With the final residential level now in place, forming of the mechanical penthouse is now under way for the 27-storey first phase of Neudorfer Corporation's Fuse & Fuse2 Condos, expected to fully top off later this month at the intersection of Dupont and Lansdowne. Upon completion, the first phase of the Barrett Architect and Burka Architects-designed tower will add 290 new residential units to the Davenport Village area.
Much of Fuse's precast concrete exterior cladding is now in place, and will soon be accented by the addition of reflective blue-tinted glazing covering the remainder of the facades.
Next to the nearly-topped-off tower, work continues on the restoration and conversion of a heritage brick warehouse building formerly occupied by GE, soon to be home to a Metro supermarket and a Shoppers Drug Mart pharmacy. In addition to animating the street with new retail, the restored structure will also contain 35 lofts on the second floor, of which 15 will include private rooftop terraces.
On the west side of the development site, the second phase, Fuse2 now stands three levels above grade after rising above street level in October. Set to rise to a height of 23 storeys, Fuse2 will contribute an additional 286 units to the neighbourhood once completed.
The completed Fuse and Fuse2 will offer residents a wide range of amenities to choose from, including a Yoga studio and fitness centre, a movie room, an outdoor terrace, a billiards room, a library, and a lounge to name a few.
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