UrbanToronto member sodapop recently snapped Trump Toronto from an angle that has not been seen before on our website, one that reveals a great deal more about how the Zeidler Partnership Architects-designed tower will eventually change the make up of our core skyline. Sodapop's first two images below were taken from a few blocks to the northwest of Trump, and from about 40 floors up the Sheraton Centre hotel. As you can see, this is approximately the same height as where Talon International-developed building is so far in its rise towards 60 storeys, although with taller individual floor heights, Trump is only in the mid-30s storeys still.

Trump International Hotel and Tower in Toronto by Talon and Zeidler ArchitectsImage by sodapop

Trump International Hotel and Tower in Toronto by Talon and Zeidler ArchitectsImage by sodapop

Sodapop's last image is taken from a more familiar angle to UrbanToronto readers, at Nathan Phillips Square. Set amongst bank towers which have each set themselves apart on the skyline with their own colour - TD Centre black, Commerce Court silver, First Canadian Place white, Scotia Plaza red, Royal Bank Plaza gold (Royal Bank Plaza lies beyond the edge of any three of these images) - it is becoming apparent as the cladding continues to rise that Trump's dark green windows and medium green spandrels will stand out more from its surroundings than maybe any other neighbouring tower.

Trump International Hotel and Tower in Toronto by Talon and Zeidler ArchitectsImage by sodapop