Mizrahi Developments' The One remains among the most popular projects on UrbanToronto, taking the #1 spot in our monthly top ten hottest projects every month since September, 2020, and registering in the top three every month going all the way back to November, 2019. The under-construction project's bold design by Foster + Partners and Core Architects and its lofty supertall height—approved at 85 storeys and now gunning for 94—have generated plenty of attention, and now, new renderings offer a taste of the interiors of the ANDAZ hotel that will be located within the mixed-use development.
It was revealed back in May, 2019, that the Hyatt Hotels' ANDAZ brand will make its first Toronto appearance with the ANDAZ Toronto–Yorkville hotel, planned to occupy floors 4 through 16 of the building. The 160-room property will boast more than 15 luxury suites, over 12,000 ft² of event and conference space, a spa, and other amenities, including food and beverage spaces.
Renderings recently released by interior designers DesignAgency serve up appetizers of what hotel guests can expect of the new hotel's bar and restaurant spaces.
Among the renderings, one of the images (below) includes a glimpse of one of the hangers that support the floors in the building. Each hanger is affixed to one of the supercolumns that will rise up the exterior of the Canadian record-breaking building.
Meanwhile, the third floor slab has now been poured, while steel posts and beams now reach up to the fourth floor. Canted supports can be seen below which will transfer loads from the central core of the tower floors above out to the perimeter supercolumns.
The ANDAZ Toronto–Yorkville hotel is planned to open its doors to guests in 2023.
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