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Some of 2013's best new building projects

A few of the new developments that caught the eyes of our writers over the last 12 months

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The Gooderham building at Sherbourne and Bloor will be a splash of colour in a sea of grey. STORY HERE

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Monde, designed by famed Montreal architect Moshe Safdie, the visionary behind Expo ‘67’s Habitat complex. STORY HERE

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155 Redpath, in the fast-changing Yonge/Eglinton district, is ‘unabashedly modern, in the true sense and spirit of modern architecture since the 1930s,” according to designer Peter Clewes. STORY HERE

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Aqualina, the first building in the new Bayside neighbourhood on the city’s eastern waterfront. STORY HERE

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Cube, in Little Italy, designed for Toronto developer Jim Neilas by Quadrangle Architects. STORY HERE

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The proposed redevelopment of the Toronto Star property at the foot of Yonge Street will be a massive project encompassing at least six towers. STORY HERE

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British architect Will Alsop, well-known in Toronto for his daring 'coffee table’ building for the Ontario College of Art and Design, makes another grand gesture, this time the Alaska, slated for Yonge and Lawrence. STORY HERE

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At Sixty Colborne Peter Clewes takes an unusual contextual approach. STORY HERE

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SQ, the first market-rate residential component in the extensive overhaul of Toronto’s 18-acre Alexandra Park neighbourhood, is a 14-storey condo complex designed by Teeple Architects for Tridel. STORY HERE

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Rockport Group is offering up Nest, a low-rise condo project in Hillcrest Village designed by Raw Design and targeted at buyers eager to live in the mid-town neighbourhood nearby the popular Wychwood Barns. STORY HERE

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