We generally think cranes don’t require any embellishment — they look pretty cool on their own. However, the creative minds over at ART Condos, the new project by Triangle West Development, weren’t satisfied with just an ordinary crane.
The crane that soars above the construction site boasts a simple yet effective flourish that ensures everyone in the area knows the name of the development that currently under construction on Dovercourt in Queen West.
Vibrant blue LED rope lights spell out the word ART on the crane. The lights announce the project’s presence and allow the 236 foot tall crane to stand out from the host of plain cranes that populate the city.
Considering that ART is situated in one of Toronto’s most creative districts, this inventive flourish makes a lot of sense and we know that it took a lot of effort to create this wonderful display.

We’re just wondering if other developers will take heed and start creating displays on their tragically underutilized cranes.

Check out a couple more photos of the epic crane below…

While you’re enjoying these stellar view of the cranes, let’s do a little backgrounder on ART. Oleson Worland Architects and Hariri Pontarini are handling architecture for this project while 3rd Uncle Design is working on the interiors.
ART will be 11 storeys and contain 148 units. Units sizes will range from 460 to 1700 square feet.
Amenities include a movie screen room, workout facilities, outdoor terrace with BBQ pit, outdoor jacuzzi and a party room with kitchen facilities.

We just wonder what the creative minds behind ART will come up with next!

For more info call the sales centre at 416 535 7775 or email info@artcondos.ca. Visit the project’s website by clicking right HERE.

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