Tridel's fifth and last phase at Essex, its condominium community by Kipling subway station, is the 36-storey Parc Nuvo. The tower, designed by Graziani + Corazza, moves away from the mostly brick facade and slab designs of the first four towers, to a tall glass and spandrel point tower for Essex's skyline peak.

Parc Nuvo at Essex, Tridel, EtobicokeParc Nuvo at Essex Condos, Rendering by Graziani + Corazza Architects

This plan of the site, and the photoshopped aerial shot, put Parc Nuvo and all of Essex in Kipling subway station/Six Points context: 

Parc Nuvo at Essex, Tridel, EtobicokeSite Plan by Graziani + Corazza Architects

Parc Nuvo at Essex, Tridel, EtobicokeAerial View, Rendering by Graziani + Corazza Architects

So far, the tower is just a very big hole in the ground. From the south, close up:

Parc Nuvo at Essex, Tridel, EtobicokeParc Nuvo Site, Photo by JanneClaude

From further south, on the Kipling bridge, Kipling subway in the foreground: 

Parc Nuvo at Essex, Tridel, EtobicokePhoto by JanneClaude

From the east, with the original Essex buildings in the background: 

Parc Nuvo at Essex, Tridel, EtobicokeEssex Buildings, Photo by JanneClaude

From the north, with the first two Nuvo buildings at right: 

Parc Nuvo at Essex, Tridel, EtobicokeFirst 2 Nuvo Buildings, Photo by Janne Claude

Nuvo's towers were the third and fourth phases at Tridel's Essex: 

Parc Nuvo at Essex, Tridel, Etobicoke3rd + 4th Phase, Photo by JanneClaude

One more look into the pit, from the west:

Parc Nuvo at Essex, Tridel, EtobicokeParc Nuvo Site, Photo by Janne Claude