Northern Light

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Photos taken Oct 27th, 2021:

First, peeking out from Yorkville Avenue, btw Yonge and Bay:

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South elevation:

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Same, but zoomed out, in context:

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Reminds you of granny's couch, doesn't it? Too good not to cover in plastic sheets!

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Scale shot, human, column:

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I walked by the building yesterday afternoon, and took a peek inside. It looked like there was a set of stairs in the centre leading to below ground in the centre of the space.
 

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Is it standard practice now to start putting the cladding on the lower levels while the upper levels are still being poured? I thought they used to pour the whole building and then do cladding, but perhaps I misremember. More exciting this way for sure.
 

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Is it standard practice now to start putting the cladding on the lower levels while the upper levels are still being poured? I thought they used to pour the whole building and then do cladding, but perhaps I misremember. More exciting this way for sure.
yes just usually the pour is far ahead
 

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