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GALLERY: See which Toronto buildings took home Pug Awards this year

GALLERY: See which Toronto buildings took home Pug Awards this year
The Shops of Summerhill won the Paul Oberman Adaptive Reuse and Heritage Restoration Award

This year’s Pug Awards, a kind of people’s choice awards for Toronto architecture, were handed out last night. After a month of online voting, the Centre for Green Cities at Evergreen Brick Works and 83 Redpath ended up with the prizes for the best new commercial and residential building, respectively. You may have missed your chance to pick the winners—and losers, since Pug identifies the bottom-ranked buildings in each category as well—but that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a look at all the prize-winning designs and let us know if you agree. 

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