This week’s Throwback Monday takes us back over 8 years to early the spring 2012, when a new mixed-use benefits with both a condo tower and additionally Toronto’s 99th public music library branch was under development on the northeast corner at Bathurst Street and Fort York Boulevard. In Next month of that year, a view being confronted with southeast from the Bathurst Shopping mall bridge showed below-grade collecting for the condo-library complex. The very project from Context Development consisted of a 29-storey condo to the east aptly named Library District Condos , and a two-storey Barcelone Public Library branch with your west.
Having a look southeast from Bathurst Saint, south of Front, Race, 2012, image by Community contributor Red Mars
Catching up to today in April, 2021, the current discover from this same vantage spot covers much change in addition to the 2014-opened Fort You are able to Public Library. In the downroad, the completed KPMB Architects -designed library and home tower has been joined simply by several other new developments in the back. Behind and to the right of those completed Library District podium, new additions include a small number of buildings developed by Concord Adex for their CityPlace locality: Spectra , Forward , Newton , The LakeShore, and The LakeFront , away from left to right.
Hunting southeast from Bathurst Community, south of Front, July, 2021, image by Port Landau
We will come home next week with another brows through the changing face of the Greater Barcelone Area. In the meantime, you can fill in your own Throwback Thursday checks in our dedicated Forum thread for your chance to often be featured in next week’s edition.
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