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    Toronto | The One | 338.3m | 94s | Mizrahi Developments | Foster + Partners

    When will the city decide on whether they are approving the additional height?
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    Toronto | CIBC SQUARE | 241.39m | 50s | Hines | WilkinsonEyre

    Lockdown ends on March 8th. So work should start up again then.
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    Toronto | 160 Front West | 239.87m | 46s | Cadillac Fairview | AS + GG

    It's a Bank Building. It's getting built. Look at the military precision for CIBC Square buildings.
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    Toronto | YSL Residences - Yonge Street Living (383 Yonge) | 298.99m | 85s | Cresford | Kohn Pedersen Fox

    Dundas Square should have been zoned to having the highest heights in Toronto. At about 1500 feet. Times Square is surrounded by tall buildings which gives it a closed and immense feeling. That is always lacking in Dundas square.
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    Toronto | YSL Residences - Yonge Street Living (383 Yonge) | 298.99m | 85s | Cresford | Kohn Pedersen Fox

    Toronto is a very hot market even with the pandemic. So I think this site will not stay undeveloped long. Should be some news next year once the pandemic is over.
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    Toronto | Mirvish+Gehry Toronto | 308m | 82s | Great Gulf | Gehry Partners

    why will it take 7 years to construct?
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    Toronto | 160 Front West | 239.87m | 46s | Cadillac Fairview | AS + GG

    North American cities were fairly dense before World War II. After the war ended, it was the age of automobile and suburbs which led to the hollowing out of cities and many buildings were demolished and turned into parking lots. Now with people coming back into cities, cities are becoming dense...
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    Toronto | 160 Front West | 239.87m | 46s | Cadillac Fairview | AS + GG

    With the way Toronto is going, people from 2036 will look back at Toronto at 2021 and remark how undeveloped it was.
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    Toronto | 212 King Street West | 311.8m | 79s | Dream Office

    East side of Yonge is very sketch with homeless shelters and public housing. That whole area needs to be cleaned up and redeveloped.
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    Toronto | M1 & M2 at M City | 197.81m | 60s | Rogers Real Estate | Core Architects

    Greater Toronto Area is quite unique among North American metropolitan areas that there are large skyscraper clusters spread out all over. Don't think this exists anywhere else in North America. With Mississauga skyline to get even more crazy in the next 10 years. It will confuse people even more.
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    Toronto | 2150 Lake Shore | 224.8m | 70s | First Capital | Allies and Morrison

    This should be fully complete by 2045. By that time the Square One District will be done, East Harbor will be complete, Metro Toronto Convention Center will be re-developed, a new Stadium replacing the Skydome would have been built, and the Ontario Line will be done as well and hopefully Toronto...
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    Toronto | Union Station Revitalization | ?m | ?s | City of Toronto | NORR

    Why cant they do this now? When no one is commuting. It will be less disruptive and faster.
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    Toronto | The One | 338.3m | 94s | Mizrahi Developments | Foster + Partners

    I wish the top floor would have been a restaurant with outdoor roof top patio or something. Toronto sorely lacks roof top patios. Would have been a great location for one.
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    Toronto | The One | 338.3m | 94s | Mizrahi Developments | Foster + Partners

    Looks amazing. Looks like two guardians protecting the gateway to downtown.
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    Toronto | The One | 338.3m | 94s | Mizrahi Developments | Foster + Partners

    I like the fact that the One is much taller than its neighbour. It gives a nice peak effect instead of that boring table top look of the financial district.
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    Toronto | 2180 Yonge | 253.5m | 70s | Oxford Properties | Pelli Clarke Pelli

    wow, these renders look amazing.
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    Toronto | Mirvish+Gehry Toronto | 308m | 82s | Great Gulf | Gehry Partners

    This is a typical kind of lifecycle of thought around this type of projects in Toronto. 1 - A Bold vision is introduced. People get excited 2 - The bold vision is massively downscaled by the City Planning committee 3 - People react negatively 4 - Then people start accept the downscaled version...

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