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Waterfront Toronto’s work so far: A critic’s report card

The Globe and Mail ranks some of the most prominent projects on the Toronto Waterfront, including our future development at C3 designed by Claude Cormier + Associés.

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Partnership saves a city landmark and adds a new one

Has Daniel Libeskind, reigning architectural superstar, become the provocateur Toronto’s elite loves to hate? By reshaping two of the city’s most important venues, he has clearly rattled a lot of influential people with a preference for all things safely understated.

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Pinewood adds 3 sound stages to Toronto complex

Pinewood Toronto Studios unveiled three new sound stages Friday, adding more than 30,000 square feet of space for film and television productions.

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Taking the stage at Yonge and Esplanade

The crowd had gathered at the sales centre to hear about Backstage condos, a 36-storey point tower planned for the southeast corner of Yonge and The Esplanade behind the Sony Centre.

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Has the GTA condo market peaked?

The GTA condo market will be tested with 40 new projects this spring, just as the market softens and analysts warn of over supply.

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Reclaiming the east waterfront

For more than a decade the 13.5-acre property at the southwest corner of Cherry St. and Lake Shore Blvd. has sat lifeless.

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Waterfront Toronto considers streetcar alternatives

Without the money to build the light rail they were promised on the East Bayfront, developers fear they’ll be stuck with buses.

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Libeskind’s L Tower mixes business with pleasure

The sculptural 58-storey glass condominium set to rise beside the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts will serve as a bridge between the soaring skyscrapers of the financial district to the west and the historic character of the St. Lawrence neighbourhood to the east.

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RoboCop costumes on sale in Toronto

ReadySetRecycle.com is marketing the costumes for the recently completed remake of RoboCop at Pinewood Studios Toronto.

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Toronto’s Pinewood studio grows, in concert with Port Lands development

$40-million expansion fits with a 30-year plan for the area approved in principle by the city’s executive committee Monday.

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