Update for L Tower – December 3, 2015

UPDATE for 8 The Esplanade – L Tower December 3, 2015.

  • The temporary derrick (small crane unit) at the top of the L Tower will be removed starting after 7:00 am Thursday, December 3.
  • The derrick is not functional and needs to be removed. The large tower crane will be used to lower it in sections.
  • As sections our lowered, sections of the north sidewalk between Scott Street and Yonge will be temporarily closed to ensure public safety; pedestrians may use the south side of The Esplanade.
Looking north from the top of the L Tower with the derrick structure that is to be removed from the top of the L Tower beginning December 3

Looking north from the top of the L Tower with the derrick structure that is to be removed from the top of the L Tower beginning December 3

Please click on the link to download a printable PDF Summary Construction Update for Dec 3: L Tower Construction Update-Dec-3-2015

Looking through the temporary derrick set to be removed from the top of the L Tower beginning December 3

Looking through the temporary derrick set to be removed from the top of the L Tower beginning December 3

Crane, Derrick and Ladder. L Tower mechanical penthouse.

Crane, Derrick and Ladder. L Tower mechanical penthouse.

Temporary derrick structure to be removed beginning December 3

Temporary derrick structure to be removed beginning December 3

The top of the L Tower crane seen from the top of the mechanical penthouse.

The top of the L Tower crane seen from the top of the mechanical penthouse.

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 or more frequently, as information or activity warrants, to keep neighbourhood stakeholders informed, with a particular focus on the immediate St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood

 

 

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