We found this timelapse video by Urban Toronto forum member, udo, and we thought it was so cool we had to share. The video shows ten months of L Tower construction in Toronto compressed into ten seconds (30 days/frames per second starting in July 2011).
"I tried my best to align the individual pictures which were not taken by a stationary camera, but from a tripod mounted camera that [was] repositioned every day," udo writes. "The video isn't perfect, but still interesting, I hope."
We're looking forward to the next timelapse video when the tower reaches its full height, windows installed and cranes disassembled.
Here's what the L Tower will look like upon completion: