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Today (right crane, left is 666 Spadina)

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Just for fun: my girlfriend during my U of T undergrad years lived in the third floor apartment of the building (facade) being preserved here. I took this photo of Spadina Ave in 1999 (maybe 2000?) from that apartment’s kitchen window. You can see Graduate House was nearly finished construction.

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Just for fun: my girlfriend during my U of T undergrad years lived in the third floor apartment of the building (facade) being preserved here. I took this photo of Spadina Ave in 1999 (maybe 2000?) from that apartment’s kitchen window. You can see Graduate House was nearly finished construction.

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Omg how crazy the city looks without all the tall buildings, awesome!
 

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I was in my elementary school days when the U of T Graduate House building was built, and remember how neat it was. An enigmatic building for the city, but I can appreciate its oddball-ness with the exposed metal exterior cladding and the skybridge which goes nowhere that extends halfway over Harbord!
 

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