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July 29 - a couple of photos. A general view, providing a perspective on the overall scale and size of The Well, and a more detailed view showing the angled support beams in Building D.

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Two photos. First - after a slower spell, glazing on the west facade of the office tower has been moving along quickly this past week = now reaching the penthouse level. Second, the two tallest residential towers, Buildings D and E, are continuing to move up quickly. Apologies for the photo quality - cell phone camera on almost maximum zoom, along with a bit of haze this afternoon.

On a side note - the office tower crane has been working extremely long hours. On Wednesday evening, finished up at 9:50 PM, with the operator going down the external construction hoist at 10:00 PM. On Thursday evening, the crane was working until some point between 9 and 10 PM.

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Super reflective window wall on that third tower. This complex is always much more impressive in person than photos can make it out to be, the scale is breathtaking.

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Also a small update on the retail, the pet store chain Bone & Biscuits now has a basement unit here, their first entry into the Toronto market proper. Great location as there aren't many other pet stores nearby.
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Slightly off topic, but this photo beautifully illustrates the differences between window wall and curtainwall, especially in the way they attach to the slab. Curtainwall, on the right, sits entirely off of the slab, as illustrated by that top panel. Window wall, on the other hand, rest on the slab itself, and requires much more apparent spandrel to hide the slab edge between floors; clearly illustrated on the left.
 

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