It's been over five months since we checked in on construction progress at Enigma on the Park, a 9-storey condominium development from Aragon Properties, underway immediately north of MacGregor Park in Toronto's West End. When we last looked in on the Quadrangle-designed development back in June, the start of cladding installation had begun to reveal the topped-out building's signature chevron pattern.

Enigma on the Park, Aragon, Quadrangle, TorontoEnigma viewed from the south at MacGregor Park, image by Forum contributor ADRM

In the months since, the majority of the building has been enclosed in the striking white and black-tinted aluminum panels.

Enigma on the Park, Aragon, Quadrangle, TorontoEnigma on the Park, image by Forum contributor ADRM

A few areas of the building still await exterior finishing touches, including a section of the tallest volume's east facade. Windows on this part of the exterior are shaped to reinforce the chevron design.

Enigma on the Park, Aragon, Quadrangle, TorontoLooking west to Enigma on the Park, image by Forum contributor ADRM

Once complete in 2019, the project will introduce condominium and townhome suites to the neighbourhood, in a mix of 3 bachelor units with average sizes of 39 m², 38 one-bedroom units with average sizes of 57 m², 40 two-bedroom units with average sizes of 90 m², and 5 three-bedroom units with average sizes of 136 m². Photos show that patio furniture has appeared for some lower-level units, as preliminary occupancy gets underway in more complete parts of the building.

Enigma on the Park, Aragon, Quadrangle, TorontoEnigma on the Park, image courtesy of Aragon

Additional information and images can be found in our database file for the project, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum thread, or leave a comment in the field provided at the bottom of this page.

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