Construction of The Library Hotel Collection's 406-suite Hotel X at Exhibition Place has made significant progress since we last covered the project back in September 2014. Designed by NORR Architects with New York-based Stephen B Jacobs Group, and being built by Brookfield Multiplex, the new hotel now stands just a few storeys short of the final 29-storey height.

Hotel X, The Library Hotel Collection, Exhibition Place, NORR, BrookfieldSouthwest facing view of Hotel X, image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor Automation Gallery

Precast concrete finishes are now being applied to the north side of the development, which will house a 30 foot tall lobby. Above the lobby, a large steel-frame can now be seen being assembled, which will eventually contain the hotel's 71,000 square foot sports facility. 

Hotel X, The Library Hotel Collection, Exhibition Place, NORR, BrookfieldSouthwest facing view of Hotel X's podium, image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor Automation Gallery

The facility will feature a 6,000 square foot weights/cardio/physical therapy centre, a 7,000 square foot yoga/dance/Pilates centre, 10 squash courts including 2 American doubles courts, 4 indoor tennis courts, and a 9,100 square foot spa with terrace and private gym area for guests.

Hotel X, The Library Hotel Collection, Exhibition Place, NORR, BrookfieldHotel X's podium viewed from the north side of Princes Boulevard, image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor Automation Gallery

The hotel will also offer two ballrooms with drop down ceiling partitions, 11 meeting rooms, 2 screening rooms, and a 294-seat two level 3D-capable 'Cinematech'. Guests will find convenient retail shops, and multiple restaurants including a rooftop bar and restaurant. In addition, the building will be directly connected to the Allstream Centre to the east via a new skybridge.

Hotel X, The Library Hotel Collection, Exhibition Place, NORR, BrookfieldHotel X's podium viewed from the north side of Princes Boulevard, image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor Automation Gallery

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