the question is not when will they get a new one.. but what one over 500 ft will be the next to get emploded.
ColDayMan said:^Coming from...Buffalo!??!
Well, dont forget that New York City has more skyscrapers than all of Canada.WZ1 said:And Toronto.. and by the way Toronto has more skyscrapers than all of Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.
so...Toronto's is set to potentialy double within the next 5 years...NaptownBoy said:I would agree. With all the proposals and development that number could double for us within the next 10 years.
uh..dude..12+ means that for all you know they could all be just under 500 and actually be large skyscrapers..now thats not true offcourse but 12 story's is the minimum and anything 20 story's + looks allot higher in person then you would think..and thats only 8 story's higher then the minimum. Toronto in the next 5 to 9 years is set to have a total of 90 skyscrapers over 400 feet, and 35 over 500. And the 500 foot level means nothing when all those 13 (not 11, thats an old figure) 500 foot skyscrapers are vastly taller, larger buildings then those in any of those American cities listed...the FCP alone is probably equal to all 4 of those cleveland 500 footers in total sqaure feet! Also 2 500 footers are U/C now and 4 more are slated to start this summer with another 2 shortly after.hudkina said:Actually, Toronto has more 12+ story residential highrises. I would hardly call those skyscrapers... If you count buildings over 500 ft, Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana have twenty while Toronto only has eleven.