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Benito

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Some new glazing on the south side of the podium.
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I love the slightly frosted effect on the balconies. The way they get more opaque the more of an angle you are seeing them from is nice.

I assume we'll be seeing the final stepback on the tower very soon (possibly even on the level being formed right now).
 

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From TTC website, this is how the corner will look when completed. This is Dundonald and Yonge looking north.

This is how you do a building podium. It's broken up into smaller volumes with various designs, textures, and uses so well. Plus, I will never complain about adding more entrances to a subway station.
 

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Is it just me, or do the windows in the reconstituted heritage facade look Home Depot?

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tbh the entire brick part looks Home Depot to me, the texture/color of the brick looks like it was painted or they are using wallpaper. but still it makes the list of top 5 U/C buildings in TO. wonderfull project.
 

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