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Old Posted May 27, 2017, 10:16 PM
Drybrain Drybrain is offline
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Originally Posted by TheGreenBastard View Post

What a sad looking building. You wouldn't catch something like this being built in Toronto.
Of that era? There's lots of that stuff in Toronto. Toronto has a huge stock of mid-century buildings, some very elegant, but a lot very poor.

Whatever the merits of demerits of a 20-storey cap, I don't think it will necessarily lead to mediocre buildings. A lot of the better-looking buildings in the city (the Vic, Southport, Grainery, St. Joseph's, potentially Gorsebrook and The Curve) are well under 20 storeys. I don't see any direct correlation between quality and height.
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