There was a great feature story in The Toronto Star today about the construction of condominium residences and the difference between “window walls” and “curtain walls”.
Palace Place, like commercial towers, had been built with curtain walls as part of its unrivaled construction.
Today, condominium buildings are built rapidly with the construction workers and builders focused on the next big project. Palace Place had been built in a very different time and in accordance to the strictest quality standards.
The builders of Palace Place had known that this was not just another condominium building. They had realized that Palace Place would be a landmark that would be a living tribute to their hard work, dedication, and talent that would stand the test of time.
This view of construction has long been lost in our current age of extreme consumption.
Read more about Palace Place’s superior construction in “Palace Place” by Luke Dalinda. https://www.Dalinda.net/PalacePlaceBook