Unlike most condo towers in Toronto, One Bloor won’t be consigned to the background. Because of its location, on the southeast corner of Yonge and Bloor, one of the most important intersections in the city, it will be a landmark.
In addition to all the usual condo requirements, One Bloor must do double duty; as well as being home to hundreds and a major retail hub, it’s expected to be a civic icon.
None of this seems to faze architect David Pontarini, who designed the 65-storey structure. He happily admits he has never worked on a project as large as this, but the challenge was one he welcomed.
Read the full article, “One Bloor revels in its own urbanity” at yourhome.ca (April 1, 2010).
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