Following October's marketing launch for Great Gulf and Hullmark's home: Power and Adelaide, more information about the project has gradually become available. In November, we took a look at the evolving public realm plan, with an overview of the new retail spaces, landscaping, and streetscape improvements planned as part of the Core Architects-designed project.

 Power and Adelaide, Toronto, by Great Gulf, Hullmark, Core ArchitectsLooking west, image courtesy of Great Gulf / Hullmark

Taking up a full block between Adelaide and Richmond on the east side of Parliament, the project also fronts onto quiet Power Street, facing the Orphan's Green park to the east. Rising as high as 21 storeys along its Richmond Street frontage, the 550-unit condominium will feature one to three-bedroom homes, with units ranging in size from 450 ft² to 1,300 ft². 

 Power and Adelaide, Toronto, by Great Gulf, Hullmark, Core ArchitectsThe outdoor garden and lounge, image courtesy of Great Gulf / Hullmark

The project's suite interiors and amenity spaces are appointed by TACT Architecture. With communal amenities concentrated atop the building's podium, the central space is intended to be a locus of resident activity. Featuring a garden, a panoramic lounge (above), and an outdoor pool in the warmer months, the terrace spaces are dirrectly accessible from the indoor amenity corridor, which includes a gym, party room, and an artist's workshop.

 Power and Adelaide, Toronto, by Great Gulf, Hullmark, Core ArchitectsThe pool, image courtesy of Great Gulf / Hullmark

Meanwhile, a look at the suite interiors reveals open, well-lit spaces. Below, an open-concept living/dining space connects to the kitchen, while the bedroom—which is accessible through a short hallway—is tucked away in a more private space. 

 Power and Adelaide, Toronto, by Great Gulf, Hullmark, Core ArchitectsLiving / dining space, image courtesy of Great Gulf / Hullmark

A rendering of a master bedroom highlights the ample natural light lit facilitated by the project's floor-to-ceiling windows. A closet is also integrated into the room, with the sliding door designed to be a subtle and unobtrusive addition to the relatively minimalistic space. 

 Power and Adelaide, Toronto, by Great Gulf, Hullmark, Core ArchitectsBedroom rendering, image courtesy of Great Gulf / Hullmark

Finally, a look at a three-piece bathroom space offers a preview of the project's typical layout. With the walls, appliances, and tiles, designed with a subtle, understated aesthetic, the natural wood tones that characterize the flooring and cabinetry become the focal point of the room. 

 Power and Adelaide, Toronto, by Great Gulf, Hullmark, Core ArchitectsSuite bathroom, image courtesy of Great Gulf / Hullmark

We will keep you updated as more information about the project becomes available. In the meantime, you can learn more about the project—and its design evolution—via our dataBase file, linked below. Want to share your thoughts? Leave a comment on this page, or join the ongoing conversation in our associated Forum threads.