Tridel and Hullmark's huge Hullmark Centre project at the southeast corner of Yonge Street and Sheppard Avenue is underway with the demolition of the plaza on the site. The plaza, which had a PoMo veneer over mid-century modernist bones, has been reduced to rubble. Excavation will soon proceed that will expose the concrete boxes of the subway tunnels that link the Yonge Line to the Sheppard line under the former plaza parking lot.

Tridel has provided UrbanToronto with a panoramic shot of the demolition. 

Hullmark Centre in North York City Centre by Tridel and Kirkor ArchitectsHullmark Centre Demolition, image courtesy of Tridel

A larger version of the photo, at twice this scale, can be found in the project thread here. More demolition photos are on the Hullmark Centre Facebook fanpage photo gallery. When complete, the Kirkor Architects-designed Hullmark Centre will feature two towers of 44 and 35 storeys. The 44-storey tower will include 14 storeys of offices in the base to be known as the Hullmark Corporate Centre. The podium's ground floor will include entrances to Sheppard-Yonge subway station and several retail units, including a large new Whole Foods Market.

Hullmark Centre in North York City Centre by Tridel and Kirkor Architects