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Old February 17th, 2015, 12:49 AM   #1
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TORONTO | 8 Cumberland St. | 193m | 635ft | 64 fl | Pro

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I kinda wish the fins were on all four sides, not just the west side.
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Agree. The side with the fin looks great, the other 3 sides the usual pedestrian condo facade.
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This thread can be moved/merged in this thread that's in to Toronto Development?

Information: This tower is adjacent/behind 1 Yorkville.


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I kinda wish the fins were on all four sides, not just the west side.


No point doing it behind as it will be hidden by 1 Yorkville that's under construction behind it.
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