M5V Condominiums by TAS Design Build and Lifetime Developments is getting closer to completion at its King Street West address in Toronto's Entertainment District. The building, best known for its bright red mechanical box halfway up the west facade, is championed by those who want more colour in our rather gray city for its randomized tinted window panes on the north facade. Today we get a peek inside the development as work progresses.

M5V Condominiums Toronto by TAS Design Build and Lifetime DevelopmentsA Crane Lifts Materials Into M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

M5V Condominiums Toronto by TAS Design Build and Lifetime DevelopmentsLooking Out From The M5V Condominiums Lobby, image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

M5V Condominiums Toronto by TAS Design Build and Lifetime DevelopmentsEntertainment Room at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

Entertainment Room at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime DevelopmeEntertainment Room at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

Terrace off the Entertainment Room at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of LiTerrace off the Entertainment Room at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

Tinted Windows at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime DevelopmentsTinted Windows at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

Tinted Windows at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime DevelopmentsTinted Windows at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime DevelopmentsTinted Windows at the M5V Condominiums, image cou

Tinted Windows at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime DevelopmentsTinted Windows at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

Tinted Windows at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime DevelopmentsTinted Windows at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

Tinted Windows at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime DevelopmentsTinted Windows at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

Kitchen under construction in a unit at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Kitchen under construction in a unit at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

Bathroom under construction in a unit at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy ofBathroom under construction in a unit at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

Back of the mechanical box at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime DBack of the mechanical box at the M5V Condominiums, image courtesy of Lifetime Developments

This, of course, is the rendering of M5V that we are familiar with. We are looking forward to work being completed at the building, with interior walls painted white and lights turned on, to give us a better look at how the tinted window panes will look as part of the completed project.

M5V Condominiums, rendering courtesy of Lifetime DevelopmentsM5V Condominiums, rendering courtesy of Lifetime Developments

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