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The Globe's Fred Lum explores where the neighbourhood's major construction projects are planned or under way

A proposal notice is on display in Toronto’s King-Spadina district, the site of a colossal building boom.FRED LUM/The Globe and Mail

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46 Charlotte St.: A cyclist rides past the site of a proposed 46-storey condo tower, to be built on a footprint of just 450 square metres.FRED LUM/The Globe and Mail

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46 Charlotte St.: The site, photographed from the fourth floor of a nearby office building, is currently a small parking lot, but has had an application proposal submitted for a condominium that will rise 46 storeys and be built on a footprint of just 450 square metres.FRED LUM/The Globe and Mail

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24 Mercer St.: This heritage building is the site of a proposed 17-storey condominium. It would be sandwiched between an existing condo on one side and the Le Germain Hotel Toronto Mercer on the other.FRED LUM/The Globe and Mail

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King Street West and Blue Jays Way: Construction cranes loom over the site of the Greenland King Blue Condominiums project.FRED LUM/The Globe and Mail

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19 Duncan St.: The site, shown from the top level of a nearby parking garage, will have a 57-storey condominium built over it.FRED LUM/The Globe and Mail

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19 Duncan St.: Condominiums rise behind the site of a future 57-storey condominium tower.FRED LUM/The Globe and Mail

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40 Widmer St.: Through a viewing hole cut out of construction hoarding, passersby can look at work under way where row houses used to be. The site has been levelled in preparation for a 41-storey condominium.FRED LUM/The Globe and Mail

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40 Widmer St.: Through a viewing hole cut out of construction hoarding, passersby can look at work under way where row houses used to be. The site has been levelled in preparation for a 41-storey condominium.FRED LUM/The Globe and Mail

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