Ten York Street Condos | 224.02m | 65s | Tridel | Wallman Architects

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Corner balconies plus glazing installation on the pointiest podium in Toronto. Taken this afternoon.

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Note bottom balcony on NE corner as well.

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Note dangling new window to the left...and final one for this section on the ground.

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...there are also piles of 'Brampton Bricks' to the right of the mini crane. Not sure where they're going...

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New window installation...


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Measuring for final window installation...

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White fin on front tip is a nice touch too.

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I wonder if it is actually pointier than Pure Spirit's? Aesthetically, I prefer Pure Spirit.
I feel like someone needs to pull up the architectural plans of each from the City's development app site and use a protractor
 

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Two questions I would like to know what's going into the space of the pointed area an interior garden with trees? And what's the white specs on the clear glass of the pointed podium?
 

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It's going to be really difficult keeping eyes on the road with all the new and proposed builds. Already, my head wants to swivel as I enter the canyon. God help us if we ever get some really captivating architecture.
 

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Two questions I would like to know what's going into the space of the pointed area an interior garden with trees? And what's the white specs on the clear glass of the pointed podium?
The white specks are a frit to satisfy the city's bird friendly glass guidelines

A combination of mechanical space on the lower level and the amenity space

 

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