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    Toronto The HUB | 258.46m | 59s | Oxford Properties | Rogers Stirk Harbour

    Quite frankly, the only location to legitimately break the monotony of the present skyline, is Commerce Court 3, being slimmed down and allowed to soar to at least a 350 metre height, hopefully with a re-imagined design befitting a world city!
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    Toronto Richmond Adelaide Centre: 120 & 130 Adelaide West Recladding | 136.85m | 35s | Oxford Properties | WZMH

    Does every building in Toronto have to be a glass box?
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    Toronto 191 Bay | 301.74m | 64s | QuadReal | Hariri Pontarini

    Nevertheless, this is the most ideal site in the city for at least 350 metres in height!
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    Toronto 191 Bay | 301.74m | 64s | QuadReal | Hariri Pontarini

    I still can't help but feel that perhaps the greatest opportunity for a major super tall is being missed. This building should be slimmed down and expanded to at least 350 metres tall. Pity!
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    Toronto Forma | 308m | 84s | Great Gulf | Gehry Partners

    Thank goodness these buildings have no balconies. Balconies on buildings higher than 12 stories is ridiculous!
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    Toronto One Bloor East | 257.24m | 76s | Great Gulf | Hariri Pontarini

    Is this what passes as haute couture at Canada's most prestigious corner? It looks more like the bargain basement at a strip mall! Disappointed is my wholly inadequate response!
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    Toronto Tableau Condominiums | 124.05m | 36s | Urban Capital | Wallman Architects

    The second-last picture has a lower-Manhattan feel to it.

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