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Old June 22nd, 2014, 06:35 AM   #1101
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1 Yonge Street
70 fl x 2 | 92 fl | 98 fl | Pro

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New renderings for the 7 tower 1 Yonge proposal





http://www.archdaily.com/367812/one-...ni-architects/
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New render showing the density of this project

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Anson Kwok - VP of Sales and Marketing for Pinnacle talks about "supertall" status.

1 Yonge could very well be a supertall at 88 stories.

Kwok explained, “If you want to create more employment, more tax dollars for the city, have all the amenities and bells and whistles, and you want everything to be convenient and close to you, then in order to bring that all together, you need to have it be tall.

For us, it’s very location driven. I think in most major cities, location is probably the primary reason to build super tall buildings. In many countries, 88 storeys isn’t even considered super tall,” Kwok explained

Source - http://blog.newinhomes.com/news/anso...master-plan-1/


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Old June 22nd, 2014, 07:59 PM   #1103
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Backstage
(5-7 The Esplanade)
U/C | 36 st | 117 m | St Lawrence


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Developers: Castlepoint, Cityzen, Fernbrook
Architects: Page + Steele


By Solaris on UT.





Floorplans:

http://newreleasecondo.com/images/11...tageCondos.pdf



By androiduk on UT.

October 3, 2010:




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Tableau Condominiums
(117 Peter Street & 287 Richmond St W)
U/C | 36 st | 117 m | Entertainment District

http://tableaucondos.com/home

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Developer: Urban Capital Property Group, Malibu Investments, ALIT Developments
36 storeys


Posted in Jan '08 by cabeman on UT.





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STAFF REPORT - 117 Peter St. and 287 Richmond St. W – Rezoning –
Preliminary Report - January 20, 2010

http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2...file-26912.pdf


Another Jenga Block building. Renders at the back of the report.

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STAFF REPORT - 117 Peter Street and 287 Richmond Street West -
Rezoning Application - Refusal Report - August 4, 2010

http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2...file-32709.pdf


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Monday, August 16, 2010

Say goodbye to Clubland

http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/arti...-clubland?bn=1



...A sign reading “Development Proposal” sits in the front window of 117 Peter St. — the corner of Peter and Richmond Sts.

The proposal, currently being fine-tuned and set to go in front of Community Council on Tuesday, will turn the
warehouse into a condo that would house office space on the main floor. A small public plaza would sit out front.


City Councillor Adam Vaughan said the project will rehabilitate the north and south side of Richmond.

It also represents another nail in the coffin for clubland as we know it.

And it is another telltale sign of a downtown neighbourhood reinventing itself...
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Old June 24th, 2014, 04:55 AM   #1105
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Old June 24th, 2014, 01:41 PM   #1106
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Old June 24th, 2014, 03:33 PM   #1107
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Old June 25th, 2014, 03:10 AM   #1108
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The Heathview

310 & 320 Tweedsmuir
Under Construction - 30 Storeys
Architect: Page + Steele/IBI Group Architects
Developer: Morguard Corporation





I don't believe this has a thread and it's fairly tall, so I thought I'd post one.
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U/C | 50 st | 166 m | Downtown

http://karmacondos.com/

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Developer: Lifetime Developments, CentreCourt Developments
50 storeys


Courtesy of androiduk on UT. Another parking lot bites the dust.


Application: Zoning Review Status: Not Started

Location: 9 GRENVILLE ST
TORONTO ON

Ward 27: Toronto Centre-Rosedale

Application#: 10 201658 ZPR 00 ZR Accepted Date: Jun 21, 2010

Project: Multiple-Use Building New Building

Description: PUBLIC - PRELIMINARY PROJECT REVIEW, Due Date is 20-JUL-10, >>Proposal to relocate existing heritage house and construct new mixed use building containing office, retail and residential units - 46 stories above grade - 5 levels below grade parking - Parking space - 143 residential parking spaces - 356 residential dwelling units - floors 1-3 office / retail use.

http://maps.google.ca/maps?hl=en&ie=...204.63,,0,0.13
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Far too crowded for my suburban sensibilities, but Toronto's skyline is looking so damn AMAZING! These proposals are incredible.. Hope they all get built!!
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Developer: Tridel, Dorsay Development Corporation
43, 23, 17 storeys

http://www.dorsay.ca/html/project-low-atria.html#








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300 Front Street W
T/O | 49 st | 158 m | Downtown

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Developer: Tridel
49 storeys

Northern Light at UT has posted: "In this morning's Toronto Star, the city has a statutory notice for an application for a 58-storey tower at Front and John (Condo)."

This would be on the NW corner.....no further details yet.........

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Studio on Richmond
U/C | 41 st, 31 st | 131 m, 97 m | Entertainment District

http://www.studiocondos.ca/studio2/

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Developer: Aspen Ridge Homes
41, 31 storeys

http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2...file-14215.pdf

Developer is Aspen Ridge Homes and the architect is Quadrangle.
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By interchange42 on UT.

We have more of Studio for you to look at.


It's daytime, and Studio stands tall on Richmond:




Meanwhile, in alternately rendered universe, it's a dark and stormy night: a cab is facing the wrong way on Richmond.




Embarrassed, the cab reverses out of sight, leaving you looking at the entrance to the complex. The place looks cool, but quiet.




The colourful lobby is similarly void of life. Where is everybody?



Later that evening, once the rain has dried up, you head out to the rooftop lounge area. Now you remember: everyone is stuck across the street in an interminable line at Burrito Boys waiting just about forever for their order, and that's why you have the place to yourself.










By aiekon on UT.

New interior renderings originally posted on blog.buzzbuzzhome.com





Blues and metallics dominate.


Large windows, cool views



Illuminated event space.


A sleek billiards room with murals and mirrors.


Studio lounge with night club vibe.


Fitness facilities.


Urban yoga!


By khristopher on UT.


Taken on Sept. 23.



They have put up hoarding all along Richmond now from the property line at the eastern end to the very western end of the line.




Sales centre steel construction today:



They also put up some flags on the east end of the lot:

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http://urbantoronto.ca/forum/showthr...41s-Quadrangle)









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Richmond Adelaide Centre III
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U/C | 40 st | ??? m | Financial District

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Developer: Oxford Properties
40 storeys


From MysteryMan over on UT:

"I was talking to an someone involved on the R-A Centre, and it looks like the new Richmond Adelaide tower that was proposed for the corner at Adelaide and Sheppard is being completely redesigned. This is the office tower that was to include the facade of the historic Concourse building. The new tower has been moved to the north east corner of the block, at Richmond and Sheppard. The Concourse building will be retained in full, which is great.


No news on the height, design and possible future tenant of the new tower yet.
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Lago At The Waterfront
U/C | 49 st | 167 m | Humber Bay Shores

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Developer: Monarch Group
49 storeys
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DUPLICATE THREAD MERGED


I'm pretty sure I made a thread about this one ages ago, and this may be the proposal Filip was mentioning.

Anyway, now we have new and better renders to enjoy.








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I'm very partial to this rendering of Lago from Humber Bay Park East.



I can't believe how much it towers above Nautilus, which looks monstrously tall every time I bike by it.
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Clear Spirit & The Gooderham
T/O | 40 st, 35 st | 136m, 122m | Distillery District


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Developer: Cityscape, Dundee Realty
40, 35 storeys

From the Star:

Distillery keeps corporate names at bay
Jun. 19, 2006. 01:00 AM
CHRISTOPHER HUME

For most visitors, the Distillery District is a pleasant way to spend a few hours, maybe go for a meal, wander through an art gallery or watch a play at the Young Centre.

It's all those things, for sure, but there's something else going on down here that in its own quiet way is different, even revolutionary.

Though it takes a few minutes to sink in, it's hard to miss: There are no franchises here, no chains, no brands as they're now called.

That means no Starbucks, no McDonalds, no Chapters, no Tim Hortons; well, you get the idea.

This is no accident. For the owners of the Distillery, Cityscape and Dundee Realty Corp., it's part of a carefully considered strategy aimed at resisting the tide of homogenization that is turning cities around the world into clones of one another. They won't stop globalization, but they can keep one little pocket of one little city safe from the forces of sameness.

So far, their approach has paid off handsomely. Though there are millions upon millions of people, many of them Torontonians, who are happy to run with the horde, others prefer not to. These rugged individualists are precisely the ones the Distillery wants to attract. If you want Burger King, don't bother with the Distillery. If you're looking for Future Shop, go to the mall. If it's a heavily advertised national brand you desire, go elsewhere.

The Distillery is a bastion of authenticity, a celebration of the non-corporate. That doesn't mean its tenants don't include businesses; there are dozens.

Lisa Mills-George of The George Partnership, a graphic design firm, runs one of them. "We came because we love the energy," she says. "We feel we're a part of something. And our clients love to come here."

Mills-George and her staff of 12 rent space in the five-storey limestone building that is the oldest on the site. It has been a landmark since 1860, a monument to the Victorian love of architecture, no matter how humble its use.

Transformed into office space, the multipurpose building works beautifully. Throughout the George Partnership's light-filled space there are reminders of the past, stone walls, old bins and scales. This may not be the kind of real estate that appeals to insurance company executives, but that's not a bad thing. Indeed, that's the point.

As it is, barely three years after the Distillery opened as a cultural enclave, it is fully rented. Tenants include everything from cafes and restaurants to art galleries, shops, daycare and, soon, a spa and performing arts school.

"If we had two Distilleries, we could rent them out in a month and a half," says Cityscape's John Berman. "We thought it would take us eight years to reach critical mass; it took only three."

The advent of the Young Centre, the theatre/teaching facility built by Soulpepper and George Brown College, has made a big difference. It attracts 400 to 700 people nightly. All this without a single Blockbuster, Coffee Time or Shoppers Drug Mart.

"Excluding the national and international chains is critical to the approach we've taken," Berman explains.

"By doing that, we've ensured the Distillery will remain unique and special. We've been approached many times, and though sometimes it hurts to say no to the rents they're willing to pay, it pays off in the long run. For example, I think that if the café we had were a national chain, the Distillery would be a far less interesting place. If people want to go to McDonalds, there are dozens around. They don't need to come to a national historic site."

In the meantime, Berman and his partners are busy planning new construction in the southeast corner of the site. They hope to announce a retail/residential/hotel complex before the end of the year.

But don't expect a Holiday Inn.
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These are pretty much done. Some missing glass on the Gooderham (I think), but Clear Spirit is occupied.

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West Don Lands Development

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80 acres of land to be developed on brownfields east of Toronto downtown, just beside the Historical Distillery District.


You can find a lot of information here:
http://www.waterfrontoronto.ca/dbdoc...b63fa687d3.pdf

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Right now there are only a several old buildings on the site(dating from late late 19th to eary 20th century) and they will be incorporated in the fabric of the new, dense development.
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final plan:


first condo phase:
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A few recent renderings of the West Don Lands:










And some construction pics from UT:


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New renderings. The red colouring on the central portion has been removed and the second tower has been shortened. The subway entrance looks cool though.











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The shorter tower has been redesigned and the taller tower has been shortened to 194m / 58 floors. Regained the red though.

Also, Bazis has filed for construction permits for the taller tower.

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Where there is vision, the people flourish - Peter Diamandis

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