Construction starts at Toronto's Aura tower

By Richard High29 April 2010

Construction of Canada’s tallest tower, the 75 storey, 243 m-high Condo at College Park, has started

Construction of Canada’s tallest tower, the 75 storey, 243 m-high Condo at College Park, has started with an official ground breaking ceremony. Image copyright: Graziani + Corazza Architects

Construction of Canada's tallest tower, the 75 storey, 243 m-high Aura at College Park, has started with an official ground breaking ceremony.

As Canada's largest single condominium tower, Aura will include 931 condominium suites over 1.3 million ft2.

Designed by Toronto-based architect Barry Graziani, of Graziani + Corazza Architects, Aura includes 150000 ft2 of space at the podium level, plus additional recreational spaces.

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