UrbanToronto usually gets its condominium renderings at the time that marketing for a project starts to ramp up. Today we have two sneak peeks for mid-rise infill projects on either side of the core before the marketing machine is starting to really flex its muscles, and another peek at a building where the marketing machine is being somewhat mysterious about it all. Word is that you're going to be seeing a slew of new offerings over the next few months, so we expect to present lots of playful teases to you. Let's get going!

First up, The Carlaw, from Streetcar Developments, designed by Tact Architecture. Like the name says, this building is on Carlaw, at Dundas Street East in this case, northeast corner. That puts it north of where Lamb Dev Corp's Worklofts and Flatiron Lofts are currently rising. The Carlaw's 12 modern storeys, still going through the approvals process, will look something like this:

The Carlaw, condos in Toronto, by Streetcar DevelopmentsThe Carlaw, by Streetcar Developments

On the other side of town, Triumph, who built the Roncesvalles Lofts over the last few years, are gearing up to bring these two buildings just south of that one. Like The Carlaw, Howard Park is named after the street it will rise on. This complex is made up of an 8-storey building to the west of a courtyard, and a 10-storey building to the east. Designed by Raw Design, this is not a finalized image, but it certainly reveals interesting possibilities. We have more in our dataBase page for Howard Park.

Howard Park residences in Roncesvalles Village, condos in Toronto, by TriumphHoward Park residences in Roncesvalles Village, by Triumph

Finally, it's the mysterious condo, it's The Bond. Well, it's The Bond's podium to be precise. Designed by Core Architects, this building will rise at 290 Adelaide Street West where Alice Fazooli's currently stands. The Bond's marketing campaign includes the chance for you to have some input: you may recall the Design-An-Ad contest currently underway. You'll find a link to that story below should you be intrigued.

The Bond, condos in Toronto, by Lifetime DevelopmentsThe Bond, by Lifetime Developments

All of the buildings above have an UrbanToronto dataBase entry, and all have threads dedicated to them in our forums, You will find links to all of those below, where you will find more images, and discussion that you can become involved in.