Preparatory work is proceeding in advance of Bazis and Plaza's 1 Yorkville, a new 58-storey Rosario Varacalli-designed condominium tower that will add 577 new homes to the in-demand Bloor-Yorkville neighbourhood. When we last stopped by the site in mid-April, interior demolition work had just begun at 844 Yonge Street, located mid-block on the development site, and in the months since, the stores at 7, 7A, 9, and 9A Yorkville where the new tower will touch down have now been removed.
There is still much work left to be done before crews can commence work on the project's shoring and excavation phases. The developer, the City, and heritage specialists ERA Architects are now in the process of executing a Heritage Easement Agreement, which will prime the remaining non-historic components of the site for demolition. At the same time, the material that will be used to protect historic structures is being ordered. After this equipment is delivered and installed—a process estimated to take a few months—shoring work will begin in advance of excavation.
Once built, 1 Yorkville will add 577 condominium units to the Bloor-Yorkville area, consisting of studios, 1, 2, and 3-bedroom units. Residents of the development will have access to both a podium-top and rooftop amenity areas, the latter of which will provide residents with a shared space 58 floors above the city, giving all residents a chance to enjoy panoramic city views.
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