Now a few months into marketing, the countdown to construction for Great Gulf and Hullmark's home: Power and Adelaide is ticking down as buyers secure the remaining units in the 21-storey Core Architects-designed condo development at Toronto's Adelaide and Parliament intersection. The project will introduce a total of 550 one- to three-bedroom condo units to the King-Parliament area, with unit sizes ranging from 450 ft² to 1,300 ft². Residents of 'home' will have access to a selection of interior spaces appointed by TACT, as well as a collection of outdoor amenities.

 Power and Adelaide, Great Gulf, Hullmark, Core Architects, Torontohome: Power and Adelaide, image courtesy of Great Gulf/Hullmark

The bulk of the development's amenity spaces will be found on the 14th floor, the building's uppermost level before it splits into two towers. Included here will be an event and caterer's kitchen, a meeting room and lounge, a games room, an artist's workspace, change rooms and steam rooms, a yoga studio, and a fitness studio.

 Power and Adelaide, Great Gulf, Hullmark, Core Architects, TorontoAmenities at home: Power and Adelaide, image courtesy of Great Gulf/Hullmark

Amongst the amenities, the meeting room and lounge will provide space to entertain guests and host functions, and for maximum flexibility it opens up onto the outdoor amenity terrace.

 Power and Adelaide, Great Gulf, Hullmark, Core Architects, TorontoMeeting room/lounge at home: Power and Adelaide, image courtesy of Great Gulf/Hullmark

The terrace is designed around an outdoor pool, and offers a fireplace with grills and seating areas, all with sweeping views of the Toronto skyline to the west. Another outdoor space on the 16th floor offers community gardening plots for residents with green thumbs. Residents with pets will appreciate the pet spa on the P1 parking level, allowing them to wash their furry friends after outings, and helping to keep the building's common areas clean.

 Power and Adelaide, Great Gulf, Hullmark, Core Architects, TorontoOutdoor amenity space at home: Power and Adelaide, 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.