UrbanToronto was privileged to tour the Four Seasons construction site in late November, and we have lots of photos to show you. We thought we would launch the series with some of the fantastic views this building has of the rest of the city, from about 30 floors up. Enjoy the tour! Let's start big. Those with with west windows will catch this view if they look to the south.
Slightly to the right we can see on the horizon where the Niagara Escarpment dips at Kelso.
Turning 90 degrees, looking out of the north side, and focusing close in again we get a look at The Florian by Diamante, partially marked by the Four Season's shadow. Buildings of the Yonge Street corridor up to Toronto's midtown core at Eglinton are visible behind.
Move right again, come in close again, and we get a good look at Great Gulf Homes' 18 Yorkville, designed like the Four Seasons, by architectsAlliance, and complete for a couple of years now. In this view 18 Yorville poses as the backdrop for a bucket being lowered for another load of concrete for the Four Seasons.
posted: 2010-12-08 00:43:05