As far as a major office developments go in Toronto this is one of the better ones. The concourse facade is the most appealing element- maintaining historic texture at street level and eat-west vistas. I agree with AoD on the angled west facade too- a refreshing change. It's proportions are more bulky than elegant though, it's angles fall short of dramatic, a tower of this magnitude would have looked better taller imo.
 
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EY Tower by Marcus Mitanis, on Flickr

EY Tower by Marcus Mitanis, on Flickr

EY Tower by Marcus Mitanis, on Flickr

EY Tower by Marcus Mitanis, on Flickr

EY Tower by Marcus Mitanis, on Flickr

EY Tower by Marcus Mitanis, on Flickr

EY Tower by Marcus Mitanis, on Flickr

EY Tower by Marcus Mitanis, on Flickr

EY Tower by Marcus Mitanis, on Flickr

EY Tower by Marcus Mitanis, on Flickr

EY Tower by Marcus Mitanis, on Flickr

EY Tower by Marcus Mitanis, on Flickr

EY Tower by Marcus Mitanis, on Flickr

EY Tower by Marcus Mitanis, on Flickr
 
I love how the light plays off of this building. Two shots from a couple days ago, taken a little under an hour apart.

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The Concourse Building (what's left of it) makes me happy.

This is what I love about big cities. Monumental urban canyons like this are a wonder to behold. I feel sheltered, enveloped, and one even gets shaded from the sun. Wonderful. Another fabulous big city street in Toronto is Victoria; parallel to Yonge but a block east.
 
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The Concourse Building (what's left of it) makes me happy.


This is what I love about big cities. Monumental urban canyons like this are a wonder to behold. I feel sheltered, enveloped, and one even gets shaded from the sun. Wonderful. Another fabulous big city street in Toronto is Victoria; parallel to Yonge but a block east.
Yep, exactly my thoughts.
 

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