A creative project such as the L Tower deserves an equally unique perspective. Taken from The Esplanade, the stereographic view of a 360-degree panorama centred on the Libeskind-designed tower captures the building as part of the larger urban environment. No longer a single tower in space, the image allows you to compare the building to Brookfield Place to the left, Pinnacle Centre to the right, and the CN Tower above. The image was taken from GO Transit's bus platform on the east side of Yonge Street.

Stereographic view of the L Tower, image by udo

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