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    Toronto | 1221 Dundas St. West | ?m | 2s

    It's back! Well, soon anyway.
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    14 Division Affordable Housing (321 Dovercourt Rd, 2s, Montgomery Sisam)

    Today. Starting to cover the exterior insulation on the south side with black metal siding. Does not look good quality in person.
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    1334 Dundas St West (Centrestone Urban Developments, 3s, Gluck Partnership Architects)

    Today. Scaffolding is mostly gone. Clean lines. Good quality brick work. Might benefit from an awning above the first floor windows, but don’t know if that’s in the cards.
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    Toronto | 1221 Dundas St. West | ?m | 2s

    Sept 30, 2020
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    Toronto | 1221 Dundas St. West | ?m | 2s

    This went up fast!
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    14 Division Affordable Housing (321 Dovercourt Rd, 2s, Montgomery Sisam)

    Lots of activity on site today!
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    Toronto | Waterfront Innovation Centre | 53.03m | 11s | Waterfront Toronto | Sweeny &Co

    They should rename Lake Shore in this stretch South Beaver Creek.
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    Toronto | 1221 Dundas St. West | ?m | 2s

    Old building has been demolished.
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    Toronto | YC Condos -- Yonge at College | 198.42m | 62s | Canderel | Graziani + Corazza

    Good to know there's actually a scientific reason for why this building makes my head hurt. Looking at buildings can actually give people headaches.
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    Toronto | Bloor & Dufferin | 128.9m | 37s | Capital Developments | Hariri Pontarini

    I was watching a collection of short docs that TVO has up on their website and discovered this interesting short documentary made about this development. It would have been handy if the lower thirds gave us a little more info about who the interviewees were outside of just their names, but I...
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    Toronto | Yonge & Rich Condominiums | 156.35m | 46s | Great Gulf | a—A

    When I went by last night around 10pm they were dropping pile driving equipment off in the parking lot.
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    Toronto | Ten York Street Condos | 224.02m | 65s | Tridel | Wallman Architects

    From today's Toronto Star: "Jim Ritchie, vice-president of Tridel, which hopes to start construction on its Ten York project by the end of 2013 and has sold 620 of the building's 694 units." That's 89%!

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