Pantages Tower

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Pantages Tower
Pantages Tower.JPG
General information
Status Complete
Type Residential, Hotel
Coordinates 43°39′18″N 79°22′44″W / 43.655°N 79.379°W / 43.655; -79.379Coordinates: 43°39′18″N 79°22′44″W / 43.655°N 79.379°W / 43.655; -79.379
Completed 2003
Technical details
Floor count 45

Pantages Tower is a condominium and boutique hotel built near the Ed Mirvish Theatre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

At 139.6 metres and 45 floors, the glass tower was completed in 2003.

The Postmodern tower was designed by Moshe Safdie and Core Architects Inc for developers Dundee Corp and Intracorp.

Acclaimed British Milliner Nick Smith resided at the hotel for several months in 2006 to write his début novel "Rock Royalty: Diary of a Supermodel".

History[edit]

The initial proposal for the site called for a second theatre to be built, with an adjoining hotel to also be included. It was the financial collapse of Livent that caused the plans to be dropped.

Education[edit]

The tower is assigned to the following schools:

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