June 14, 2010
Work continues on Shangri-la Toronto hotel and residences
WILLIAM CONWAY/PROGRESS PHOTOGRAPHY
A look from above shows work moving along on the Shangri-la Toronto hotel and residences. Construction manager for the 66-storey, 572-unit project is 180 University Management Inc. The owner is Westbank Projects Corp.
The work includes a fitness centre, retail space, a theatre and eight levels of underground parking.
Completion has been scheduled for early 2012 and the project was designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects / James K M Cheng Architect Inc.
Consultants are: Adjeleian Allen Rubeli Ltd. / Jones Kwong Kishi (structural); M.V. Shore Associates (1993) Ltd. / Sterling Cooper & Associates Ltd. (mechanical); Nemetz (S/A) & Associates Ltd. (electrical); and Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg (landscape).
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