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  1. paupah

    Toronto 11 YV | 213m | 62s | Metropia | Sweeny &Co

    Since everyone's waiting for my updated opinion on this... I'm starting to like it now!
  2. paupah

    Toronto Pearl Place | 121m | 34s | Conservatory Group | Richmond Architects

    ☝️ You're not alone, oresama.
  3. paupah

    Toronto 240 Adelaide West | 199m | 60s | Freed | AS + GG

    Damn, I remember in the early 2000's when Richmond and Adelaide west were busy as all hell and the entertainment district was just that, full of entertainment (well, bars and clubs). Sad to hear how dead it is now.
  4. paupah

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

    Those exposed concrete strips at the top of the buildings that haven't been cladded yet are driving my OCD insane.
  5. paupah

    Toronto EQ Bank Tower | 105.18m | 23s | First Gulf | Sweeny &Co

    I think this is one of those things where the lower levels look warmer because we're looking at the floor and the top bluer ones look cooler cause we're looking at those floor's ceilings which have fluorescent lights installed...? No idea why a few floors are green though.
  6. paupah

    Toronto 191 Sherbourne | 157m | 49s | Fitzrovia | PARTISANS

    I try to not get excited about anything this early, but if they can figure out a way to make this happen I think it'd be a great addition to the city.
  7. paupah

    Toronto 2 Denarda | 151.05m | 44s | KingSett Capital | Giannone Petricone

    These look like if 19 Duncan and 1 Yorkville had shorter twin babies LOL But seriously, not exactly sure what I think yet, but I do think if they used high quality materials it could be a nice project.
  8. paupah

    Toronto 55C: 55 Charles Condos | 167m | 50s | MOD Developments | a—A

    I really do like how this building is coming together. But, gonna have to take some time to say that this one to the left, X or X2 or whatever it's name is, is just 😗👌. I love this one.
  9. paupah

    Toronto Ivy Condos | 102.41m | 32s | Dream | RAW Design

    I know I'm not the first to mention this... I'm sure.... but, I can't imagine the disappointment of buying pre-con only to discover you're not getting a balcony... This must've been discussed before. Right? I've apparently not kept up with this project and suddenly have opinions.
  10. paupah

    Toronto TD Terrace | 239.87m | 46s | Cadillac Fairview | AS + GG

    I don't recall ever seeing a rendering with those LED strips on the roof panels... Will the entire roof area have them? Can it play movies?
  11. paupah

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

    Nice. You managed to make this look not horrible 👏
  12. paupah

    Toronto Artists' Alley | 121.91m | 39s | Lanterra | Hariri Pontarini

    These buildings are fantastic and I'm happy they''re being built.
  13. paupah

    Toronto The One | 328.4m | 91s | Mizrahi Developments | Foster + Partners

    I feel like they gave us just enough cladding to get us to shut the hell up for a while before adding more.... Seems to be working. Looks great. *edit* Oh, they're different height windows. Got it 👍
  14. paupah

    Toronto KING Toronto | 57.6m | 16s | Westbank | Bjarke Ingels Group

    So.... It'll be.... Bad?
  15. paupah

    Toronto 11 YV | 213m | 62s | Metropia | Sweeny &Co

    I might be changing my mind on this one lately.... am I reading this wrong or is this one looking more promising? There was a previous post where I compared it to the NY towers near Bayview Village, but it's definitely looking better now. Maybe I should wait to judge? I still kinda see the NY...
  16. paupah

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

    Is this an angle we can look forward to seeing more of by any chance?
  17. paupah

    Toronto 240 Adelaide West | 199m | 60s | Freed | AS + GG

    Oh damn, yes, I unfortunately did see that total disaster of a person 🤦‍♂️ I meant more like having a shit-ton of nightclubs and bars side by side for blocks type of thing. Like how Richmond and Adelaide were basically lined with them at the time.
  18. paupah

    Toronto 240 Adelaide West | 199m | 60s | Freed | AS + GG

    Man, the club district used to be pretty damn wild back in the early aughts. Nothing comparable to that type of entertainment district era nightlife currently exists in Toronto anymore, right?
  19. paupah

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

    For the very tops of the buildings that still have the unclad, concrete strip (it's bothering the hell out of me for some reason), is that where we're expecting signage to show up? Or what's up with that? Because I would imagine the signage to appear over the portion at the top that's already...