We last checked in on the construction of Triumph DevelopmentsHoward Park Residences in December, when the 8-storey condominium development, designed by architects RAW Design, was approaching its final height and having the first of its exterior cladding installed. In the weeks since our last update, the building has officially topped off and cladding installation has made significant progress.

Howard Park Residences, Triumph Developments, RAW Design, TorontoHoward Park Residences now topped off, image by Marcus Mitanis

Howard Park is being clad in a window wall glazing system framed in a dark-toned aluminum. Cladding now rises to the fifth floor of the building, and the distinctive sawtooth pattern of balconies on the podium's south façade are now much more apparent than they were before the installation of cladding. Cladding has yet to begin on the building's signature stepped terrace floors, some sections of which will feature green roofs upon completion.

Howard Park Residences, Triumph Developments, RAW Design, TorontoHoward Park Residences now topped off, image by Marcus Mitanis

Located on Howard Park Avenue at Dundas in the Roncesvalles Village neighbourhood, the 81-unit development will be followed by a second phase called Howard Park 2. Howard Park 2, currently in sales, will add another 96 condominium units to Howard Park Avenue in the near future.

Howard Park Residences, Triumph Developments, RAW Design, TorontoEast side of Howard Park Residences, image by Marcus Mitanis

The completed development will put residents within spitting distance of the King, College and Dundas streetcars, as well as a short walk to the TTC's Line 2 and Bloor GO stations. In addition, residents will be in close proximity to a stop on the new Union Pearson Express, currently scheduled to enter service in the Spring.

Howard Park Residences, Triumph Developments, RAW Design, TorontoCladding rising on Howard Park Residences, image by Marcus Mitanis

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