Driving in Toronto, Canada - Through Eglinton Construction - RADIO ON - 26 February 2018

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My friend Khori and I travelled to all 75 TTC stations! This has been a long time plan before the TTC expands drstically with numerous new transit projects from Metrolinx (link below). After riding all four lines and every station it becomes clear that we do have a great Subway System and I am hugely excited to see it expand in the future, enjoy! Next up, exploring Line 4 - Sheppard! http://www.metrolinx.com/en/greaterregion/regions/Default.aspx?gclid=CjwKCAiAhMLSBRBJEiwAlFrsTuLdt0jN-0l6__qD27LeoBkVdd0u_xcPclOv0FAJg6f_nK-ak6MclRoCT-8QAvD_BwE Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reece.m.martin/

Future Toronto 2020 :Tallest Building Projects & Proposals-Toronto skyline

Future Toronto 2020 :Tallest Building Projects & Proposals-Toronto skyline The One Where: Yonge and Bloor Who: Mizrahi Developments How Tall: 80 storeys The One will be among Canada’s tallest towers at a monstrous 998 feet, with some 400 spacious condo units perched on top of an eight-storey shopping mall. The Selby Where: Bloor and Sherbourne Who: MOD Developments and Tricon How Tall: 50 storeys Built on top of the Gooderham mansion, the Selby will be a purpose-built luxury rental tower with plenty of family-sized units. Wellesley on the Park Where: Yonge and Wellesley Who: Lanterra How Tall: 60 storeys Two-thirds of Lanterra’s development will be devoted to a park (much needed in the green-starved downtown), with a condo tower occupying the rest of the site. 33 Gerrard West Where: Yonge and Gerrard Who: Great Eagle Holdings How Tall: 86 storeys This new complex will feature three towers with some 2,000 residential units. Also on the docket: green roofs, retail space and a pedestrian streetscape connecting Elm to Gerrard. 8 Elm Street Where: Yonge and Gerrard Who: Pemberton Group How Tall: 80 storeys If this skinny new skyscraper gets through council, it will be one of the densest buildings in town, stacking nearly 500 units on a tiny parcel of land. 488 University Where: University and Dundas Who: Amexon How Tall: 55 storeys The city is encouraging more density on the relatively sparse Avenues. This project will add 37 condo storeys to an existing University Avenue office building. Massey Tower Where: Yonge and Shuter Who: MOD Developments How Tall: 60 storeys A rippling condo tower will rise from the abandoned beaux-arts CIBC building across from the Eaton Centre, adding residential units to the retail-dominated strip. Mirvish and Gehry Where: King and John Who: David Mirvish How Tall: 92 storeys The colossal collaboration between architect Frank Gehry and impresario David Mirvish will include 2,000 units, a gallery to house Mirvish’s art collection and a new campus for OCADU. Union Centre Where: York and Front Who: Allied REIT How Tall: 48 storeys Billed as Toronto’s most connected tower, Union Centre will offer direct access to the porous new Union Station, the Path system and a revamped elevated walkway that connects to the UP Express station. Daniels Waterfront Where: Jarvis and Queens Quay East Who: Daniels Corp. How Tall: 48 storeys Daniels’ ambitious plan for the East Bayfront is one of the first private waterfront developments to actually incorporate the waterfront: they’re building a splashy extension of Sugar Beach. Bay Park Centre Where: Bay and Front Who: Ivanhoé Cambridge and Hines How Tall: 54 storeys The $2-billion complex will offer three million square feet of office space, plus a GO bus terminal with an elevated park over the train tracks to connect the two towers. The Well Where: Front and Spadina Who: RioCan How Tall: 44 storeys This mixed-use cornucopia will feature three million–plus square feet of office, retail and residential space spread over three hectares and seven towers. The plans include high-rises, mid-rises, townhouses and green space. 55 Lake Shore Where: Yonge and Queens Quay East Who: Menkes How Tall: 85 storeys Menkes recently bought five hectares of LCBO lands for $260 million. Site plans include an extension of Harbour Street to the east, four condo towers and a sprawling waterfront park. One York Street Where: York and Harbour Who: Menkes How Tall: 66 storeys Menkes is densifying the South Core, the burgeoning neighbourhood just south of the Gardiner. The complex has a giant new office building and two LEED-certified condos with almost 1,500 units. One Yonge Where: Yonge and Queens Quay Who: Pinnacle How Tall: 95 storeys The Toronto Star recently sold off most of its lands to Pinnacle, which is building five obscenely tall towers. It has proposed a new hotel, restaurants, a public square and 4,000 residential units. 10 York Where: York and Harbour Who: Tridel and Build Toronto How Tall: 65 storeys Build Toronto has teamed up with Tridel to transform a former police impound lot into a luxury waterfront condo with a juice bar, yoga studio and billiards room. Created in partnership with the Martin Prosperity Institute at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Courtesy by- https://torontolife.com/city/toronto-tomorrow-toronto-skyline/ Please Subscribe for more videos.

Toronto (Canada) future MEGA PROJECT for 2020-Toronto skyline

Toronto, in Canada will welcome the biggest real estate mega project in the Canadian history. This ambitious project will change Toronto and Canada forever in term of architecture. The project name is One Yonge. The Toronto skyline will never be the same. This project will include condos,office and one of the most luxurious future toronto hotel. This city is known for the Toronto Raptors ,but it will be known for its incredible skyscraper The project will contain 3 future skyscrapers .The skyscrapers will be completed in 2025 and construction will start early in 2018. Enjoy it!

Tunnelling for The Crosstown

Metrolinx is moving ahead on the Eglinton Crosstown LRT project, part of the Province's 8.4 billion dollar investment in transit expansion for Toronto. Construction will begin by digging tunnels that will be constructed by large tunnel boring machines or TBMs for short. Visit www.thecrosstown.ca to learn more.

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Driving on a stretch of Eglinton Ave. West and Eglinton Ave. East affected by Eglinton crosstown construction project.

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