Our visit to the Trump International Hotel and Tower ends today with a trip up to the 46th storey (or 47th floor) of the project, and the views, hinted at of course in our earlier articles, are pretty spectacular. The proximity of Trump to neighbouring buildings plays off the mid-distance and distant horizon views taken in with a quick turn of the head, or indeed all at once depending where one looks, for an amazing cityscape outstretched before you. Our opening shot below looks towards the northwest corner of the building, and we will rotate to the right around the tower from there.

46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

Looking directly north we get Trump's closest neighbour, the west and first tower of the Bay Adelaide Centre. City Hall figures in the lower left corner.

View north from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, imagView north from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

Looking up we see KPMG's 51st floor sign which shines rather brightly at night. Once residents move into Trump we expect the City will force the sign to be turned off at night, and possibly be removed altogether.

View of Bay Adelaide West from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel View of Bay Adelaide West from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

Looking east from this spot we can see a loading platform extending from the 46th storey, ready to receive any materials the crane may lift.

View from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by CView from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

From the northwest corner we get a series of views, looking up again, with the Trump crane and weather wall caught in reflection, with a close-up of the same following.

View of Bay Adelaide West from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel View of Bay Adelaide West from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

Crane reflected in Bay Adelaide West from the 46th storey of the Trump InternatiCrane reflected in Bay Adelaide West from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

Looking down from this same spot we see the second setback many floors below. Arnell Plaza at the Bay Adelaide Centre can be seen at right.

View down from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, imageView down from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

The view from the east side. The Beach, and the Upper Beach, and the North Upper Beach, or whatever you call it, is leafy green in the distance.

View east from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, imageView east from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

On the southeast corner, the Bay Adelaide Centre reflects the CN Tower and closer buildings.

View of Scotia Plaza from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and TView of Scotia Plaza from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

Cranes for Waterlink at Pier 27 can be seen between Scotia Plaza and the Bay Wellington Tower at Brookfield Place.

View southeast from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, View southeast from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

The south view, with a jumble of skyscrapers and parks and lake, is pretty amazing.

View south from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, imagView south from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

We zero in on Bay Street below, where bankers look like ants.

View down Bay Street from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and TView down Bay Street from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

Harbourfront can be viewed between golden Royal Bank Plaza and the more distant Maple Leaf Square.

View south from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, imagView south from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

The renovations at First Canadian Place are prominent to the southwest.

View southwest from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, View southwest from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

Looking up for a more focused view.

First Canadian Place from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and TFirst Canadian Place from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

The west stretches on forever.

View west from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, imageView west from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

Zooming in, construction at the Shangri-La is prominent, while you have to hunt a little more for Cinema Tower's crane.

Zoomed view west from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and TowerZoomed view west from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

Finally, we back out for fuller view.

Western panorama from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and TowerWestern panorama from the 46th storey of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, image by Craig White

So, that's it for this visit to the Trump. We hope to bring you back in for an update in a couple of months! Remember you can always click on our images for larger versions. Links below the story will take you to our render-ful dataBase pages for the projects mentioned in this article, and links are also provided to UrbanToronto's forum threads where you can join in the discussion on these buildings, and feel free to leave comments here too.