High-rise development continues to draw us back to the Entertainment District, but today, we are taking a look at a smaller-scale mid-rise project currently under construction on Beverley Street north of Queen. BSäR Group Of Companies12 Degrees, officially branded as 12°, may not be the tallest kid in the 'hood, but it certainly hints at becoming one of the most attractive thanks to its unique design by Core Architects.

12 Degrees condos, BSaR Group of Companies, Core Architects, Toronto12 Degrees viewed from the south on Beverley Street, image by Jack Landau

The 11-storey building is now in the process of topping off, with columns now being poured for the pool area and mechanical penthouse screen above the top floor of suites. In the image below, we can see work under way on the last few feet of the development's final height of just under 114 feet. Further down in the photo, the first panels of cladding are now visible on the northwest side of the 5th floor.

12 Degrees condos, BSaR Group of Companies, Core Architects, Toronto12 Degrees viewed from the north on Beverley Street, image by Jack Landau

Zooming in on the cladding, we can see that the final product is staying true to the marketing renderings, which depicted a clear glazing framed with heavy black mullions.

12 Degrees condos, BSaR Group of Companies, Core Architects, TorontoFirst panels of glazing on 12 Degrees, image by Jack Landau

Once completed, residents of the 96-unit boutique development will have access to a selection of amenities, including a lounge, private dining room and catering kitchen, fitness centre, and a rooftop terrace featuring an outdoor swimming pool.

12 Degrees condos, BSaR Group of Companies, Core Architects, TorontoRendering of 12 Degrees

Additional building information and renderings can be found in our 12° dataBase file, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or leave a comment in the space provided at the bottom of this page.