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Project facts

Address: 7028 Yonge

Status: Proposed

Developer: Gupta Group

Architect: IBI

Residential: 1,192 condos

Retail: 21,420 ft2

Hotel: 151,039 ft2

Height: ?, ?, 212 m

Floors: 52, 52, 65



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What does it mean if I post an image that one can see and when I go back it won't display? I found another image so hopefully this one will be fine.
 

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It must have something to do with your uploading service. Which one do you use? I have found a couple of times with your photos that I could not see them.
Now they are visible!
The image was from UT but replaced it with another image from UT.
 

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I find these Vaughan towers look like One Bloor.
 

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But you have to upload the images to your own service before you post, right? I use Imgur... used to use Photobucket but they screwed us.
Or Flickr. For over 2 years I never had a problem with Flickr, since I was kicked off from Photobucket family.
 

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https://www.dezeen.com/2019/03/21/t3-bayside-3xn-timber-offices-toronto-canada/




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T3 Bayside by 3XN
3XN unveils "tallest timber office building" in North America
Bridget Cogley | 19 hours ago 5 comments

Huge zigzagging windows tease apart these two cross-laminated timber office buildings, which Danish architecture firm 3XN has proposed for Toronto.

Called T3 Bayside, the 10-storey office complex is proposed for property near Lake Ontario in the Canadian city.

The T3 Bayside proposal comprises two large volumes designed to rise to 42 metres tall at their highest point. If completed, it is set to become the "tallest timber office building" in North America, according to 3XN.




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https://www.dezeen.com/2019/03/21/t3-bayside-3xn-timber-offices-toronto-canada/
 

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I walked by there the other day and it's absolutely awful. :eek:hno:
 

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The only positive I can take out of this is that one day they can re-do the exterior. It's quite bad when you're waiting for re-development before it's even finished.

Why is it that other cities manage to build beautiful store facades yet even on the Mink Mile they think a wall of plain windows is fine? What kind of hillbillies do we have approving this crap?


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