Construction is now progressing above grade at the site of The Daniels Corporation's The Bartholomew, part of the multi-phase Regent Park Revitalization. When we last checked in on the site's construction progress back at the end of October, crews were in the process of completing the development's single-storey below-grade parking structure.

In the weeks since, the first signs of the 13-storey Quadrangle Architects-designed condominium development's ground floor are now visible along Sackville Street, between St. Bartholomew Street and St. David Street. The portion now rising above grade will make up part of the 13-storey building's ground floor. This main building at the east end of the lot will be home to 159 condominium units.

The Bartholomew, Quadrangle Architects, The Daniels Corporation, TorontoAbove grade construction at The Bartholomew, image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor salsa

The western portion of the site, with construction now at grade, will be the location of 30 townhome units. Together with the condominium building at the east side of the site, the townhome blocks will frame a large central landscaped courtyard that will serve as one of the development's amenity spaces. The completed development's massing and configuration will be very similar to that of the adjacent Toronto Community Housing Corporation's 180 Sackville Street development to the immediate south.

The Bartholomew, Quadrangle Architects, The Daniels Corporation, TorontoAbove grade construction at The Bartholomew's west side, image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor salsa

Once complete, residents of The Bartholomew will enjoy amenities including outdoor gardening plots, a fitness centre, a party room with a kitchen/bar, a lounge and a pet spa.

The Bartholomew, Quadrangle Architects, The Daniels Corporation, TorontoRendering of The Bartholomew, image courtesy of The Daniels Corporation

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