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Old April 17th, 2005, 06:42 AM   #101
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Wow, great stuff! I wish Seattle could have a boom like that!
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I wish Vancouver had a future like that. Everything in Vancouver is blue or green and they are all just 30stories...........very uninteresting.
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Old April 18th, 2005, 09:16 PM   #103
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Hey all, this is a list I compiled over at UrbanToronto and have already posted in the Toronto section, but I'll share it here too. Enjoy.

The list is for buildings greater than 400 feet, or 40 floors or more when height is unknown.

Built
Building Under Construction
Residential &/or Hotel Tower In Sales
Proposed Residential &/or Hotel Tower
Office Tower Proposal

Sapphire Tower - 1,118 ft spire (1,030 ft. roof) 88 floors
Trump International - 1,064 ft. spire (988 ft. roof) 70 floors
First Canadian Place - 978 ft. 72 floors
Scotia Plaza - 902 ft. 68 floors
Canada Trust Tower [BCE Place] - 856 ft. 53 floors
Ritz Carlton Hotel [Simcoe Place] - HEIGHT NEEDED 53 floors
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
Simcoe Place II [Simcoe Place] - HEIGHT NEEDED 50 floors
Bay Wellington Tower [BCE Place] - 679 ft. 49 floors
Bay-Adelaide Centre - 679 ft. 45 Floors
BCE III [BCE Place] - HEIGHT NEEDED 49 floors
City Centre Tower [Hummingbird Centre] - 619 ft. 50 floors
Royal Trust Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 600 ft. 46 floors
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
The Pointe @ Minto Midtown [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
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
The 250 [Eaton Centre] - 494 ft. 35 floors
Two Bloor West - 488 ft. 34 floors
590 Jarvis - 487 ft. 45 floors
Simcoe Place/Bank of America Tower [Simcoe Place] - 486 ft. 33 floors
West ONE [CityPlace] - 484 ft. 49 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
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
33 Charles St. East - 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
1 Union Plaza - HEIGHT NEEDED 32 floors
Ernst & Young Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 437 ft. 31 floors
Verve - 433 ft. 43 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
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


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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) 44 Charles Street West [Manulife Centre] - 545 ft. 51 floors
10) 79 Wellington Street West [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 504 ft. 39 floors
11) Exchange Tower - 502 ft. 36 floors
12) The 250 [Eaton Centre] - 494 ft. 35 floors
13) Two Bloor West - 488 ft. 34 floors
14) Bank of America Tower [Simcoe Place] - 486 ft. 33 floors
15) Commerce Court North [Commerce Court] - 476 ft. 34 floors
16) Simpson Tower - 472 ft. 33 floors
17) Cadillac Fairview Tower [Eaton Centre] - 466 ft. 36 floors
18) Pantages Tower [Pantages Place] - 458 ft. 46 floors
19) Palace Place [The Palace Pier] - 453 ft. 46 floors
20) Palace Pier [The Palace Pier] - 453 ft. 46 floors
21) Continental Bank of Canada Building [Richmond-Adelaide Centre] - 449 ft. 33 floors
22) Sheraton Centre Hotel [Sheraton Centre] - 443 ft. 43 floors
23) Two Bloor East [Hudson's Bay Centre] - 439 ft. 34 floors
24) Ernst & Young Tower [Toronto-Dominion Centre] - 437 ft. 31 floors
25) One Financial Place - 424 ft. 31 floors
26) Leaside Towers II [Leaside Towers] - 423 ft. 44 floors
27) Leaside Towers I [Leaside Towers] - 423 ft. 44 floors
28) Canadian Pacific Tower [Toronto Dominion Centre] - 420 ft. 32 floors
29) Metro Hall West [Metro Hall] - 420 ft. 27 floors
30) Marriott Hotel/Plaza 2 Apartments [Hudson's Bay Centre] - 415 ft. 41 floors
31) Sun Life Centre East Tower [Sun Life Centre] - 410 ft. 28 floors
32) Yonge Eglinton Centre I [Yonge Eglinton Centre] - 408 ft. 30 floors
33) Royal York Hotel - 407 ft. 28 floors
34) Number One York Quay South Tower [Harbour Square] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors

Buildings Under Construction
1) 1 King West - 578 ft. 51 floors
2) College Park Tower I [RoCP] - 505 ft. 52 floors
3) Harbour View Estates II [CityPlace] - 503 ft. - 49 floors
4) West ONE [CityPlace] - 484 ft. 49 floors
5) Spire - 476 ft. 45 floors
6) Empire Tower [NY Towers] - 427 ft. 28 floors
7) Harbour View Estates I [CityPlace] - HEIGHT NEEDED 40 floors


Residential &/or Hotel Towers In Sales
1) Sapphire Tower - 1,118 ft spire (1,030 ft. roof) 88 floors
2) Trump International - 1,064 ft. spire (988 ft. roof) 70 floors
3) The Uptown Residences - 518 ft. 48 floors
4) Murano Tower I [The Murano] - 459 ft. 41 floors
5) College Park Tower II [RoCP] - HEIGHT NEEDED - 45 floors
6) Verve - 433 ft. 43 floors
7) The MET Phase I [The Met Condos] - 415 ft. 43 floors
8) N1 [CityPlace] - 410 ft. 42 floors


Proposed Residential &/or Hotel Towers
1) Ritz Carlton Hotel [Simcoe Place] - HEIGHT NEEDED 53 floors
2) 1 Bloor East - 718 ft. 60 floors
3) Signature Tower [CityPlace] - 714 ft. 69 floors
4) City Centre Tower [Hummingbird Centre] - 619 ft. 50 floors
5) MLSE Tower I [MLSE Complex] - 570 ft. 52 floors
6) The Pointe @ Minto Midtown [Minto Midtown] - 525 ft. 52 floors
7) One City Hall Phase II [One City Hall Condominiums]- HEIGHT NEEDED 50 floors
8) MLSE Tower II [MLSE Complex] - HEIGHT NEEDED 48 floors
9) Festival Tower - 514 ft. 42 floors
10) 590 Jarvis - 487 ft. 45 floors
11) Parkway Forest I [Parkway Forest] - 479 ft. 48 floors
12) 33 Charles St. East - 453 ft. 43 floors
13) Pinnacle Building C [Pinnacle Centre] - 449 ft. 46 floors
14) Parkway Forest II [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
15) Parkway Forest IV [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors
16) Parkway Forest V [Parkway Forest] - 420 ft. 42 floors


Office Tower Proposals
1) Simcoe Place II [Simcoe Place] - HEIGHT NEEDED 50 floors
2) Bay-Adelaide Centre - 679 ft. 45 Floors
3) BCE III [BCE Place] - HEIGHT NEEDED 49 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
7) 1 Union Plaza - HEIGHT NEEDED 32 floors


TOTALS
Built - 34
Buildings Under Construction - 7
Residential &/or Hotel Towers In Sales - 8
Proposed Residential &/or Hotel Towers - 16
Office Tower Proposals - 7


If anything is out of date or needs updating, let me know and I'll fix it up.
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Old April 19th, 2005, 03:53 AM   #104
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Add another to that list^

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Mixed Use 166m + 8m Roof Element= 174m


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From the Globe:

MLSE teams on proposed real estate project.
Site said to include hotel, offices, mall
By ELIZABETH CHURCH


Monday, April 18, 2005 Page B5

REAL ESTATE REPORTER


Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Ltd. is teaming up with two veteran real estate companies in a proposed new retail and commercial development next to Toronto's Air Canada Centre, industry sources say.

The new project, to be announced tomorrow by the partners, will include a shopping concourse that individuals familiar with the project describe as a "destination site." The multileveled retail space will feature a special sports-themed venue that will centre on MLSE's two professional franchises, the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Toronto Raptors.

Cadillac Fairview Corp. Ltd., the commercial real estate arm of the giant Ontario Teachers Pension Plan, is involved in the retail portion of the joint venture. The lead developer on the project is Lanterra Developments, an arm of Toronto-based H&R Developments Corp., individuals familiar with the project said.

The site for the proposed project is just west of the Air Canada Centre on the vacant lot south of Bremner Boulevard that fronts on York Street. It is bounded by Lake Shore Boulevard to the south. An application for rezoning and an official plan amendment has been filed with the City of Toronto for the site.

Plans for the project include a boutique hotel, office space, condominiums and a daycare centre, as well as the multileveled mall, industry sources say.

A spokesman for Cadillac Fairview confirmed that the proposed development will be announced at a special event tomorrow, but would not provide further details.

Tomorrow's announcement will be the second kickoff of a commercial project in downtown Toronto in as many weeks. Ritz-Carlton Hotel Co. and Graywood Developments Ltd., announced plans last week for a $300-million, 53-storey tower on the south side of Wellington Street, between Simcoe and John Streets.

Cadillac Fairview also has links to that project. The firm owns the site to the east of the proposed hotel where it hopes to one day build a 50-storey office tower and is considering a stake in the hotel project.

Falling vacancy rates and rising investor interest in commercial real estate have a number of developers jockeying to build mixed use or office projects in Toronto's core.
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Old April 19th, 2005, 04:34 AM   #105
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it would be pretty swigity sweet to get a 174 m tower next to the air Canada center, considering the lack of buildings in the area. It would really help to spread the tall, noticable buildings away from the main cluster. How would this compare to HVE1, and HVE2?
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Old April 19th, 2005, 04:38 AM   #106
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It would be taller than both towers. HVE II is just over 500 feet while HVE I is approx 400 ft.
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Old April 19th, 2005, 04:39 AM   #107
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Quote:
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it would be pretty swigity sweet to get a 174 m tower next to the air Canada center, considering the lack of buildings in the area. It would really help to spread the tall, noticable buildings away from the main cluster. How would this compare to HVE1, and HVE2?
Well there really isn't any buildings at all at this moment in the lands between the CN Tower and the ACC just a few vacant lots that will soon be filled in the future. But in a few years there will be a major change in that area with the Infinity condo (35 and 16 s U/C), the newly announced MLSE proposal, 4 Pinnacle centre condo towers (45, 41, 37 U/C, 30s) and 18 Yonge(39 s U/C).
If these towers are to be 500 ft + than they will be taller than both HVE towers (49 and 41s) and will be wider and taller due to the fact that they office/hotel towers.
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Old April 20th, 2005, 01:08 AM   #108
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I'm pretty sure that HVEII is a tiny bit over 500 feet. Either way, MLSE will be significantly taller than that if it's 174 metres.
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Old April 20th, 2005, 01:29 AM   #109
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Old April 20th, 2005, 01:57 AM   #110
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Please stop posting that "bastardized" rendering.

It's a rip off of a future rendering done by an acquaintenance, that a "Punk" ripped off and changed... including ridiculous things like putting a Skypage Signature at Yonge and Bloor among other stupid things. Both the "future" elements of the original, and the actual base photograph belong to this individual.
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Scotia Plaza is actually more like 905 ft., not 972.
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Has this rendering of Maple Leaf Square been posted yet? I can't be bothered to look... The rendering is pretty basic... I really hope they turn the Union Plaza site into a square as indicated in the rendering. However, I thought some developer from Chicago owned the vacant lot that was supposed to be for Union Plaza?


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OMG!!! Amazing! Looks incredible!
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the taller is 174 meters and the other is not much shorter=two 500 ftrs
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From April 19th, 2005

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Jeez,
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I have a question for you Skybean, which terminal is currently U/C in those pics?
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I have a question for you Skybean, which terminal is currently U/C in those pics?
Terminal 1... it's the huge F pier. Only a portion of Terminal 1 is open right now.. the rest is under construction. If you take international flights, you still need to be bused to a mid field terminal cause this pier is getting built. Terminal 1 is going to be much much larger than it currently is.
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Terminal 1... it's the huge F pier. Only a portion of Terminal 1 is open right now.. the rest is under construction. If you take international flights, you still need to be bused to a mid field terminal cause this pier is getting built. Terminal 1 is going to be much much larger than it currently is.
Two piers are currently in operation. Piers D and E. The large section 'hammerhead' at the end of pier F will be the permanent home of International flights when that massive pier is finished. Fortunately, you may see some International flights moving to the south side of pier E come the end of the year as more gates become available at that pier. This to reduce the dependancy of the Infield Holdroom Terminal (IHT).

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