L Tower November 28 – December 4, 2015

8 The Esplanade – L Tower Saturday, November 28 – December 4, 2015.

The canopy along  Yonge and The Esplanade has been painted and the glass has been installed on the Yonge Street side. The glass installation will be completed on The Esplanade edges this coming week. There may be temporary impacts on The Esplanade and Yonge Street sidewalks; paid duty officers will be on hand as required. 
L Tower Canopy and scaffolding for the glass installation on The Esplanade

L Tower Canopy and scaffolding for the glass installation on The Esplanade

L Tower Glass Canopy looking up from Yonge Street

L Tower Glass Canopy looking up from Yonge Street

Yonge Street at the L Tower

Yonge Street at the L Tower

In addition to the now installed canopy lighting and temporary lights around the fencing at the base of the tower crane, there will be new street lamps installed by Toronto Hydro along The Esplanade between Scott Street and Yonge Street. Toronto Hydro. It is expected that the permanent street lights will be installed in the first quarter of 2016. In the meantime The L Tower construction management team will install interim street lighting to enhance the evening light levels and replace the temporary lights in use now.
The Esplanade north side looking toward Yonge Street

The Esplanade north side looking toward Yonge Street

NOTE for L Tower Residents

We get enquires from L Tower residents about the progress of internal work in the building. While we are happy to direct these enquiries to the appropriate people, please note that the purpose of this site is to provide construction information to external neighbourhood stakeholders, particularly in the immediate St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood. 

  •  We post construction information updates weekly on Fridays  and Mondays, or more frequently, as information or activity warrants, to keep neighbourhood stakeholders informed, with a particular focus on the immediate St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood.
  • We will post new information about the maintenance platform work and the eventual crane removal as it becomes available to us.

 

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