Predicting The Shape Of Toronto’s Future Skyline

City Living, Real Estate

As I look out at my largely unobstructed south-west view of downtown – temporarily cloaked today by an almost opaque curtain of snow – I can’t help but wonder what view this vantage point will offer a decade from now.

It seems that construction in this city is never-ending… and ramping up! Even the pandemic was unable to halt the aggregation of construction that is ever transforming the shape, space, and experience of Toronto’s downtown core.

So, 10 years from now, as you stand on Centre Island looking back across the bay at the shoreline, what do you imagine you’ll see? New predictive renderings by Precondo means we no longer have to imagine!

 


*Rendering courtesy of Stephen Velasco & Precondo

 

These 3D renderings of what the Toronto skyline will likely look like in 2030 – created by real estate firm, Precondo – are based on available development filings for the City Of Toronto. Those projects already approved are shown in blue, and proposals awaiting approval are shown in purple.

 


*Rendering courtesy of Stephen Velasco & Precondo

 

Precondo Founder, Jordan Scrinko, believes that Pinnacle’s 95-storey SkyTower (Yonge and Lakeshore), and Great Gulf’s pair of 91- and 81-storey towers (King W near University) will have the most significant visual impact on Toronto’s internationally recognized skyline.

 

While this is a fairly arresting look of what’s to come, there will likely be many more developments proposed and approved in the coming years, making the shape of Toronto – and the future – impossible to predict.

 

**Much thanks to the Daily Hive and Precondo for the source material. 


 

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