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Absolute World Towers

It isn't often that a new development that proposes to take architecture to new levels comes to the GTA. And often they come to the Toronto core. But not Absolute World; this one is going up in the heart of Mississauga, across from the Square One shopping complex.

Location attributes for Absolute World Towers
Location   Mississauga, Ontario
Built :: Closed   2010 :: N/A
Status   Under Construction
Difficulty   ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Hazards Risk   ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
Security Risk   ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
AUE Rating   ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

Perhaps most striking about Absolute World is the shape... the building twists 180 degrees as it climbs to the sky. Combine that with the fact that, upon completion, it will officially be the tallest building in Mississauga (unofficially, it already is at this time), and the attention of the explorers has been caught.

The building itself wasn't that difficult to get into, owing to the fact that construction sites are generally insecure. Once inside, though, the marathon begins... at the time of exploring, the 46th floor above the lobby was under construction, leaving 48 flights of stairs to be ascended. Needless to say, several breathers were required.

The view from the top is something else. While much of it was obscured by the construction shroud, what was visible was stunning. Being on the tallest building in a region makes for impressive sightlines, obviously.

Other than normal construction hazards (objects everywhere, reinforcement, heights), there wasn't much in the way of problems at the site. Same for security... standard construction.

The view from the top makes this worth a visit, hands down.

Illusions - July 2010 (Non-Public Content)
855 Steps... - September 2010

And so, having seen an additional 10 floors find their way to the top of the building (which is still growing...), I found the temptation too alluring to resist and made a return visit...

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