The Trump Tower in Toronto, Canada, is making progress on its construction, with the hotel floors of the building nearing completion.The construction crews are currently working on level 27 and the granite and glass curtain wall is being installed. Work is also focusing on placing the exterior panels on the twelfth floor and installation is gathering pace. In addition, the interior dry walling of the eighth, ninth and tenth floors is now under way.
The hotel is set to be completed next year and is aiming to be the most luxurious residential building in Canada. The tower is to feature 118 luxury residences as well as 261 hotel guest rooms and suites. The hotel’s rooms will be situated on the lower floors of the building, on levels 11-29 and there will be more than 60 floors in total.
Deluxe studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites, ranging from approximately 160sqm to over 600sqm, will offer guests the largest accommodations in the city. The top floor of the hotel, level 29, will offer five exclusive suites with additional services and amenities.
The commercial areas of the building will serve both hotel guests and residents. A sushi and martini bar will welcome guests as they enter the first floor lobby. An exclusive dining establishment on the 30th floor will offer patrons gourmet food and wine, as well as views of Lake Ontario and the CN Tower. A private dining room will also be available.
Construction work will soon be focused on completion of the hotel floors and starting the development of the mechanical floors on levels 30, 31 and 32.