Correct me if i'm wrong but weren't most units in the Sutton converted to appartments a while ago? I've been told by others in the hotel industry that less then half the units were actually for the hotel.
One thing I'm wondering: will the conversion maintain the existing aesthetic (or even restore it--including the original signage?)
I do hope they keep the style of the present rooftop signage... the original style seemed overly rigid.
I think the original all-caps treatment probably suited the building's sharp grid better,
I noted that on the previous page. I met someone a few years ago who lives there but haven't been in since the days when the Toronto Film Festival would set up satellite offices there. I believe it's the top half of the building that are rental apartments, some of the east facing apartments even have balconies. When I bought my first condo in Opera Place (phase 1) they launched sales in the top floor ballroom before the trailer/sales office was finally ready at the corner of Bay & Wellesley.
, I cannot believe that this is the HUGE HUGE HUGE project that they are supposed to have in the works for Bay Street. There is nothing huge about it. So I strongly suspect that there is some other Bay Street project they are working on, that has not been officially released yet