The Carlaw, 12s, downtown, pre-sales
Charlie, 36s, downtown, under construction
Centrium, 15s, 29s, north Toronto, under constuction
Cube Lofts, 6s, downtown, under construction
The Berwick, 17s, mid-town, under construction
Beyond the Sea, 26s, 37s, 44s, Toronto waterfront, under construction
Bridge Point Hospital, 10s, Toronto, under construction
B. Street Condos, 9s, Toronto, pre-sales
Baif Developments, 18s, 35s, 35s, downtown Mississauga, planning
Dernière modification par Jasonzed ; 07/06/2012 à 10h40.
Garrisons at Fork York
Four Seasons condo hotel
Block 32 Affortable House on the right, Parade condos is next to it
Absolute World Mississauga
Parkside Village, Mississuga
EURO 2012 at the newly reveloped Celebration Square: more games today
Riverhouse at the Old Mill, Toronto, 11s, under contruction
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From today...Royal Canadian Military Institute (RCMI) the first six floors will be dedicated to the facility. A cornerstone/plaque was unveiled by the Governor General along with invited guests.
RBC Waterpark 3
Westlake Condos, 48s, 46s, 39s, Toronto waterfront, under construction
One thing, I would totally love to see the skyline of Toronto with all the proposed and buildings that are going up.
Merci Jasonzed de nous tenir au courant de ce qui se passe à Toronto. Je savais que cette ville est en boom, mais je ne pouvais m'imaginer que c'était à ce point...
A lot more to come particularly around the waterfront...
Ice Condos 2 towers on the left, Infinity 3/4 are on the right
Delta hotel and new office tower
Maple Leafs Gardens was converted to a Lablows and the Ryerson University Althetics Department which includes an ice rink - very nice
Distillery District tower 2
Dernière modification par Jasonzed ; 10/06/2012 à 19h35.
Yes Jason, thanks for the updates. I was in the Loblaws at the Gardens and was really blown away at how well they designed it. It is spacious and modern and very cutting edge. I think that the harbourfront is overdone myself. It is just too monolithic in view of what was there before which is to say nothing. I would rather choose a condo in an existing neighborhood setting with mixed heights than a massive tower complex south of downtown. There is something really cynical and bland about it that makes a really bad statement about where Toronto is headed.
Progressive development along the Gardiner's pathway is more interesting and promising in terms of integration to the built neighborhoods along Front, King and Queen streets. This is already happening I know, but the city has dropped the ball on the harbourfront as far as I am concerned.
Toronto has certainly dropped the ball on a few things along the downtown area of the waterfront but they are trying to make amends i.e. the H2O parks, Music Gargen, Sugar Beach, Sherbourne Common, Wavedecks...
Sugar Beach (next to Redpath Sugar)
Sherbourne Common (it's actually a water treatment facility)
Some waterfront project happening east of Yonge.
If I were to move to the waterfront area I would move into a midrise, per the example below, as opposed to a 50s tower but to each its own.
This is on the west side
This is a bit different...