|735 ft / 224 m||65 storeys||!|
|Status: Complete||Completion: 2018|
In this one, thanks. Look, it's obviously not the Taj Mahal, but I don't think it's totally genuine to lump this one in with the Maple Leaf Squares and Pinnacles of the world.In what reality is Ten York white? It's mostly blue, just like almost every tower in the area. Now Harbour Plaza... those are white.
They are not building with as little money as they could use. They all market their condos as if they were all superior to the other developer's condos. The city also likes to have these types of towers spring up all around these areas. However, it is wrong to say this is the worst development in the area. Whatever I think is right, and in fact, I have the complete opposite of "this is the worst development in the area." If I hear that phrase is right from one of the Urban Toronto members, I will report it and have a dislike for it.A continuous wall of blue-glass has given South Core a sterile look. It also makes it look like a McDevelopment. This is the fault of both the developers building with only the dollar on their mind but ultimately the city for allowing it to happen.
Yes, it has to do with the pool functioning properly, or at least that is my guess.Perhaps the pool above has something to do with that?
"cheap spandrel"I am so disappointed by this project.
I am also surprised by the number of UTers who gave the renders a pass, with most users impressed by its sharp street-level presence. Other than the base and decent appeal from the eastbound Gardiner, the project is a typical Tridel mess - cheap spandrel, uninspiring early 00s crown, and will cover the far more interesting Ice condos. And the worst part is its prime postcard placement in the skyline.
You were just joking.Maybe they'll cap it at 26 floors.