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Red face TORONTO | River City Phase 3 | FT / M | 32 FLOORS

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This is the 3rd phase in the River City development by UrbanCapital. Phase 4 will be the final phase launching next year.

     
     
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Old Posted Apr 8, 2014, 12:18 AM
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New rendering courtesy of Urban Toronto.

     
     
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Great looking building,the eastside sure is seeing a lot of new developments.
     
     
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A few years later....
[IMG]TJ059844 by Josh Kenn Photographics, on Flickr[/IMG]
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Wow, so this is kind of AWESOME. How is it that people aren't more interested? I mean , 5 posts in 5 years??
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Wow, so this is kind of AWESOME. How is it that people aren't more interested? I mean , 5 posts in 5 years??
I'm going to give a better update by the beginning of September....I've been and will be more busy this month. (I've attempted to be far reaching in updating city projects, but sometimes they're far out...mybad)

Expect some close ups later on.
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New rendering courtesy of Urban Toronto.

Let's call it, "The Boot".
     
     
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Well, I definitely became too busy to take a look at this project, oh well. Hopefully it looks okay.
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^ That's one of the best views of the Toronto skyline I've seen, and it's missing the biggest part! Those views looking west really show how far the skyline has grown, and how massive it truly is.
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