We have been keeping an eye on the construction of the first phase of Triumph DevelopmentsHoward Park Residences, an 8-storey residential development on Howard Park Avenue at Dundas situated in the highly in-demand Roncevalles neighbourhood. Designed by architects RAW Design, the development marked a major milestone in the final days of 2014, when the building topped off.

Howard Park Residences, Triumph Developments, RAW Design, TorontoFacing north towards the first phase of Howard Park Residences, image by Marcus Mitanis

In the time since, cladding installation has progressed to seal off much of the development, and construction work reached yet another milestone recently, with the dismantling of the building's tower crane.

Howard Park Residences, Triumph Developments, RAW Design, TorontoFacing east towards Howard Park Residences, image by Marcus Mitanis

The building's eye-catching sawtooth balconies are looking sharp in both the figurative and literal sense, and balcony glazing is expected to complete the look in the near future. Above, Howard Park's stepped terrace floors, from level 6 through 8, have been covered in a weatherproofing material in advance of their final exterior treatment. Once complete, these terrace floors will include rich greenery as depicted in market renderings of the project.

Howard Park Residences, Triumph Developments, RAW Design, TorontoSouth facade of Howard Park Residences, image by Marcus Mitanis

The development has an eight-storey, 96-unit second phase, to be constructed to the immediate west of the first. Residents of both phases will have access to a courtyard terrace between the two buildings, plus several amenities like a fitness and yoga studio, party room, lounging area and executive concierge services. 

Howard Park Residences, Triumph Developments, RAW Design, TorontoCladding and temporary hoist at Howard Park Residences, image by Marcus Mitanis

For more information about the development including many more renderings, visit our dataBase file, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum thread, or leave a comment in the space provided at the bottom of this page.