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Old Posted Apr 21, 2021, 2:40 AM
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Je pense vraiment que ça va aider à redynamiser votre centre-ville!
Les dernières nouvelles ne sont pas les plus encourageantes pour le très court terme mais je continue quand même à me croiser les doigts pour que la démolition commence enfin cette année.

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^ What? Demolition prep work? Did I miss something here? I thought they were only patching it to avoid it collapses by itself!!
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Old Posted Apr 22, 2021, 9:27 PM
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Another one of Calgary's stalled projects is back underway.


West 17 - 35 meters - 10 storeys



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Old Posted Apr 24, 2021, 1:13 AM
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Old Posted Apr 24, 2021, 1:18 AM
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One more in Québec City. Thanks to Davidivivid

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La construction du nouvel immeuble de condos locatifs sur les stationnements de la Place de la Canardière a débuté.


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Quebec city projects:



What's happening with the lastest version of Le Phare?
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What's happening with the lastest version of Le Phare?
Humaniti you mean? The promoter said that if the Tramway system is going ahead, the project could go ahead too and now that the Tranway system was recently confirmed, there are good chances to see this project rising off the ground in the coming years.

I think the quality of our projects varies from one to another. Some are meh and others are rather good.

Overall, there have been a welcome change in the last decade about densification and taller projects here and there. Also, in my opinion, the project in or around the Downtown core are generally more pleasant to look at and more raffined. The projects that I shared are all in the former suburbs except the two projects in Pointe-aux-lièvres.
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Old Posted Apr 25, 2021, 7:41 PM
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8 storey project on Spring Garden Road (Mills redevelopment):

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The next Ottawa phase of Zibi. A high-rise residential and low-rise office.


https://twitter.com/RodneyWilts/stat...07801825796100


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Old Posted Apr 29, 2021, 5:55 PM
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in winnipeg today theres a tower crane being swaped for another style at sutton place next to tns and wanawansa's new hq going up not often that happes

source: Winnipeg Grump in tns thread



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SoHo Italia, a new addition to the Dow's Lake cluster. Claridge Icon is right across the street (but not in the renderings).

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Went by today as well. The second pic is from the north-side. While pic 1 is what I believe to be the garage entrance due to the slope going down into the building.







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Erin Square...another Pemberton project in Erin Mills, Mississauga. (I took these yesterday) This developer's been building for 20 years now in this area...though because it's Pemberton, it's a lot of units....and that's it. Looking right on the first image from the newest towers UC, those are all of Pembertons newest towers in the park.
Erin Mills Construction by Draulerin Photographics, on Flickr
Erin Mills Construction by Draulerin Photographics, on Flickr
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Old Posted Apr 30, 2021, 5:37 PM
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Claridge Moon, being built on top of a Lyon Station entrance. The big parking lot across the street should start construction by the end of the year, an amazing M+M project.

Photo_6553793_DJI_193_jpg_4084465_0_2021429154714_photo_original by harley613, on Flickr

Projects on Rideau.

Photo_6553805_DJI_205_jpg_4719419_0_2021429163126_photo_original by harley613, on Flickr

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Hull.

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Just visiting Mississauga for a couple days....I went by and got a few updates of more substantial projects today:
First phase of Square One lands redevelopment (I'm going to create a thread for this....it's going to be 10+ towers filling in fields and parking lots and will make Mississauga have a much more...filled in dense central area:
Construction in Mississauga by Draulerin Photographics, on Flickr
Newest phase of Parkside Village, two 30+ towers:
Construction in Mississauga by Draulerin Photographics, on Flickr
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No photos since I was driving, but Alterra's 159SW condo at Wellesley/Sherbourne is hideous! Tridel's Via Bloor isn't much better although it looks pretty cool from Rosedale Valley Rd. Then there's loads of grey boxes near Wilson Station that could've been saved with colour, brick and texture. 81 Wellesley St East looks decent; around the corner TeaHouse may be one of the rare aA designs I'm not a fan of.

But what's most disgusting is the grey mcmansions replacing modest red brick bungalows in Willowdale, New Toronto, Kingsway/everywhere really or Victorian semis in Summerhill, Leslieville etc. WTF are people destroying Toronto's heritage?
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But what's most disgusting is the grey mcmansions replacing modest red brick bungalows in Willowdale, New Toronto, Kingsway/everywhere really or Victorian semis in Summerhill, Leslieville etc. WTF are people destroying Toronto's heritage?
Ottawa will be implementing zoning to prevent this from happening. It will no longer be possible to replace a single family home within urban Ottawa with a larger single family home. I have no map for reference, but from my understanding this includes mid-century neighbourhoods like Alta Vista, McKellar Park, Overbook for example.

If one wants to demolish a sfh, they must build one of the same footprint, or multi-units (2+).

And new R4 zoning that now sweeps many sfh heavy areas, dating back from the 1800s, up to about the 1960s, will allow for 8-12+ units depending on lot width.


https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottaw...ttee-1.5718664

These new rules are not about protecting heritage, but adding significant density to the urban area. They are being put in place in a way to somewhat "protect" the character of neighbourhoods with some set-back and parking rules.
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19 Duncan / 186m / 56s / Westbank / Hariri Pontarini

mcornett
https://urbantoronto.ca/forum/thread....21066/page-31

The Well / 174m / 46s / RioCan / Hariri Pontarini

Red Mars
https://urbantoronto.ca/forum/thread...19291/page-243

Concord Canada House / 234m / 69s / Concord Adex / IBI Group

bilked
https://urbantoronto.ca/forum/thread...p.6394/page-95

M1 & M2 at M City / 197m / 60s / Rogers / Core Architects

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https://urbantoronto.ca/forum/thread....25772/page-49
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