Hold on, that's an interesting idea. Maybe there are 85 storeys but they're just calling it a "95-storey tower" because they skipped 10 numbers. Maybe Concord hasn't actually changed anything.The balconies on the East side appear to extend slightly higher now (above the break in the mechanical levels), and it looks like balconies were also added to the south face.
Definitely a Casa-efficiation of the original design.
Even (assuming) absent floors ending in ‘4’, this may end up being shortest 95 storey tower in the world.
Interesting. Anyone want to manually count the number of floors on the Concord renderings?Hold on, that's an interesting idea. Maybe there are 85 storeys but they're just calling it a "95-storey tower" because they skipped 10 numbers. Maybe Concord hasn't actually changed anything.
Honestly, despite my doubt, I was hoping maybe Concord would realize all the negative feedback on their work at city place and just erase everything by making YSL a true landmark.Don't worry, Concord will surprise us with the best aesthetically designed tower in North America based on their atrocious work at City Place
Some say that if you look in the dictionary for 'Delusions of Grandeur' the Concord Adex logo is right next to it...
Time Warner Centre and the TransAmerica Pyramid, dear lord. neither of these developments are anything like this. Which copywriter that hasn't spent a minute in development came up with this? they aren't even the same asset class.
The Ancient Egyptians are known to play switcharoo:or The Great Pyramid of Giza. A bit on the brutalist side but nevertheless a true classic...