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Here 3 residential towers are shown, they are part of a large development project of the Concord Adex Corp on 40 hectares of downtown land, which was previously a railway yard.. The project is nearly complete, in 17 towers and numerous small buildings 10,000 condominiums units, a city within the city, is created. The tower on the left is called the Montage, it has 531 unit on 47 floors; the Luna Vista in the middle is smaller, 378 units on 38 floors; the 'Parade' on the back is a twin tower, it has 1758 units.
The red object between the towers is a sculpture by Mark di Suvero, a very successful American abstract expressionist sculptor. He created this piece in 1967 for Toronto and called it Flower Power, a popular theme at the time. It was restored and moved to this location in 2010.

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