With the exterior cladding nearing the uppermost floors of its second and third towers, the Southcore Financial Centre and Delta Hotel (SFC) complex is that much closer to completion. Rising to the west of the initial first phase 26-storey office tower (branded PwC Tower) at 18 York, the 30-storey Bremner Tower office building and 47-storey Delta Hotel are now dominating the Lower Simcoe and Bremner intersection.

Under development by Great West Life and bcIMC, the ambitious project just south of the tracks occupies a full block from York to Lower Simcoe Streets at the centre of Toronto's expanding financial core and entertainment district. This photo update revealing the development of the buildings' glass skin installation is made possible by UrbanToronto forum members who have shot the project from every which angle.

Southcore Financial Centre and Delta Hotel, Great West Life, bcIMCCranes at Southcore Financial Centre and Delta Hotel, as seen from Roundhouse Park, photo by UT forum member philofra

Southcore Financial Centre and Delta Hotel, Great West Life, bcIMCSFC as seen from Front Street, photo by UT forum member Jack Landau

Southcore Financial Centre and Delta Hotel, Great West Life, bcIMCTop of SFC complex as seen above Union Station, photo by UT forum member someMidTowner

Southcore Financial Centre and Delta Hotel, Great West Life, bcIMCDelta Hotel tower as seen from York Street, photo by UT forum member someMidTowner

Southcore Financial Centre and Delta Hotel, Great West Life, bcIMCSFC as seen from Bremner Blvd, photo by UT forum member MafaldaBoy 

Southcore Financial Centre and Delta Hotel, Great West Life, bcIMCPartial city skyline with SFC to the left, photo by UT forum member MafaldaBoy

Southcore Financial Centre and Delta Hotel, Great West Life, bcIMCNight shot of Southcore Financial Centre and Delta Hotel, photo by UT forum member someMidTowner

Looking for more information? A comprehensive collection of renderings and additional facts regarding the Southcore Financial Centre/Delta Hotel can be found on the project’s dataBase page, linked below. To get involved in the discussion, please visit the associated forum thread, here, or voice your opinion in the comments section below.