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Old Posted Dec 5, 2019, 5:52 PM
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160 front and The HUB will fill that gap so nicely.
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Looks like things are getting ready to roll with this tower.

The two shorter towers are already under construction?
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The two shorter towers are already under construction?
If you mean 1-7 Yonge, only one of them is UC, no?
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Old Posted Yesterday, 2:18 AM
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217 meter tower is UC, its called Prestige Tower. Sky tower is phase 2. the 263m tower and others are a part of phase 3.
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Thanks Uzi! Skyline is getting bulky.

I like it.
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6. YSL Residences (Toronto): 299m / 981ft
Taken today....I almost feel like updating this project is pointless for another few months...
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Thanks Uzi! Skyline is getting bulky.
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The One Yonge builds look like you could shake hands with neighbours in the next building (peeping toms won't need hi-tech).

Exciting changes but glad we have drones for the occasional glimpse of Canada's greatest core ;-)
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The One Yonge builds look like you could shake hands with neighbours in the next building (peeping toms won't need hi-tech).

Exciting changes but glad we have drones for the occasional glimpse of Canada's greatest core ;-)

Too bad it's illegal to fly drones in the core without special permission.
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Old Posted Yesterday, 11:09 PM
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Yeah, we have a lot of big construction projects that it seems almost pointless doing updates for. One Yonge and One Bloor move at a snails pace. And the outdoor mall and office towers at front seem like they have been under construction for 10 years.
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Yeah, we have a lot of big construction projects that it seems almost pointless doing updates for. One Yonge and One Bloor move at a snails pace. And the outdoor mall and office towers at front seem like they have been under construction for 10 years.
The hole digging/underground component takes forever I find. Once they hit ground level it speeds up. I agree taking pictures of a hole for 2 years can get quite boring. But One Yonge and One Bloor W are both at grade, so they will start to become interesting in 2020.
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