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The assembly is already too big. What a bland, boring development. Greenpark would be envious. At least they attempted to add some interest to the pedestrian experience with their other multi-tower podium site in the area. It's just all sad how far we've dropped from the Mozos and East Lofts.
 

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At first blush, far too hulking.

Doesn't fit even in an illusory way w/its neighbours or context.

Podium is too tall.

Podium needs more variation to break it up a bit.

At the tower levels, I'm unimpressed, though, I've seen far worse.

But just the sheer mass, combined with an irreconcilably incongruous, domineering, yet bland podium......ugh, send it back.
 

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At this rate, I wonder if there will even be any gas stations left in the core by 2020. Off the top of my head the only ones left would be the 2 at King @ Spadina, Sherbourne @ Front, Dundas @ Church, and Richmond @ Jarvis.
 

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At this rate, I wonder if there will even be any gas stations left in the core by 2020. Off the top of my head the only ones left would be the 2 at King @ Spadina, Sherbourne @ Front, Dundas @ Church, and Richmond @ Jarvis.
Also the recently...ummm..."renovated" station at Jarvis and Wellesley o_O
 

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