It has been a few months since we last visited the site of Alterra’s Post House Condominiums, a 21-storey condominium under construction next to the site of Toronto's first Post Office at Adelaide and George Streets. In the time since our last visit, the Wallman Architects-designed development has seen its topping off and the removal of its tower crane.

Post House Condominiums, Alterra, Wallman Architects, TorontoPost House Condominiums topped off at 21 storeys, image by Jack Landau

Cladding installation at Post House has also made a great deal of progress since our last visit, now covering all but the tower's final half dozen floors and mechanical level above.

Post House Condominiums, Alterra, Wallman Architects, TorontoPost House Condos viewed from the southwest corner of Adelaide and George Streets, image by Jack Landau

Post House Condominiums, Alterra, Wallman Architects, TorontoCladding installation continues at Post House, image by Jack Landau

The project's ground floor is still awaiting its cladding and finishing touches owing to its current use as a construction staging area for crews and heavy equipment. As work progresses on the tower above, we should see the ground floor finishes take shape in the coming months.

Post House Condominiums, Alterra, Wallman Architects, TorontoPost House's ground floor, currently in use as a construction staging zone, image by Jack Landau

Post House is one of the many commercial and residential redevelopments helping to transform the area east of the downtown core. Once completed later this year, the 278-unit condominium will house amenities including a 24 hour concierge, game room, guest parking, guest suite, a gym, party room and sauna facilities.

Post House Condominiums, Alterra, Wallman Architects, TorontoPost House Condos, image by Jack Landau

We will return to Post House in the near future, as construction pushes into its late stages. In the meantime, a comprehensive collection of information and renderings can be found in our dataBase file, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or voice your opinion in the comments section provided at the bottom of this page.