It has been a few weeks since our last update on the construction of The Daniels Corporation's The Bartholomew, the latest market condominium development to rise in the rebuilt Regent Park community. In the time since, more cladding has been installed on the Quadrangle Architects-designed development's 13-storey tower, and the crane used to during the tower's forming process has been disassembled and removed from the site. (The crane in the image below is for another adjacent development.)

The Bartholomew, Daniels, Quadrangle Architects, TorontoThe Bartholomew topped off in Regent Park, image by Forum contributor skycandy

Cladding installation has also progressed significantly over the last few weeks. White precast concrete cladding now rises all the way to roofline, while the main envelope glazing—dark-tinted window framed in black mullions—reaches to the sixth floor. The building's pedestrian realm is taking shape as well, with installation of ground level glazing and the first elements of the steel pedestrian entrance canopy now evident.

The Bartholomew, Daniels, Quadrangle Architects, TorontoGround level details at The Bartholomew, image by Forum contributor skycandy

Immediately west of the project's 13-storey tower, work is well underway on the construction of the project's townhomes. Two blocks of townhomes will front St. Bartholomew Street to the north and St. David Street to the south, framing a large central courtyard with landscaped common space for residents.

The Bartholomew, Daniels, Quadrangle Architects, TorontoTownhome component at The Bartholomew, image by Forum contributor skycandy

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