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Toronto's Other Skylines

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Taken from Yesterday at Bayview and John St., Thornhill, Markham. A bit of context going left to right:
-First Two buildings are condos at Yonge St. & Clark Ave.
-Second set are condos at Bathurst St. & Centre St. (Thornhill, Vaughan)
-Third set of the brown buildings are the apartment building at Yonge St. & Royal Orchard (Thornhill, Markham)
-Immediate next to the brown building are a combination of a condo at Bathurst and Centre St. and the condos at VMC.
-The last set are condos at Yonge st. 16th Avenue (Richmond Hill)


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VMC from Downtown Thornhill (New Westminster Ave. & Centre St.)
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VMC from Dufferin St. & Centre St.
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Today marks 5 years since this thread was created! 🥳

Looking back over the past 5 years, I believe that Vaughan Metropolitan Centre has been the greatest new skyline addition to the region. It is exciting to see that continue to fill in.

Midtown's E Condos meanwhile has certainly put it on the map with an exclamation point, as has Eau du Soleil at Humber Bay Shores. What major skyline additions to these regional sub-centres can we expect to see over the next 5 years?
 

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Mississauga might be the one that's going to change the most, with m city, exchange district, and square one condo and office projects all planned to be built soon
 

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