There are many developments rising within the GTA, especially in the Entertainment District. Tableau Condos by Urban Capital Property GroupMalibu Investments, and ALIT Developments, stands out from the crowd due to its unique podium that offers a visually appealing design, sure to capture the eyes of residents and pedestrians alike. Designed by Wallman Architects, Tableau is located on the southeast corner of Richmond Street West and Peter Street.

When we last checked in on Tableau, we saw cladding installation progressing on the tower's four-storey podium. Designed to resemble a tabletop, the podium features a nine-column colonnade that shelters a publicly accessible piazza below. 

Tableau Condos,Wallman Architects, Cecconi Simone , ALIT DevelopmentsA view of Tableau Condos, image by Craig White

Now two months since our last update, a lot has happened at Tableau. There has been a significant growth in height, with the last of the building's 36 floors now taking shape, and just a 5.5 metre mechanical penthouse left to build before the structure tops off. Another development visble at Tableau Condos is the installation of exterior framing on the windows of the tower. In the image below, we get a close up view of the installed exterior framing, still with its white plastic protective skin on it.

Tableau Condos,Wallman Architects, Cecconi Simone , ALIT DevelopmentsA close up view of the exterior framing at Tableau, image by Craig White

Once complete, Tableau Condos will provide many amenities to insure the comfort and relaxation of its residents. The podium's fourth floor will provide residents with a host of amenities, designed by Cecconi Simone, including a fitness centre, a games room, a theatre, a reading lounge, and a party room with a kitchen and a conference room.

Tableau Condos,Wallman Architects, Cecconi Simone , ALIT DevelopmentsA rendering of Tableau, image courtesy of Urban Capital Property Group, Malibu Investments and ALIT Developments

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