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Massey Tower Condos | 207m | 60s | MOD Developments | Hariri Pontarini

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I was really hoping we'd get more white and less blue/grey. And yes, those visible railings are unfortunate.
 

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360° round Massey Tower earlier today:

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Wow ! This tower will be so beautiful once completed.
I love so much the effect of the balconies and the white color too.
I am so glad that Yonge street will be beautify by this masterpiece.
Massey Tower will have an architecture of the year 2050 once completed.
I would like to thank Hariri Pontarini too for their great imagination and creativity.
They are the best architect in the city.We need more tower like that to make the city shine.
And Thank you interchange42 for letting us watch this masterpiece rising.
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Popping into the view from Sherbourne and Britain. Cell phone shot from just now:

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Really digging the profile of the northern (crumpled) side, maybe even more so than the curved portion, which is already fantastic. And while the contrast between the two makes the design pop, I kinda wish they went with a less flat shade of grey for the cladding on the north facade, with perhaps a more reflective, mirror-like finish. From up along Yonge, I feel like this almost just blends in with the surrounding colour palette (complete opposite looking the other way).
 
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