Transit City Condos: TC4 & TC5 | 174.34m | 50s | SmartCentres | Diamond Schmitt

ryanbruins17

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From earlier this afternoon. Once I got home, I realized my camera settings were a bit wonky (and by my camera, I mean my dad's). Sorry for the less than stellar quality photos.

The curved glass on the podium for the 50 storey one, is phenomenal. The podiums actually look really nice up close. I looking forward to seeing what the area looks like next summer, assuming some of the landscaping is done.
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I don't see what everyone else is seeing. I think the buildings are all so similar, full of ugly spandrel. I get it's not Toronto, but even for 905 buildings. Mississauga's City Centre is much more attractive and visually appealing that these towers.
 

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Clean window wall design, simple yet effective pattern, attention to detail, curved corners and decent looking podium. Nothing dramatic, but a clean and inoffensive design that's significantly better than many Toronto buildings. It's solid infill; not every building can or should be a show stopper.
 

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