Toronto Peter Street Condominiums | 129.84m | 40s | CentreCourt | a—A

damnit all my photos are getting screwy. I upload it to imgur and its upside down, so I rotate it. Post it here and its still upside down despite posting the corrected photo. Its because when I use my phone to take photos I hold it upside down to use my left hand to press the photo button..

being left handed really sucks sometimes.
 
Pic taken Mar 10, 2015

So Many Cranes, So Little Space

PG2OG2w.jpg
 
Last edited:
From yesterday:

attachment.php


attachment.php


attachment.php
 

Attachments

  • IMG_2727.jpg
    IMG_2727.jpg
    2.5 MB · Views: 2,115
  • IMG_2726.jpg
    IMG_2726.jpg
    948.8 KB · Views: 2,113
  • IMG_2724.jpg
    IMG_2724.jpg
    956.2 KB · Views: 2,086
Saturday, April 25:

IMG_7142.jpg


IMG_7149.jpg


42
 

Attachments

  • IMG_7142.jpg
    IMG_7142.jpg
    353.6 KB · Views: 1,749
  • IMG_7149.jpg
    IMG_7149.jpg
    351.6 KB · Views: 1,675
I like the white panels. Buildings end up looking this way unintentionally with curtains etc. This is a clever way of making it look like a planned architectural feature.
 
Yesterday:

DSC02951.jpg

DSC02980.jpg

DSC02969.jpg


42
 

Attachments

  • DSC02951.jpg
    DSC02951.jpg
    288.2 KB · Views: 793
  • DSC02969.jpg
    DSC02969.jpg
    443.9 KB · Views: 783
  • DSC02980.jpg
    DSC02980.jpg
    264.7 KB · Views: 788
Nice Roofline on this one... I see they went for the Industrial/Mechanical/Exposed HVAC covered by cheap steel strips style.... Will they be covering that up or no?

I'm also not a huge fan of those white, glass strips. Those are very cheap looking in-fill and have unfortunately become ubiquitous in Toronto.

I agree with TheKingEast, I'm glad they took the brick up as high as they did.
 

Back
Top