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August 21, 2020 - Friday Update. Forming sections on the office tower have started to move up to start the 26th floor - eleven days after the corresponding point to start the 25th floor. Also, large pour for the transfer slab in the north-west corner of the project.

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I'm excited to have a new retail destination downtown that is a pedestrian zone. The only other outdoor pedestrian area we have is the Distillery District, so we could use a few more. I think that Mirvish Village will have a pedestrian retail laneway too. The Waterworks building will also provide another retail/restaurant destination, though indoors, I say, the more, the better!

And eventually Bloor/Yorkville as wonderfully recapped in Julian's UT story:
https://urbantoronto.ca/news/2020/0...roach-created-yorkvilles-public-realm-scratch
 

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I'm excited to have a new retail destination downtown that is a pedestrian zone. The only other outdoor pedestrian area we have is the Distillery District, so we could use a few more. I think that Mirvish Village will have a pedestrian retail laneway too. The Waterworks building will also provide another retail/restaurant destination, though indoors, I say, the more, the better!
Perhaps a location for a west-end Christmas Market equivalent too?
 

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