Toronto Wellesley on the Park | 194.15m | 60s | Lanterra | KPMB

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Any chance that the row of buildings (convenience stores) in front here could be taken down? Really wouldn't want another smaller condo obstructing this on the east side

Leave them alone. They add vibrancy and diversity. This and other towers coming will add more than enough density.
 
The rounded corners and the floor plate set-backs are a thing of beauty, while that glass installation ain't half bad. Photo update from earlier today.

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More beautiful glazing on the west elevation.
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Really digging that white-to-transparent fade-in glass. I don't recall seeing that style on any other building in the city. Should add a really unique element to this building.
 
Wow, with a podium and setback like that i'm now wishing this thing would have been 75 storeys, :)haha

I always thought this skyscraper should of been a mix use hotel condo super tall. With a dining lounge on the top floor ! It sits in a perfect location where you can view Queens Park etc. and plenty of parking on the bottom with a park on top for visitors. But instead they want to put another box looking skyscraper beside it that's even taller to ubstruct its view! What a joke !!
 
When you say “they” you mean a completely different developer, who’s ultimate goal is anything but preserving the integrity of a neighbouring development. I mean I don’t disagree but I really don’t think it’s reasonable to suggest that developers should sabotage themselves to better a different company.
 

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