Urban Toronto’s August visit to the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences wraps up with this report. The two-tower complex, designed by architectsAlliance and developed by Menkes and Lifetime Developments, and the Four Seasons chain of luxury hotels, is currently under construction in Toronto's Yorkville neighbourhood. For our third and final installment for the time being, Urban Toronto takes you up to the first floor of residential suites on the twenty-second level of the south tower.
This part of the building was still in basic form and open to sky at the time of our visit, which afforded stunning and unobstructed views of the fast-developing Bloor-Yorkville area and beyond.
A view north toward Minto Midtown at Yonge and Eglinton. The Florian is under construction at the bottom left. To the immediate right of The Florian is the site of the upcoming Yorkville Residences, where the Moriyama & Teshima Architects building now stands.
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The future and the past are brought together in this image that marks the end of our coverage of the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences. Many thanks to Goran Skara of Menkes Developments for hosting Urban Toronto so graciously. We look forward to bringing you more hard-hat tours of this and other projects in the weeks and months ahead.