For this instalment on the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences by Menkes Developments, Lifetime Developments, and Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Urban Toronto brings you more views inside and out, courtesy of Dominic Defilippis, Superintendent for Residential Construction for Menkes.
The southwest tower had reached the 35th floor by the time of our visit.
Peeking through the weatherwall enclosure toward CityPlace and the hi-rises by Fort York
No. 10 Bellair
Southwest view across a corner balcony; the channel is for radiant floor heating.
Fresh air intake units
Close-up of the weatherwall enclosure
The weatherwall pushes away updrafts, catches potential falling debris, and serves as a storage platform.
New playground / field area at Jesse Ketchum Public School, paid for with Section 37 funds from the Four Seasons project
Flying formwork table
The view north
Looking onto the residential terrace atop the amenities podium
The northeast tower progressing rapidly
Spectacular south-facing views from the 24th floor, the first residential floor