The frame for the ramped bridge joining the shorter tower at the Four Seasons Hotel and Residences to the podium is now in place. The bridge? Yes: it's not something that UrbanToronto has paid much attention to until now, but this bridge will allow those living in the shorter of the two towers on the site quick access to the complex's spa, which is at the top of the podium of the larger building. Menkes and Lifetime Development's project continues to grow in the meantime, with both towers over half way up their eventual finished height.

Here is what the bridge's frame looks like joining the two pieces of the architectsAlliance-designed project:

Four Seasons Residences in Toronto by Menkes and architectsAllianceCherrypicker at work on Four Seasons

Four Seasons Residences in Toronto by Menkes and architectsAllianceConnecting bridge at Four Seasons

Four Seasons Residences in Toronto by Menkes and architectsAllianceLooking up at the Four Seasons

Four Seasons Residences in Toronto by Menkes and architectsAllianceLooking up at the Four Seasons

Watch UrbanToronto for more updates from the Four Seasons, coming soon.