Having last provided an update on construction a little over a month ago, we are returning to the Hullmark Centre in North York to keep track of work on this ambitous mixed-use project. Developed by Tridel and Hullmark, the sizable new complex at the southeast corner of Yonge Street and Sheppard Avenue was designed by Kirkor Architects. Comprised of two-towers of 49 and 35 storeys, the taller of the two on the north of the site will house a mix of office space and residences while the shorter, southern tower will be exclusively residential. Anchoring the buildings will be a podium containing amenity space, retail units and a direct connection to the subway. Thanks to our Forum members, below is quick photo update of the recent construction progress:

Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel & HullmarkGround level view of the project from the east side of Yonge St. The curved portion to the left fronts onto what will become the public square, image by jivey80

Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel & HullmarkA view of construction on the south tower as seen from the east, image by jivey80

Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel & HullmarkWork on the initial floors of the north tower as viewed from the south, image by jivey80

Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel & HullmarkGround level shot taken showing the southeast corner of the site, image by vz64

Below is a rendering what the project will look like when completed in 2013:

Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel & HullmarkProject rendering, image courtesy of Tridel & Hullmark

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