I know this is overkill, but I love the undulation of the boxes and the play of light on this thing, so here are too many pics of the exterior:

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It's not too many. It's not enough! Love this structure. Great pics.
 
Looks like fibreglass to me
 
New documents have been submitted in support of the Site Plan application. Some of the adjustments from the October 2017 rezoning submission are spelled out below (this was all approved in principle at LPAT in August):
  • Revised massing to lower the two south peaks, middle south peak and north peak.
  • Southern facing valleys lowered.
  • South arch entrance to the courtyard widened at grade.
  • Increases in building setbacks/stepbacks led to reduction in residential and commercial GFA.
  • Minimum setbacks from south property line increased, increased setback from east facade of 489 King.
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Database has also been updated with the above renderings.
 

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I'll be adding a few more windowed detail pics from these rather gorgeous renderings. (I wonder how much fine print will cover the landscaping of the building: writing it up will keep some lawyers well paid for a bit. Will the terraces be plumbed for drip irrigation for these things, or what? I assume purchasers will be required to either care for the plantings, or allow access so the condo corp can do it.)

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New documents have been submitted in support of the Site Plan application. Some of the adjustments from the October 2017 rezoning submission are spelled out below (this was all approved in principle at LPAT in August):
  • Revised massing to lower the two south peaks, middle south peak and north peak.
  • Southern facing valleys lowered.
  • South arch entrance to the courtyard widened at grade.
  • Increases in building setbacks/stepbacks led to reduction in residential and commercial GFA.
  • Minimum setbacks from south property line increased, increased setback from east facade of 489 King.

It's so unusual to hear about peaks and valleys in describing a Toronto condo :).
 

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