The Eaton Centre is now nine months into their two-year-long $120 Million revitalization, so we are popping in for a quick look. Much of the major work remains to be done - recreating the north food court, the new tree planting program, and the major light sculpture in the galleria by United Visual Artists are mysteries for the time being — but much of the work on the galleria's railings and floor have been completed. Work to update the elevator cabs has started too. Let's take a quick look around.

The lower food court covered from view:

Photo of Eaton Centre renovations by Cadillac Fairview

The galleria with new railings and floor:

Rendering of Eaton Centre renovations by Cadillac Fairview

Rendering of Eaton Centre renovations by Cadillac Fairview

Rendering of Eaton Centre renovations by Cadillac Fairview

One of two elevator cabs reclad:

Rendering of Eaton Centre renovations by Cadillac Fairview

Have you popped into the Eaton Centre lately? What's your take? Comment here, or join in the conversation at UrbanToronto's thread for the project by clicking on the link below.

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