In the weeks since we last checked in on The Daniels Corporation's The Bartholomew, substantial progress has been made on the Quadrangle Architects-designed condominium and townhome development in Toronto's Regent Park community. As of early-April, the development's 13-storey tower component stood at a height of 11 storeys, and in the time since the building has topped off, and cladding installation has progressed significantly.

The Bartholomew, Daniels, Quadrangle Architects, TorontoThe Bartholomew in Regent Park, image by Jack Landau

White precast concrete cladding panels have now been installed as high as the 11th floor, while dark-tinted window wall glazing framed in black mullions has been installed as high as the 4th floor. The remaining precast panels will be installed on the upper levels soon, over the light brown insulating material seen at the top of the image above.

The Bartholomew, Daniels, Quadrangle Architects, TorontoThe Bartholomew in Regent Park, image by Jack Landau

To the west, forming is now underway on the second level of what will become two blocks of 30 townhomes. Together with the tower component and its 159 condominium units, the two townhome blocks will frame a large central courtyard that will serve as the focal point of the development.

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

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