STOCK is UP
If you’re a stock character on Toronto’s financial scene, you’ve likely witnessed the daily rise of Trump International Hotel & Tower. This soon-to-be landmark will kiss the corners of Bay and Adelaide, putting an interesting new spin on the city’s existing architectural appeal. At 60-storeys, its striking granite and glass facade will reach a new level of modernism, while staying true to Toronto’s timeless downtown magnetism. “Toronto provides a terrific backdrop for the cosmopolitan flair of Trump International Hotel & Tower and it will add a significant edge to the already thriving city and downtown area. We are very excited about it,” Donald Trump tells Dolce Vita Magazine.
Pleasantly positioned on the 31st floor will be Stock Restaurant, a heightened culinary exploit. Hotel guests and residents will be able to indulge in the delicious creations of Todd Clarmo, former corporate executive chef at Oliver & Bonacini Restaurants. “Chef Clarmo is highly accomplished and has worked at the top restaurants in France,” says Trump. In addition to the panoramic views, Stock will be chock-full of the eye-catching contemporary interiors of renowned II BY IV Design Associates. Patrons will also have the luxury of dining in the sky – if they’re brave enough to perch themselves on a patio 31 storeys above the city. “[Stock] will definitely be a wonderful addition to the fine restaurant collection in Toronto,” adds the real estate mogul.
Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto is expected to be complete before 2012.