After years of “testing” and dealing with technical issues, it now appears that Lightline, the thin rod of LED light that covers the full height of Toronto’s Trump International Tower & Hotel, is operating consistently. The above video was shot on the evening of December 14th from Adelaide Street West and Peter Street.

The public art feature by artist Michael Snow broke in late 2012 and has been on and (mostly) off ever since. Over the past several nights, the 57-storey tower has been casting its glow across the city’s downtown core.

The controversy-plagued building is currently on the market for $300 million and may get a name change once it’s been purchased.

Homepage photo by James Bombales

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