'that's a sad picture'
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LOL thought you only got those colors in portuguese housing :-D
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Posted by Sandra Rocha at May 4, 2004 06:18 PM
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hmm... for all i know this might be portuguese housing ;)

i live in toronto and all the new housing looks like this, and it's everywhere. ugh. they've ruined a perfectly nice industrial wasteland here with these, in my opinion.

Posted by matto at May 4, 2004 09:46 PM
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This is amazing. I do wonder whether it will give the occupants a greater sense of well being knowing there walls are pink and yellow!

Like you site - particularly the wood shots and 'employment equity' Will be back,

Cheers,

Liz

Posted by Liz at May 5, 2004 05:33 PM
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Yeah, Once all those King railyard "village" tofts go in that area will be so different. We were talking a few weeks ago about the massive change that area has already gone through in the last 4-5 years.

Posted by Davin at May 8, 2004 11:46 AM
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~a unique pattern here, colorwise and the repetition of the structures is eye-catching, an xlnt find and subject IMO~

Posted by btezra at May 11, 2004 08:43 AM
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The pink is from a waterproof material that they wrap the walls with. I think it's called Kydex or something like that. Once the buildings are finished, they'll have walls covering that stuff up.

(I like the pink and yellow colors against the drab ugly railroad tracks.)

Posted by Drew at May 24, 2005 06:36 PM
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