Toronto The Well | 174.03m | 46s | RioCan | Hariri Pontarini

Mar 17, 2022

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These are all getting really close to be topped out. Building C is on the last (14th) level. Building D looks like 1-2 levels to go till 22 levels. Same for Building E with 1-2 to go till 39 levels. Last but not least, Building F has another 5 or so till the 46th level.

A few months from now there will be no more cranes when at some point not too long ago there were 7 or 8 operating.
 
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7 interconnected buildings plus canopy and the deep lake water cooling and hot water distribution network and the eventual connection to the neighboring rail network, et al.

What a job for the project management/project manager team (s). Imagine the size of their office space. More than a few cubicles.

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It literally feels like the other day we were looking at a giant circular pit being dug for the Enwave Deep Water cooling system on this site, and now the site has just exploded upwards to all of this!
nothing like a global pandemic to make the time fly!
 
Judging by the fact that the parade 2 wasnt complete and reve condos is in progress, this is probably either 2009 or 2010. also taken from panorama condos?
I think it was 2011. Yes, I used to live in Panorama, PH level. Don't regret leaving though. Today I'd be facing a wall of condos. Even The Well may not be visible from that unit now (PH is only Level 28).
 
I think it was 2011. Yes, I used to live in Panorama, PH level. Don't regret leaving though. Today I'd be facing a wall of condos. Even The Well may not be visible from that unit now (PH is only Level 28).
I believe this would have been early spring, 2009. The 550 Wellington building / Thompson Hotel, on the north side of Reve and Portland Park Place ,was still under construction, with the basic structure in place, but the exterior cladding still to be installed. The 550 Wellington building was essentially complete, with first residents taking occupancy, in December 2009. Registration of the condominiums was in May 2010, and the Thompson Hotel opened in June 2010.
 
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I believe this would have been early spring, 2009. The 550 Wellington building / Thompson Hotel, on the north side of Reve and Portland Park Place ,was still under construction, with the basic structure in place, but the exterior cladding still to be installed. The 550 Wellington building was essentially complete, with first residents taking occupancy, in December 2009. Registration of the condominiums was in May 2010, and the Thompson Hotel opened in June 2010.
Nah, we're certainly in late 2010 here. Reve's crane went up at the end of April 2010 so I'd say that picture is late October or early November 2010.
 
I believe this would have been early spring, 2009. The 550 Wellington building / Thompson Hotel, on the north side of Reve and Portland Park Place ,was still under construction, with the basic structure in place, but the exterior cladding still to be installed. The 550 Wellington building was essentially complete, with first residents taking occupancy, in December 2009. Registration of the condominiums was in May 2010, and the Thompson Hotel opened in June 2010.
It can't be because I didn't live there in 2009 and I took that photograph. I only moved to that unit in October 2010.
 

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