As we have posted previously the St. Lawrence Condominium cranes at 158 Front Street East, will be removed this coming weekend, starting on Friday, July 9 and ending on Sunday, July 11.
The road closure will begin early Friday morning, prior to rush hour.
There will be 3 paid duty police officers on site during the road closure.
Road Closure details, as per the map (above and below):
Front Street East will be completely closed to traffic from George Street to Sherbourne Street.
Frederick Street will be closed from the site construction gate to Front Street, meaning no access to Front Street for vehicles. Residents on Frederick Street will be have access to their buildings via Frederick and King Street East.
In addition, the eastbound lane of Front Street East will be closed to vehicle traffic from Jarvis Street to George Street. Cars will be able to turn right from George Street and travel westbound along Front Street.
Pedestrians will not be able to use the north side sidewalk between Frederick and Sherbourne from Friday through Sunday. Pedestrian access may be temporarily restricted on the south side of Front Street between Frederick and Sherbourne if safety concerns require it.
Friday, July 9
The road closure is set up prior to rush hour.
The mobile crane, that will be used to take down the on-site cranes, arrives and is set up.
Saturday, July 10
The west tower crane is removed.
Sunday, July 11
The east tower crane is removed.
The road closure is removed by Sunday evening, by approximately 7 pm.
The City of Toronto may require further tweaks to the road closure plan. We will post and circulate any changes. However, as per the City’s operating procedures, we may not receive any such information until Thursday, July 8.
If there are high winds, thunder, or heavy rains, the work may need to be halted and then proceed when it is safe to do so. This may entail working later into the evenings and or possibly extending the work through to Monday in extreme circumstances. Every effort will be made to complete the work between Friday morning and Sunday evening.