While the recent aerial performance by Aeriosa at the ceremonial topping off of L-Tower impressed UT Forum members, what everyone's really talking about are the breathtaking images taken by new UT member Skyjacked. Taken from the crane atop the 58-storey tower, we've been treated to panoramic views of the city, as well as some great aerial shots of nearby developments. Last night Skyjacked posted a breathtaking video from atop L-Tower, a full 360-degree view of Toronto and the islands.

The tower's unique location on the eastern periphery of the downtown core provides us the opportunity to see how the city transitions from low- to mid- to high-rise, and how the landscape is subsequently changing in this section of the city. Viewed on full-screen you can see a number of projects currently under construction in the core; RBC Waterpark Place III, Union Station, Waterlink at Pier 27, Market Wharf and The Berczy are a few of the more evident developments in the direct vicinity.

Looking down from the top of the L Tower, image by Skyjacked

Aeriosa performer practicing with 1 King West in the background, image by Skyjacked

Looking down on Front and Hockey Hall of Fame from the top of the L Tower, image by Skyjacked

To check out more great images from the top of L Tower, and to see other member's photos, head over to the project thread here.

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