Structure in general
- Overlooking palm trees and English Bay this tower has a commanding presence because of its width in design and its unobstructed views.
- Morton Avenue, just one block long, was named after John Morton (1834-1912) who bought the entire West End (540 acres) in 1862, for $550.75.
- It was this building that initiated the 1956 zoning bylaw, as the Technical Planning Board could then refer any development proposal to the Architectural Advisory Panel appointed by council in 1956.
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