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  1. DavidCapizzano

    Toronto | Ivy, The | 110.33m | 34s | Tricon Capital | Graziani + Corazza

    This appears on Tricon's website under the name The Ivy.
  2. DavidCapizzano

    Toronto | 63-91 Montclair | 79.3m | 23s | Parallax | IBI Group

    Looks like The Heathview buildings around the corner... Not terrible but as ProjectEnd mentioned, these bois are thicc
  3. DavidCapizzano

    835 Queen St W (Emma Capital, 6s, RAW Design)

    Shockingly reserved for RAW - I like this. Can't go wrong with something this simple.
  4. DavidCapizzano

    Savile on the Roe (413 Roehampton Av, Block Developments, towns, RAW Design)

    Is buff brick cheaper than red? Do developers think red bricks look dated? I like the refinements to the upper floors but without the red this feels super generic to me
  5. DavidCapizzano

    Toronto | 1117 Gerrard East | ?m | 5s | Woodgreen | LGA Architectural

    I really like the scale here - and steel construction too! More of these please.
  6. DavidCapizzano

    Toronto | 2699 Keele | ?m | 24s | Worsley Urban | Richmond Architects

    Man, Richmond literally can't do any better can they? This is so stock and standard for them. I guess it's fine but my god it's getting boring.
  7. DavidCapizzano

    Toronto | York University: School of Continuing Studies | 29.26m | 5s | York University | Perkins + Will

    I thought this was under construction! I am pretty sure I have seen the forming company posting about it on their insta.
  8. DavidCapizzano

    Toronto | Rhodes, The | 34m | 8s | Blackdoor | RAW Design

    Passed by yesterday and a sales centre is being constructed in one of the buildings on site.
  9. DavidCapizzano

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

    Really anxious to see how the red accents read against the green glass.
  10. DavidCapizzano

    Toronto | 666 Spadina Avenue | ?m | 11s | Cromwell | IBI Group

    Gutting of a heritage building is a bit of an exaggeration and it sort of takes what I said to an extreme conclusion which doesn't really reflect how I feel, or what is happening to this building. We will have to agree to disagree - in the end it's Cromwell's money and not ours, so it's not...
  11. DavidCapizzano

    Toronto | 666 Spadina Avenue | ?m | 11s | Cromwell | IBI Group

    The original guards were a continuation of the slab, not a precast panel. They had to be chiseled off and the slabs were reformed. My point was mostly that if they were renovating the balconies to modern standards, it would have been nice to see glass guards vs the folded metal panel railings...
  12. DavidCapizzano

    Toronto | Bianca Condos | 38m | 9s | Tridel | Teeple Architects

    Drove by today and noticed precast installation has begun - really happy this is going to be concrete vs metal panel.
  13. DavidCapizzano

    Toronto | Union Park | 303m | 58s | Oxford Properties | Pelli Clarke Pelli

    I work in advertising and the general consensus I am hearing from other folks in the industry is that nearly everyone wants to be back in the office but with flex days and the ability to work from home when necessary.
  14. DavidCapizzano

    Toronto | 1 Heron's Hill Way | 132.65m | 39s | Paradise Developments | Graziani + Corazza

    I believe some of these developments have shuttle bus service that takes residents to the subway. I used to catch one when I briefly worked at Shoppers HQ
  15. DavidCapizzano

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

    I wouldn't be surprised if that move was announced without consulting employees - my guess is they received substantial internal pushback. That announcement really read (at least to me) as a CEO perhaps a bit out of touch with their workforce.
  16. DavidCapizzano

    Toronto | Aquabella at Bayside | 51m | 14s | Tridel | 3XN

    Nice to finally get a glimpse of the cement panels that will be lining the interior of the balconies!
  17. DavidCapizzano

    Toronto | M1 & M2 at M City | 198m | 60s | Rogers Real Estate | Core Architects

    They've been available to buy in Canada for a while now.