The L Tower in Toronto gets its name from its dramatic shape as it swoops down from 57 stories high and out to one side just like the letter.
Illustrations and pictures of the L Tower in Toronto show that it will be a striking piece of architecture with an immense amount of glass. The tip of the condo residences, located at Yonge and Front Street, swoops upward into a smooth curve, arching over what must be a remarkable, light-filled penthouses with an extraordinary view of Canada’s largest city.
The L Tower in Toronto is the design of architect Daniel Libeskind who created this structure as a redevelopment of the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts. Condo prices will range from $200,000 to over one million dollars; the L Tower is expected to be complete in 2011.
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