Toronto’s growth spurt isn’t over just yet. While we’ve built or are building more super-tall skyscrapers (200 metres or higher) over the past three years than in all previous years combined, that’s nothing compared to what could be coming: There are a grand total of 16 buildings taller than 200 metres currently planned. Here’s how they’d measure up on our skyline.
Data courtesy of the City of Toronto’s City Planning Division. For proposed projects, only those for which planning applications have been submitted to the city are included (and those could still get taller or shorter—or, possibly, not be built at all).
CORRECTION (May 22, 4 p.m.): When it was first published, this chart mistakenly included an outdated height and number of storeys for Aura College Park, and misidentified Ïce Condominiums at York Centre. Thanks to reader Craig White for catching the errors.
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