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    Toronto 28 Eastern | 45.4m | 12s | Alterra | Teeple Architects

    Cancelled in 2021. It will be a condo no doubt.
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    Toronto Bike Share

    Not only that but I find the QR scratched bikes are often in the best shape of any on the rack. I suspect it’s done by people using them for food delivery that want to keep a well tuned bike for themself for the day. The difference between a freshly tuned bike and the average bike is huge. I’ve...
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    Toronto Bike Share

    Already some features I like with the app. The live timer as soon as you open it overlayed on the map is nice. I hope it’s soon tied into a the iOS timer so it displays natively. One thing I don’t like is I haven’t found a way to generate a code to unlock qr scratched bikes.the stats are cool...
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    King Street (Streetcar Transit Priority)

    The whole block is full of cars. They’ve been waiting at the red for 2 cycles so far. Just waiting for a streetcar to come honk them out of the way. Oh they just ran the red.
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    Toronto The Whitfield | 130m | 39s | Menkes | Giannone Petricone

    Agreed, and I appreciate that the Whitfield completely covers the aluminum siding of the neighbouring office building from the street side. It's sad how uncommon that kind of attention to detail is in this city.
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    Toronto The Whitfield | 130m | 39s | Menkes | Giannone Petricone

    Hoping to see some cladding soon. The more I see the more I like. Street wall looking good.
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    King Street (Streetcar Transit Priority)

    I don't know, I walked along King and observed how drivers are reacting and I didn't see one driver go straight through. I saw multiple drivers stopped at the red for multiple cycles, anticipating it to turn green for them to go straight through. I saw 2 cars sit at the red for a full 4 traffic...
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    Toronto The Whitfield | 130m | 39s | Menkes | Giannone Petricone

    I really hope this one isn’t let down by the cladding. I’m already loving the curves.
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    Toronto St Lawrence Centre Redevelopment | ?m | ?s | CreateTO | Hariri Pontarini

    I was wondering about the bike path connection too. It doesn't appear the current design allows any through traffic of pedestrians or cyclists on Scott Street.
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    St Lawrence Market

    As a cyclist who uses Berkeley nearly every day to access the Richmond and Adelaide bike lanes, moving the streetlights from Berkeley to Ontario Street, would be an absolute nightmare, and makes no sense at all. Ontario is a disconnected and disjointed street. Berkeley actually makes some useful...
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    Toronto 88 Queen | 167.35m | 52s | St Thomas Dev | Hariri Pontarini

    That's not true. It was called The Luminous Veil since the concept was originally unveiled in 1998, and was constructed with the necessary wiring for the lighting right from the start. I distinctly remember it being called The Luminous Veil when it was opened in 2003. The lights were "coming...
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    Toronto Time and Space Condos | 101.8m | 29s | Pemberton | Wallman Architects

    Nobody is denying that NIMBY's exist, especially on Facebook, but they complain about every building. The point is that Time and Space has faced A LOT more criticism than any of the new builds near it, from massing, to materials and quality of construction, and all of these are valid criticisms...
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    Toronto Time and Space Condos | 101.8m | 29s | Pemberton | Wallman Architects

    I disagree. The other two new buildings at this intersection haven't received nearly as much hate. The consensus on St Lawrence Condos on the North West corner seems to be quite positive just looking at its thread versus this one, and The Whitfield on the North East corner will be 30% taller...
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    Toronto Time and Space Condos | 101.8m | 29s | Pemberton | Wallman Architects

    This impromptu water feature reflects the back painted grey spandrel wall focal point of the courtyard beautifully.
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    Cycling infrastructure (Separated bike lanes)

    How far east we talkin'? All the way to Church?
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    Toronto Time and Space Condos | 101.8m | 29s | Pemberton | Wallman Architects

    Even for those of us who live inside the area, most of our views wouldn't be impacted. Like many in the area, I have an internal courtyard view so my view will never be impacted by anything. There are plenty reasons not to like this building already discussed here at length, which have nothing...

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