Having recently published an update on the first units of cladding being applied to the Hullmark Centre, we are happy to provide you with some images from inside the complex. Showing the project in this embryonic form reveals interesting details that cannot be captured from the street. Below are a series of the best images courtesy of Tridel.

Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel and HullmarkRaw space that will soon house a Whole Foods, image courtesy of Tridel.


Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel and HullmarkEastern view of the complex where rebar is stored. The office component is rising to the left, image courtesy of Tridel.


Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel and HullmarkLooking northeast over the rising north tower, image courtesy of Tridel.



Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel and HullmarkColumns that will soon support a new floor, image courtesy of Tridel.


Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel and HullmarkLooking up at the crane operating at the eastern portion of the site, image courtesy of Tridel.


Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel and HullmarkRebar in place to start forming the rooftop terrace pool, image courtesy of Tridel.


Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel and HullmarkWork progressing on the subway connection. The TTC is responsible for all construction linked to the subway, image courtesy of Tridel.


As work moves beyond the podium linking the two towers as well as the office component of the north tower, the pace of construction will accelerate with the introduction of uniform floor plates. At this stage, the shorter 35-storey on the south of the site is the furthest along while the mixed-use 49-storey north tower remains just above grade. Thanks to Forum member cruzin4u, we have a quick update on the project below.

Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel and HullmarkLooking east across Yonge Street, image by cruzin4u.

Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel and HullmarkA view of the south tower that will house exclusively residential units, image by cruzin4u.

Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel and HullmarkA closeup of the cladding on the south tower, image by cruzin4u.


Developed by Tridel and Hullmark Developments, the project was designed by Kikor Architects. Construction is expected to be completed in late 2013.

Mixed-use Hullmark Centre, Toronto. Developed by Tridel and HullmarkRendering of the Hullmark Centre, image courtesy of Tridel and Hullmark.

Interested in learning more? A dataBase listing can be found below. To follow construction as it progresses, a link to the Forum thread can be found here.