Mississauga Exchange District Condos | 232m | 72s | Camrost-Felcorp | Arcadis

That said, your point has some validity, a similar challenge exists w/the Golden Mile on Eglinton East (served by the surface Crosstown).

A transit proposal shows up, appropriate to the density that IS present, or perhaps a few thousand extra souls....................

And suddenly you have development proposals serving literally 10x the most optimistic estimate.

Now the surface provision of streetcar/LRT (little to no transit priority in the case of Crosstown) is almost certainly woefully inadequate.
I recently posted about this in the Crosstown LRT thread. We should have built a subway along Eglinton instead of the LRT. Especially since the underground portion of the line effectively operates like a subway system.
 
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That black building which seems like topped out already looks so dated.
I’m neutral on the design but the materials up close look great. If the interior materials are similar than to me that’s what matters. But everyone is different and being so close to absolute, m1,m2,m3 I agree a bit more with what you’re saying.
 
Wonderful to see a diversion from the bland sterile cladding that's been done ad nauseam the last 20+ years. Vaughan, and now Mississauga, seem far more disposed to bold styling and colour than staid Toronto. The black and silvery/white both look terrific. Reminds me of something Melbourne/Sydney would build.
 
Wonderful to see a diversion from the bland sterile cladding that's been done ad nauseam the last 20+ years. Vaughan, and now Mississauga, seem far more disposed to bold styling and colour than staid Toronto. The black and silvery/white both look terrific. Reminds me of something Melbourne/Sydney would build.
Speaking of Sydney, they have just increased its height limit to allow for supertalls:

 

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