Concord Adex's latest condominiums under construction at CityPlace - Quartz and Spectra - have risen well above ground level—even above ground level across the street at Canoe Landing Park, the area's highest point. Recent photos of the development show that crews have been hard at work here as these two now rise beyond half a dozen floors each.

Quartz and Spectra, Concord CityPlace, TorontoQuartz and Spectra, image by UT forum member RiverCity1

The amount of growth is evident when comparing the image above with one below from March: in a span of five months, the buildings have left the ground plane far behind.

Quartz and Spectra, Concord CityPlace, TorontoQuartz and Spectra in March, image by someMidTowner

While each tower will be a different number of storeys tall, Spectra, at 39 storeys, will eventually be just about the same height as Quartz, a 41-storey building, but one which starts lower on the sloping site.

Quartz and Spectra, Concord CityPlace, TorontoLatest shots of Quartz and Spectra from August, image by RiverCity1

The architectural design of the towers is by RAW Design. The buildings will share amenities in an angular building on site called the Prisma Club, to be outfitted by Figure3. The towers are scheduled to be completed in December 2014.

Quartz and Spectra, Concord CityPlace, TorontoSpectra condos, image by RiverCity1

Check back with us for more updates on these condos as they climb, but in the meantime, give the UrbanToronto dataBase entries on these projects a look. They are linked below, and have all the renderings and information on the buildings to give you a thorough idea of what to expect here. Want to get in on the discussion? Choose one of the associated Forum thread links, or leave a comment in the space provided on this page.