see this opening in the 3rd quarter next year, but I'm probably wrong. It's so nice seeing the street looking more complete and well, having bike lanes. That's wild to me. Of course, the bike land stretch is rather short, and my immediate area (sortof) won't see any.
  9. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Nobu Residences Toronto | 156.66m | 45s | Madison Group | Teeple Architects

    I strongly disagree, but of course ones tastes in architecture can be very individual, much like music.
  10. GenerationLee

    Toronto | The Well | 174.03m | 46s | RioCan | Hariri Pontarini

    Those stone pavers are beautiful, holy cow.
  11. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Savile on the Roe | 13.25m | 3s | Block | RAW Design

    I just realized how close this construction site is to's odd seeing the houses gone here
  12. GenerationLee

    Toronto | The Pemberton | 215.79m | 68s | Pemberton | a—A

    The sandbox saga will also affect things sounds like a TV show actually. Pushing dirt around a big site in the city. Maybe a good show for Discovery to illustrate the "fun" of excavating a massive hole in the midst of a dense area.
  13. GenerationLee

    Toronto | 66 Broadway Avenue | 65.22m | 22s | Beaux Properties | CS&P

    I hope the residents of that unit are okay. I heard the fire alarm going off as I walked to Shoppers last night (walking on Roehampton). It was a bit of a haunting sound.
  14. GenerationLee

    Toronto Bike Share

    That's great, I'm glad to see both these areas now included within the bikeshare zone.
  15. GenerationLee

    Toronto | M1 & M2 at M City | 197.81m | 60s | Rogers Real Estate | Core Architects

    Agreed. I prefer having the intersection on the west side of M3 purely dye to distancing concerns, but this is a better location in dispersing traffic to other streets, and this way the road network at PSV can be used alongside the Rogers lands to direct traffic north and south. Burnamthorpe...
  16. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Edge Towers | ?m | 50s | Solmar | Rosario Varacalli

    It kind of reminds me of the Borderlands games.
  17. GenerationLee

    Toronto | M1 & M2 at M City | 197.81m | 60s | Rogers Real Estate | Core Architects

    I took these three days ago. I also photogrsphed the new intersection that'll exist on Burnanthorpe. (I believe so anyway*)
  18. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Pinnacle One Yonge | 344.58m | 105s | Pinnacle | Hariri Pontarini

    Actually, it's very dependent on the local. I know some Chicago residents refer to it by the Sears tower, which does sound a lot better off the tongue than the current name. It's one of those things where a name sticks for those who grew up in the city, and the resulting change isn't seen as...
  19. GenerationLee

    Toronto | 1110-1170 Central Parkway West (Mississauga) | ?m | 1s | Carttera

    Thanks for the infornation, I had no idea! The 403 isn't too far, although the nearest exit is on Mavis. Hopefully we'll see the rest of this land spoken for in the coming years.
  20. GenerationLee

    Toronto | 1110-1170 Central Parkway West (Mississauga) | ?m | 1s | Carttera

    I'm a little mixed on this proposal. As someone who lived in the area for years, I always saw a value in redeveloping these lands, although I hoped at one point to see a residential component come into play here (townhomes). Looking back on that idea , I don't know if there'd be any pushback to...