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  1. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Bristol Court | ?m | 13s | QuadReal

    I gotta say, seeing intensification in Meadowvale makes me happy. It's such a nice area, and with plenty of amenities that'd make it perfect for more density.
  2. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Forêt | 127.14m | 35s | Canderel | BDP Quadrangle

    How is this neighbourhood midrise? It's decidedly been a lowrise area with a collection of highrise structures for over 50 years now. It'll continue to be as much...but slowly more high density development is occuring, which is a good thing. Being so close to two subway stations, which are...
  3. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Edge Towers | ?m | 50s | Solmar | Rosario Varacalli

    I'm glad to hear it. It's been a long time coming, and will really help connect the area better.
  4. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Edge Towers | ?m | 50s | Solmar | Rosario Varacalli

    Apologies, I'd say up to the future roadway (I keep forgetting Webb Drive will someday be extended), and yes, into the school land. I don't know where it starts from the wooded patch adjacent to the park, it's a buffer zone of sorts at the moment. (seemingly)
  5. GenerationLee

    Toronto | M1 & M2 at M City | 197.81m | 60s | Rogers Real Estate | Core Architects

    I took this yesterday from Rathburn,
  6. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Edge Towers | ?m | 50s | Solmar | Rosario Varacalli

    I agree...it's tiny. They really shouldve expanded it a couple years ago IMO.
  7. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Edge Towers | ?m | 50s | Solmar | Rosario Varacalli

    I took this from Rathburn yesterday. The building certainly adds more good texture to the skyline, it's a good contrast from the more monotomous glass/spandrel clad structures we've seen going up in recemt years. I just wish one of these buildings would hsve retail.
  8. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Time and Space Condos | 101.8m | 29s | Pemberton | Wallman Architects

    Now that's what I call humour! Anyways, I'm more concerned by the front hapf of this in terms of how it'll engage the surrounding area...the south elevations really do line up well with nearby structures which is a pleasant rarity these days.
  9. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Time and Space Condos | 101.8m | 29s | Pemberton | Wallman Architects

    That's why I look forward to this project being completed. It'll be an innovative, efficient means of housing hundreds of families. /s bah, I can't even find a way to be sarcastic about this project. It's such a poorly designed building through and through.
  10. GenerationLee

    Toronto | QueenChurch | 185.9m | 57s | Tridel | Rosario Varacalli

    It reminds me of the expansion of the Lucliffe building...I'm not impressed.
  11. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Sugar Wharf Condominiums (Phase 1) | 231m | 70s | Menkes | a—A

    It's a pretty ugly pattern, but it could be worse. I'm more concerned by street level design here considering the towers are just a straight, massive vertical massing.
  12. GenerationLee

    Toronto | 191 Sherbourne | 49.4m | 15s | Gladman | Zeidler Partnership Architects

    Wow, that's an ugly reclad. The building looks significantly more cheap and "contemporary" with that masonry gone.
  13. GenerationLee

    Toronto | E2 at E Place | 156.56m | 46s | Capital Developments | TACT Architecture

    Thank goodness too. The condition of the road and nearby infrastructure is awful.
  14. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Time and Space Condos | 101.8m | 29s | Pemberton | Wallman Architects

    I wouldn't say this is a positive contribution to the skyline...except perhaps if you wanted to isolate the neighbourhood as its own skyline. I'm not surprised with how this project is turning out, but it just makes me disappointed to see this behemoth rise. It reminds me of the project "Home"...
  15. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Time and Space Condos | 101.8m | 29s | Pemberton | Wallman Architects

    That's a bit optimistic. Well, the first part. There's a lot of empty units these days in this investor driven market...either due to people wanting it empty, or to rent out for income, or something else. I mean, there'll be over 1500 people most likely in this bunker...but I'm not convinced...
  16. GenerationLee

    Toronto | 2444 Yonge Street | 101m | 27s | Main and Main | Hariri Pontarini

    Yeah...two of the stores are still open. I pass by the site daily, and they're both doing well. I really dont look forward to this crap going up...but it's inevitable with this area.
  17. GenerationLee

    Toronto | Sugar Wharf Condominiums (Phase 1) | 231m | 70s | Menkes | a—A

    I fully agree. Now this side will look like an even more vertical suburb next to Sugar Beach and a couple office buildings.
  18. GenerationLee

    Toronto | 53-63 Sheppard West | 48.92m | 16s | Fieldgate | IBI Group

    Wow...that's terrible. Mostly the unit sizes. We really need to build bigger units to support families, who are largely prices out of other options.
  19. GenerationLee

    Toronto | The Stack at Bayview | 28.95m | 7s | The Brown Group | Kohn

    The sidewalks should be wider on this stretch or they should've minimized the plantings...those take up too much space on the sidewalk. The details are lacking and the building feels very bland and 2 dimensional whenever I pass by, the street level doesnt help. But...it's good to see more...

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