(Source: National Post)
A crane was assembled at the corner of Bay and Harbour streets in recent weeks, and Scott Dickson rejoiced.
Tower geeks such as Mr. Dickson had feared that the fourth tower of the Pinnacle Centre development [map; details], kitty-corner from the Air Canada Centre, had been felled by the recession. Its name, which seemed ironic at the time, was Success Tower II.
Like virtually the entire complement of Toronto’s planned mega-skyscrapers, which includes 18,400-metre-plus monoliths under construction at the moment, Success II survived the rough winds of the recession without its financing toppling over.
Read Adam McDowell’s full article “Skyline unlimited” in the National Post (January 19, 2010).