The 44-storey East Tower of Brookfield Office Properties ' Bay Adelaide Centre, designed by KPMB Architects and Adamson Associates Architects, topped off in November of 2014 and is now nearing completion as it awaits its interior fit-out.
With its east crane removed in May, the crane on the west side of the tower is now being dismantled. In the image below we get a view of a section of the crane mast being prepared for lowering to the ground, as seen from an office in the Bay Adelaide Centre West Tower.
Another part of the development which is progressing is the heritage component located on the Yonge Street frontage. The facade is made up of pieces of an 1850s building which once stood at the site's southeast corner. East and south walls have become east and north walls, while a portion of the east wall has been extended with a moulded glass-fibre reinforced concrete (GFRC) section which we have looked at in earlier articles.
Now a portion of the hoarding has been taken down revealing large windows and decorated frames at street level. A restaurant is expected in the space.
Once completed, the East Tower of the Bay Adelaide Centre will add 980,000 square feet of commercial space to Toronto's Financial core.
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