Toronto's architectural legacy influences new developments
from Metro News
The city of glass condominium towers evolved from earlier architectural styles that defined the eras prior to Toronto's great millennial condo boom. And there are some who long for a return to a more classic and elegant approach. Toronto is home to many fine examples of Art Deco-styled buildings, a number of which have been transformed into modern condo spaces. The Tip Top Lofts by Context Developments is an ornate 1920s era building on the Lake Shore, designed by Bishop and Miller architects that underwent a complete makeover in 2002.
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