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Old September 16th, 2005, 04:44 AM   #461
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Here is a link on the new filmport studio
http://www.pulse24.com/In_The_Raw/Ra...age.asp#studio
Its about 20 mins long and shows some renderings. It looks awsome! Also on sept 23 there will be a 4 page articale on trump toronto tower in the globe and mail.
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Old September 16th, 2005, 06:07 AM   #462
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"And I know the 1000 ft. tower is silly and unrealistic but I was just being optimistic"

But, IMO, sometime lower is better. 700-750 feet is what I feel would look best as the Signature for Cityplace
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Old September 19th, 2005, 09:36 PM   #463
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I would agree with Valantino. A tower in the 700 - 750 range would be ideal. A 1000 foot tower would look out of place and actually take away from the emerging skyline west of Skydome by dwarfing all the other Cityplace towers.
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Old September 25th, 2005, 08:28 AM   #464
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Here's a shot from the Canadian National Exhibition. You can see the waterfront condos going up



Current Building Stats
High-rise Building Statistics for Toronto

1,625 completed

196 proposed (The Boom continues...)
91 approved
62 under construction
Total: 1974 Highrise Buildings


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Here are some of the current approved/proposed buildings

Trump Tower Toronto, 1,064 ft. 70s
Sapphire Tower, 1,122 ft. 90s
1 Bloor East, 718 ft. 60s
Signature Tower, 714 ft. 69s
Hummingbird Centre Tower, 619 ft. 50s
Ritz-Carlton Toronto, 699 ft. 53s
Shangri-La Toronto, 686 ft. 65s
Four Seasons Hotel II, 55 Stories
ROM Tower, 680 ft. 44s
MLSE Square, 52s/570 ft. , 48s
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Old September 25th, 2005, 05:04 PM   #465
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Great picture Skybean!

The condos look great from this perspective.
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Old September 25th, 2005, 07:35 PM   #466
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i heard ripley's wants to build an aquarium on those ex lands but wants the
project to be more ,like a entertainment complex as well.
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Old September 26th, 2005, 05:04 PM   #467
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i heard ripley's wants to build an aquarium on those ex lands but wants the
project to be more ,like a entertainment complex as well.
Aquariums are sort of kitchy, but will add to the tourist attractions on
the waterfront.
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Old September 26th, 2005, 05:24 PM   #468
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Skybean
Here's a shot from the Canadian National Exhibition. You can see the waterfront condos going up



Current Building Stats
High-rise Building Statistics for Toronto

1,625 completed

196 proposed (The Boom continues...)
91 approved
62 under construction
Total: 1974 Highrise Buildings


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Here are some of the current approved/proposed buildings

Trump Tower Toronto, 1,064 ft. 70s
Sapphire Tower, 1,122 ft. 90s
1 Bloor East, 718 ft. 60s
Signature Tower, 714 ft. 69s
Hummingbird Centre Tower, 619 ft. 50s
Ritz-Carlton Toronto, 699 ft. 53s
Shangri-La Toronto, 686 ft. 65s
Four Seasons Hotel II, 55 Stories
ROM Tower, 680 ft. 44s
MLSE Square, 52s/570 ft. , 48s
That's a wonderful picture..I am so excited that I'll moving to T.O. this November
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Old September 26th, 2005, 08:25 PM   #469
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Just read the news release. Caddilac Fariview will be building a 48 storey tower beside the Ritz. Ritz, Caddilac and Greywood have formed a joint venture to own the hotel. Apparently it is a first for Ritz LLC (Limited Liability Company). Here is the link to the press releasae.

http://www.newswire.ca/en/releases/a.../26/c3961.html

Construction to start in 2006 for the Ritz. Also, from an inside source, I hear that 20 or the 135 have already been sold internationally. So it looks like they are off to a good start considering they are still constructin the sales office.
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Old September 26th, 2005, 08:31 PM   #470
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Just read the news release. Caddilac Fariview will be building a 48 storey tower beside the Ritz. Ritz, Caddilac and Greywood have formed a joint venture to own the hotel. Apparently it is a first for Ritz LLC (Limited Liability Company). Here is the link to the press releasae.

http://www.newswire.ca/en/releases/a.../26/c3961.html

Construction to start in 2006 for the Ritz. Also, from an inside source, I hear that 20 or the 135 have already been sold internationally. So it looks like they are off to a good start considering they are still constructin the sales office.
Thanks for picking up on that... 48 storey is not very high, but I guess
we will have to wait and find out what it looks like!
I wonder what sales have been like for the Trump tower.. they did a big
press release the other day in the Globe showing how they have reduced
the size of suites on quite a few floors.
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Old September 26th, 2005, 08:35 PM   #471
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48 storeys is high because office floors are about 14-15 ft high so this one will be a 700 ftr
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Old September 26th, 2005, 08:49 PM   #472
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48 storeys is high because office floors are about 14-15 ft high so this one will be a 700 ftr
True... it may be around the height of the Bay Wellington tower. I guess
I was unrealistically hoping one might top the 72 floor First Canadian Place!
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Old September 26th, 2005, 08:56 PM   #473
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I wonder what Brookfield is thinking now? For Caddilac to make an announcement like this means that they are close or already have enought space leased. Then again maybe I am just jumping the gun. Will wait till the shovel goes into the ground for the office tower.
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Old September 27th, 2005, 12:15 AM   #474
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Regarding the 48s office tower by Cadillac Fairview:

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...53#post5524753


Ritz-Carlton, Cadillac Fairview and Graywood Developments create joint venture for Toronto luxury hotel and condominium Joint venture a historic first for The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, L.L.C.

Cadillac Fairview to build 48-storey office tower beside Toronto's first five-star hotel

TORONTO, Sept. 26 /CNW/ - The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company of Chevy Chase, Md., Graywood Developments Ltd. and The Cadillac Fairview Corp. Ltd., of Toronto, announced today the three companies will jointly own The Ritz-Carlton
Hotel and Residences Toronto.

The 53-storey Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Residences, Toronto will be the first Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Residences in Canada and the first five-star hotel in Toronto. The $325-million tower will be built on the south side of Wellington Street, between Simcoe and John Streets.

Previously, the development role for Ritz-Carlton was limited to the hotel portion of the combined luxury hotel and condominium building. Under the new ownership structure announced today, Ritz-Carlton becomes a joint-venture
partner in the entire building, including the condominium residences.

"This is a first for Ritz-Carlton in the world and is indicative of our confidence in this project and the strength of this location," said Simon Cooper, chief operating officer and president of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company. "The demand for luxury hotels is tremendous right now, and is especially strong in cosmopolitan areas, financial centres and gateway cities
like Toronto."

The slim and elegant tower with its striking design - above the 26th floor, the building grows wider as it rises - will have 267 five-star hotel rooms on storeys six to 20. Storeys 22 to 52 will contain 135 luxury condominium residences and a five-storey podium will contain conference and meeting facilities, fine-dining restaurants and a 2,000-square-metre,
full-service spa.

Cadillac Fairview president and chief executive officer Peter Sharpe revealed today that the company will develop a 48-storey, Class AAA office tower with 1.2 million sq. ft. of commercial space on land immediately to the east of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Residences Toronto.

At an estimated construction value of $400 million, the office tower will complement the existing Simcoe Place at the northwest corner of Simcoe and Front Streets.

"At Cadillac Fairview, part of our core business is to develop best-in-class retail, office and mixed-use developments in unique, dynamic urban centres," said Sharpe. "This site is adjacent to Toronto's financial and entertainment districts. And, the office tower will stand right beside The Ritz-Carlton, providing a built-in clientele for the hotel."

The office development will create more than 1,700 construction jobs and bring approximately 500 full and part-time positions to downtown Toronto. Cadillac Fairview anticipates the office tower will be ready for occupancy in summer 2009.

Construction of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Residences Toronto will create approximately 1,500 construction jobs and more than 500 permanent, full-time jobs. Construction will start in 2006 and completion is scheduled in 2009.

Destined to be a Toronto landmark with its striking, modern architecture, the 700,000 sq. ft. Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Residences Toronto was jointly designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) Associates Architects and Planners, based
in New York and Toronto-based Page & Steele Architects.

The condominium sales office for The Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Residences Toronto opens on the site in early October. Most suites will range in price from $1 million to more than $3 million and in size from 2,000 to more than 3,000 sq. ft.
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From the Star

Cadillac Fairview plans 48-storey office tower


TARA PERKINS
CANADIAN PRESS

Cadillac Fairview Corp. revealed plans Monday to build a $400-million, 48-storey office tower in downtown Toronto — with the Ritz as its high-end neighbour.

Toronto's business community has long been awaiting news of a new office project in the city, where vacancy rates in the downtown core's top office buildings fell to a three-year low of 5.6 per cent during the third quarter of this year, from 6.1 per cent in the second quarter.

The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board owns Cadillac Fairview, which manages an $11-billion portfolio of more than 80 properties, including the Toronto Eaton Centre, Toronto-Dominion Centre, Calgary's Chinook Centre and Vancouver's Pacific Centre.

Cadillac's new office tower, near CBC's headquarters, will create more than 1,700 construction jobs and bring about 500 full- and part-time jobs to Toronto, the company said. It expects the offices to be ready by the summer of 2009.

"This site is adjacent to Toronto's financial and entertainment districts," said Cadillac Fairview CEO Peter Sharpe. "And the office tower will stand right beside The Ritz-Carlton, providing a built-in clientele for the hotel."

Cadillac, Graywood Developments Ltd. and the Chevy Chase, Md.-based Ritz-Carlton Hotel Co. announced Monday they will jointly invest in the previously announced $325-million, 53-storey Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Residences project.

Originally, Ritz-Carlton only intended to place its money behind the hotel component of the project.

President Simon Cooper said in an interview that Ritz will contribute 20 per cent of the investment, with Cadillac and Graywood each taking 40 per cent stakes.

"It's a change for Ritz-Carlton, because typically we're not investors in the residential side," Cooper said. "This is the first time we have ever chosen to be an investor in a downtown (residential) location," he said, although the Ritz — which operates 59 hotels around the world — has invested in residential projects in resort locations.

Construction of the hotel project is expected to start at the end of next year, and take about 30 months. Suites in the residential component will range in price from $1 million to more than $3 million, for 2,000 square feet to more than 3,000 square feet.

More than two years after the SARS outbreak and four years after the attack on New York's World Trade Center, Cooper said the hotel industry is "looking relatively good in Canada. I think that there are still some issues," he said, citing the high Canadian dollar, which has a negative impact on leisure travel.

The Ritz intends to split its focus evenly between business and leisure travellers.

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isnt graywood the company developing the rom tower as well ?
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Old September 27th, 2005, 02:31 AM   #477
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Oh. My. God.

This is too crazy.. too many towers to keep track of! It seems as if there's a new major tower announcement every week.

Cadillac Fairview
ROM Tower
Hummingbird
Shangri-La
Trump
Sapphire
1 Bloor East
Signature
Uptown
MLSE
Ritz
Four Seasons

and I'm sure I'm missing many.
These will all be above 500ft. !
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Old September 27th, 2005, 02:43 AM   #478
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YAY, hahaha More I want MORE.
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Here's the list I have going over at UrbanToronto:

Black Text Indicates The Building Is Built
Red Text Indicates The Building Is Under Construction
Blue Text Indicates The Residential &/Or Hotel Tower Is In Sales
Green Text Indicates A Proposed Residential &/Or Hotel Tower
Purple Text Indicates An Office Tower Proposal
* This Symbol Indicates The Building Is Located In Mississauga


Sapphire Tower - 1,122 ft spire (1,030 ft. roof) 88 floors

---------1,100 ft---------

Trump International - 1,064 ft. spire (988 ft. roof) 70 floors

---------1,000 ft---------

First Canadian Place - 978 ft. 72 floors
Scotia Plaza - 902 ft. 68 floors

----------900 ft----------

Canada Trust Tower [BCE Place] - 856 ft. 53 floors

----------800 ft----------

Commerce Court West [Commerce Court] - 784 ft. 57 floors
Toronto Dominion Bank Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 731 ft. 56 floors
1 Bloor East - 718 ft. 60 floors
Signature Tower [CityPlace] - 714 ft. 69 floors

----------700 ft----------

Ritz Carlton Hotel [Simcoe Place] - 699 ft. 53 floors
Shangri-La - 686 ft. 65 floors
Bay Wellington Tower [BCE Place] - 679 ft. 49 floors
BCE III [BCE Place] - HEIGHT NEEDED 49 floors
Wellington Square [Simcoe Place] - HEIGHT NEEDED 48 floors
Bay-Adelaide Centre - 679 ft. 45 Floors
Four Seasons Hotel - HEIGHT NEEDED 55 floors
ROM Tower [Royal Ontario Museum] - 648 ft. 40 floors
City Centre Tower [Hummingbird Centre] - 619 ft. 50 floors
Royal Trust Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 600 ft. 46 floors

----------600 ft----------

Richmond-Adelaide Centre [Richmond-Adelaide Centre] - 595 ft. 41 floors
Royal Bank Plaza South [Royal Bank Plaza] - 591 ft. 40 floors
1 King West - 578 ft. 51 floors
MLSE Tower I [MLSE Complex] - 570 ft. 52 floors
151 Front Street West - 549 ft. 36 floors
44 Charles Street West [Manulife Centre] - 545 ft. 51 floors
Quantum II [Minto Midtown] - 525 ft. 52 floors
One City Hall Phase II [One City Hall Condominiums] - HEIGHT NEEDED 50 floors
MLSE Tower II [MLSE Complex] - HEIGHT NEEDED 48 floors
The Uptown Residences - 518 ft. 48 floors
Festival Tower - 514 ft. 42 floors
College Park Tower I [RoCP] - 505 ft. 52 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower I [Parkside Village] - 505 ft. 50 floors
79 Wellington Street West [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 504 ft. 39 floors
Harbour View Estates II [CityPlace] - 503 ft. 49 floors
Exchange Tower - 502 ft. 36 floors

----------500 ft----------

The 250 [Eaton Centre] - 494 ft. 35 floors
Two Bloor West - 488 ft. 34 floors
Bank of America Tower [Simcoe Place] - 486 ft. 33 floors
West ONE [CityPlace] - 484 ft. 49 floors
Montage [CityPlace] - HEIGHT NEEDED 47 floors
Parkway Forest I [Parkway Forest] - 479 ft. 48 floors
Commerce Court North [Commerce Court] - 476 ft. 34 floors
Spire - 476 ft. 45 floors
Simpson Tower - 472 ft. 33 floors
Cadillac Fairview Tower [Eaton Centre] - 466 ft. 36 floors
Murano Tower I [The Murano] - 459 ft. 41 floors
Pantages Tower [Pantages Place] - 458 ft. 46 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower II [Parkside Village] - 456 ft. 45 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower III [Parkside Village] - 456 ft. 45 floors
Palace Place [The Palace Pier] - 453 ft. 46 floors
Palace Pier [The Palace Pier] - 453 ft. 46 floors
College Park Tower II [RoCP] - HEIGHT NEEDED - 45 floors
Casa - 453 ft. 43 floors
Continental Bank of Canada Building [Richmond-Adelaide Centre] - 449 ft. 33 floors
18 York Street - 449 ft. 37 floors
Pinnacle Building C [Pinnacle Centre] - 449 ft. 46 floors
Sheraton Centre Hotel [Sheraton Centre] - 443 ft. 43 floors
Two Bloor East [Hudson's Bay Centre] - 439 ft. 34 floors
Ernst & Young Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 437 ft. 31 floors
Empire Tower [NY Towers] - 427 ft. 28 floors
One Financial Place - 424 ft. 31 floors
Leaside Towers II [Leaside Towers] - 423 ft. 44 floors
Leaside Towers I [Leaside Towers] - 423 ft. 44 floors
590 Jarvis - 423 ft. 41 floors
Canadian Pacific Tower [Toronto Dominion Centre] - 420 ft. 32 floors
Metro Hall West [Metro Hall] - 420 ft. 27 floors
Parkway Forest II [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
Parkway Forest IV [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
Parkway Forest V [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
Marriott Hotel/Plaza 2 Apartments [Hudson's Bay Centre] - 415 ft. 41 floors
The MET Phase I [The Met Condos] - 415 ft. 43 floors
Sun Life Centre East Tower [Sun Life Centre] - 410 ft. 28 floors
N1 [CityPlace] - 410 ft. 42 floors
Yonge Eglinton Centre I [Yonge Eglinton Centre] - 408 ft. 30 floors
Royal York Hotel - 407 ft. 28 floors
Harbour View Estates I [CityPlace] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
Number One York Quay South Tower [Harbour Square] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower IV [Parkside Village] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
*Parkside Village - Tower V [Parkside Village] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors


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Built
1) First Canadian Place - 978 ft. 72 floors
2) Scotia Plaza - 902 ft. 68 floors
3) Canada Trust Tower [BCE Place] - 856 ft. 53 floors
4) Commerce Court West [Commerce Court] - 784 ft. 57 floors
5) Toronto Dominion Bank Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 731 ft. 56 floors
6) Bay Wellington Tower [BCE Place] - 679 ft. 49 floors
7) Royal Trust Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 600 ft. 46 floors
8) Royal Bank Plaza South [Royal Bank Plaza] - 591 ft. 40 floors
9) 1 King West - 578 ft. 51 floors
10) 44 Charles Street West [Manulife Centre] - 545 ft. 51 floors
11) 79 Wellington Street West [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 504 ft. 39 floors
12) Harbour View Estates II [CityPlace] - 503 ft. - 49 floors
13) Exchange Tower - 502 ft. 36 floors
14) The 250 [Eaton Centre] - 494 ft. 35 floors
15) Two Bloor West - 488 ft. 34 floors
16) Bank of America Tower [Simcoe Place] - 486 ft. 33 floors
17) Commerce Court North [Commerce Court] - 476 ft. 34 floors
18) Simpson Tower - 472 ft. 33 floors
19) Cadillac Fairview Tower [Eaton Centre] - 466 ft. 36 floors
20) Pantages Tower [Pantages Place] - 458 ft. 46 floors
21) Palace Place [The Palace Pier] - 453 ft. 46 floors
22) Palace Pier [The Palace Pier] - 453 ft. 46 floors
23) Continental Bank of Canada Building [Richmond-Adelaide Centre] - 449 ft. 33 floors
24) Sheraton Centre Hotel [Sheraton Centre] - 443 ft. 43 floors
25) Two Bloor East [Hudson's Bay Centre] - 439 ft. 34 floors
26) Ernst & Young Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 437 ft. 31 floors
27) Empire Tower [NY Towers] - 427 ft. 28 floors
28) One Financial Place - 424 ft. 31 floors
29) Leaside Towers II [Leaside Towers] - 423 ft. 44 floors
30) Leaside Towers I [Leaside Towers] - 423 ft. 44 floors
31) Canadian Pacific Tower [Toronto Dominion Centre] - 420 ft. 32 floors
32) Metro Hall West [Metro Hall] - 420 ft. 27 floors
33) Marriott Hotel/Plaza 2 Apartments [Hudson's Bay Centre] - 415 ft. 41 floors
34) Sun Life Centre East Tower [Sun Life Centre] - 410 ft. 28 floors
35) Yonge Eglinton Centre I [Yonge Eglinton Centre] - 408 ft. 30 floors
36) Royal York Hotel - 407 ft. 28 floors
37) Number One York Quay South Tower [Harbour Square] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
38) Harbour View Estates I [CityPlace] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors

Buildings Under Construction
1) College Park Tower I [RoCP] - 505 ft. 52 floors
2) West ONE [CityPlace] - 484 ft. 49 floors
3) Spire - 476 ft. 45 floors
4) College Park Tower II [RoCP] - HEIGHT NEEDED - 45 floors
5) The MET Phase I [The Met Condos] - 415 ft. 43 floors
6) N1 [CityPlace] - 410 ft. 42 floors


Residential &/or Hotel Towers In Sales
1) Sapphire Tower - 1,122 ft spire (1,030 ft. roof) 88 floors
2) Trump International - 1,064 ft. spire (988 ft. roof) 70 floors
3) Ritz Carlton Hotel [Simcoe Place] - 699 ft. 53 floors
4) Quantum II [Minto Midtown] - 525 ft. 52 floors
5) The Uptown Residences - 518 ft. 48 floors
6) Murano Tower I [The Murano] - 459 ft. 41 floors


Proposed Residential &/or Hotel Towers
1) 1 Bloor East - 718 ft. 60 floors
2) Signature Tower [CityPlace] - 714 ft. 69 floors
3) Shangri-La - 686 ft. 65 floors
4) Four Seasons Hotel - HEIGHT NEEDED 55 floors
5) ROM Tower [Royal Ontario Museum] - 648 ft. 40 floors
6) City Centre Tower [Hummingbird Centre] - 619 ft. 50 floors
7) MLSE Tower I [MLSE Complex] - 570 ft. 52 floors
8) One City Hall Phase II [One City Hall Condominiums] - HEIGHT NEEDED 50 floors
9) MLSE Tower II [MLSE Complex] - HEIGHT NEEDED 48 floors
10) Festival Tower - 514 ft. 42 floors
11) *Parkside Village - Tower I [Parkside Village] - 505 ft. 50 floors
12) Montage [CityPlace] - HEIGHT NEEDED 47 floors
13) Parkway Forest I [Parkway Forest] - 479 ft. 48 floors
14) *Parkside Village - Tower II [Parkside Village] - 456 ft. 45 floors
15) *Parkside Village - Tower III [Parkside Village] - 456 ft. 45 floors
16) Casa - 453 ft. 43 floors
17) Pinnacle Building C [Pinnacle Centre] - 449 ft. 46 floors
18) 590 Jarvis - 423 ft. 41 floors
19) Parkway Forest II [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
20) Parkway Forest IV [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
21) Parkway Forest V [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
22) *Parkside Village - Tower IV [Parkside Village] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors
23) *Parkside Village - Tower V [Parkside Village] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors


Office Tower Proposals
1) BCE III [BCE Place] - HEIGHT NEEDED 49 floors
2) Wellington Square [Simcoe Place] - HEIGHT NEEDED 48 floors
3) Bay-Adelaide Centre - 679 ft. 45 Floors
4) Richmond-Adelaide Centre [Richmond-Adelaide Centre] - 595 ft. 41 floors
5) 151 Front Street West - 549 ft. 36 floors
6) 18 York Street - 449 ft. 37 floors


TOTALS
Built - 38
Buildings Under Construction - 6
Residential &/or Hotel Towers In Sales - 6
Proposed Residential &/or Hotel Towers - 23
Office Tower Proposals - 6

Grand Total: 79
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