Edilcan's west-end development One Valhalla Towns and Condos is progressing well, with the first tower capped off and the townhouses receiving cladding and windows. Located on the site of the former Valhalla Inn (the epicentre of 1970s cool, complete with a herd of tame deer in the courtyard), One Valhalla is just off the 427, north of Bloor Street. Forum member drum118 dropped by the site to snap a few pictures of the construction that we're sharing with you today.

One Valhalla Condos in Etobicoke by Edilcan, Page + Steele / IBI Group ArchitectOne Valhalla construction update, image courtesy of drum118

One Valhalla features designs by Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects, as well as E.R.A.. The project is composed of three towers of varying heights and a number of 3-storey townhouses.  

One Valhalla Condos in Etobicoke by Edilcan, Page + Steele / IBI Group ArchitectRoofline of One Valhalla, image courtesy of drum118

One Valhalla Condos in Etobicoke by Edilcan, Page + Steele / IBI Group ArchitectFacade of townhouses at One Valhalla, image courtesy of drum118

When complete the development will contain a total of 549 units, as well as an extensive list of amenities. While the location may not be ideal for those commuting to the downtown core via the TTC, One Valhalla is perfect for those who make regular trips to the airport or work in Mississauga/Oakville but would prefer to be closer to Toronto.

One Valhalla Condos in Etobicoke by Edilcan, Page + Steele / IBI Group ArchitectProject rendering for One Valhalla, courtesy of Edilcan

One Valhalla features extensively landscaped grounds scattered throughout the project, on both the ground floor and podium terrace, designed by Schollen & Company. Completion dates for One Valhalla are staggered and seem prone to change, however current estimates appear to place it around late-2013 for the towers; townhouses would seem to be closing earlier. For more project renderings, head over to the dataBase listing below, and check out the associated thread for the latest updates from forum members.