CIBC SQUARE's second tower in Downtown Toronto can now be recognized by anyone passing by, as over the last several weeks the signature glazing has been applied to its lower tower floors, identifying it as the virtual twin of the first tower. In this image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor Amare, the north tower's concrete elevator core is followed by the steel structure of the floors, weather protection where its concrete floors are being poured, then eventually the glass. In the front right, the completed south tower stands over Bay Street, a staircase riding from the sidewalk in front of it to the park bridge that will span the Union Station Rail Corridor between the two.

image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor Amare

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