Gallery: PHOTOS: Daniel Libeskind’s Knife-Like L Tower Rises in Toronto

As construction moves forward, workers are preparing to work on the building's most striking feature: that sharp curve that begins on the upper floors. When it's completed, the new building will feature 600 new condos with a fitness centre, a spa, an indoor
 
As construction moves forward, workers are preparing to work on the building's most striking feature: that sharp curve that begins on the upper floors. When it's completed, the new building will feature 600 new condos with a fitness centre, a spa, an indoor pool, and underground parking. The building is expected to be completed by the end of 2012.

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  1. H Bergen June 26, 2012 at 11:47 am

    Libeskind ruined the ROM. L-Tower promises to be an even bigger eyesore. Why was such an awful architect allowed to work in Toronto again?

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