Some of the best views of the Toronto skyline can be found in the neighbourhoods east of the downtown core. The high-rise apartment and condominium towers of Regent Park, such as Daniels' One Park Place complex, offer unobstructed vantage points looking across Toronto in all directions, as well as angles on the city's countless construction projects. 

Toronto Skyline, Regent ParkThe Toronto skyline viewed from Regent Park, image by Jack Landau

In the immediate foreground of the image above, TCHC's Block 22, soon to be known as 180 Sackville. Below we zoom in for a closer look.

TCHC Regent Park Block 22 TCHC's Regent Park Block 22, image by Jack Landau

Zooming in on the city centre, we can see a number of commercial and residential developments rising into the skyline. The tallest project under construction in the city right now is Canderel's 78-storey Aura at College Park, which has recently pushed past its final residential level and is soon to top out.

Aura at College Park seen from Regent ParkAura at College Park seen from Regent Park, image by Jack Landau

The central skyline cluster has several other new additions rising as well. In the image below, we can see the 47-storey Theatre Park nearly topped-out, while the twin yellow tower cranes of the Bay Adelaide Centre's East Tower can be seen to the left.

skyline from Regent ParkTheatre Park and Bay Adelaide East rising into the skyline, image by Jack Landau

Further to the south, more new additions can be found, including Post House CondosICE Condos and L Tower, pictured below (R-L). 

L Tower, ICE Condos, Regent ParkL Tower and ICE Condos' east tower both in late stages of construction, image by Jack Landau

Further to the east, we can see Plaza's Ivory on Adelaide, which now stands structurally complete and partially clad just east of Sherbourne.

Regent Park, Ivory on AdelaideIvory on Adelaide viewed from Regent Park, image by Jack Landau

A few blocks to the southeast, Bresler's Parliament Street Data Centre now stands at 4 storeys, with just one level remaining to build before the facility is topped out.

Regent Park, Parliament Street Data CentreParliament Street Data Centre viewed from Regent Park, image by Jack Landau

To the south of Regent Park, construction continues on the West Don Lands, future home of the 2015 Pan Am Games. Work is nearing completion on the athletes village for the games, while tracks for the new Cherry Street streetcar route can be seen bisecting the neighbourhood.

Cherry Street TTC, West Don Lands aerial viewConstruction progressing in the West Don Lands, image by Jack Landau

On the east side of the neighbourhood, construction is ongoing for the second phase of River City, the first market condominium development in the West Don Lands.

River City, West Don Lands aerial viewConstruction on River City, a market condominium in the West Don Lands, image by Jack Landau

Turning our attention to the northwest, we can see the growing skylines of the Bloor-Yorkville and Church-Wellesley neighbourhoods. The most prominent project in the image below is Great Gulf's X2 Condos at Jarvis and Charles, but it won't be too much longer until Great Gulf's flagship One Bloor East project rises above its neighbours to dominate this view.

Regent Park, Bloor-YorkvilleThe growing Bloor-Yorkville and Church-Wellesley clusters, image by Jack Landau

St. James Town and surrounding areas, including 'The Phoenix', TorontoSt. James Town and surrounding areas, including 'The Phoenix', image by Craig White

With so many high-rises climbing into the skyline and several more moving through the planning and approvals process, we look forward to revisiting these angles in the near future.