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  1. Rising Mist

    Vancouver | 401 West Georgia Street | 42m | 9s | Oxford Properties | B+H

    Excellent spot for a restaurant patio. I can picture myself tilting a few pints there on a sunny afternoon.
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    Vancouver | 400 West Georgia Street | 92m | 24s | Westbank | Merrick Architecture

    This tower is looking funky, it even looks cool as a construction site.
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    Vancouver | 1190 Burrard Street | 52m | 17s | New Commons | ZGF Architects

    @City Of Rain, I think those photos are for a different project ;)
  4. Rising Mist

    Vancouve, 512 W King Edward Avenue

    I love it!
  5. Rising Mist

    Vancouver | 1247 Kingsway | 21m | 6s | Tatla Developments | Stuart Howard Archit

    Decent project. There sure are lots of small to medium developments popping up.
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    Vancouver | 8655 Granville Street | 38m | 11s | Buffalo Investment | GBL Architects

    The balconies do look great. It's a nice solid proposal, and will fit in nicely in that area.
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    Vancouver | 443 Seymour Street | 103m | 29s | Reliance Properties | Kohn Pedersen Fox

    This is a great looking project. I wonder if they are using real copper? I wouldn't care for how it would look after oxidization.
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    Vancouver | The Butterfly | 179m | 57s | Westbank | Revery Architecture

    Me too. That was some nasty weather we had. Overall I like Vancouver's winters, but just wish there was more sunny days. Can't have it all I guess.
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    Vancouver | The Stack | 162m | 36s | Oxford Properties | James KM Cheng

    I don't think it'll be at grade yet. The last update was Dec 23rd, and then there was Christmas break. It'll be getting close though.
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    NEW WESTMINSTER | Pier West | ?m | 53s | Bosa Development | Amanat Architect

    Very slow progress. I almost forgot about this one.
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    Vancouver | The Butterfly | 179m | 57s | Westbank | Revery Architecture

    It's amazing how people react to a bit of cold or snow. Having lived on the prairies most of my life, these people have no idea what cold is lol.
  12. Rising Mist

    Vancouver | The Butterfly | 179m | 57s | Westbank | Revery Architecture

    It's a bit deeper, but has been slow the last few weeks. Because of Christmas holidays?
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    Vancouver | The Smithe | 88m | 27s | Boffo Developments | GBL Architects

    I like the way this one is turning out. Looks better than I expected.
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    COQUITLAM | High Point | 51 fl

    Nice to hear. I was looking forward to seeing this going up.
  15. Rising Mist

    Vancouver | 400 West Georgia Street | 92m | 24s | Westbank | Merrick Architecture

    The concrete core must be getting close to topping out by now.
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    BURNABY | Fulton House | ?m | 41s | Polygon Homes | Buttjes

    Brentwood's skyline is looking a lot like Dubai these days.
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    Vancouver | Senakw Development | ?m | 56s | Squamish Nation | Revery Architecture

    Best thing to do if you're Squamish first nation is start large, going way over what you need, and then make it look like you're compromising down to something decent.
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    Vancouver | Coquitlam Centre | ?m | ?s | Morguard Corporation

    Pretty ambitious idea. I like it, Coquitlam taking on Burnaby for king of the skylines!
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    BURNABY | Kings Crossing | ?m | 36 fl | Cressey | IBI Group

    The glass really does look good. I'd kill to see a 50 floor office tower with that kind of glass.

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