Fairly mediocre, chock-full of suburbia-tier cheap window-wall/spandrel/precast, dolloped onto uninspired massing and programming.
This is a building that literally does the bare minimum for the site (fills in a gap and provides some retail and an atrophied passageway/"""warming space"""). You can literally plonk the building down into Downtown Markham and it would still fit in.
That's pretty harsh - have you been there?
I may be in the minority but I feel that they've done a pretty good job of it, especially when you take the building in concert with Monde and the surrounding area. The balconies and glass evoke a continuation of the water (waves etc), and the structure itself is a pretty nice to look at from Sherbourne Common.
Say what you want about Tridel, but they always do a good job when it comes to the finishing touches. Lobby,amenities,common areasetc always top notch. Oh, and everything is always ready by the time you move in. No waiting a year for the gym or balconies to be ready. Exactly how things should be.
From the spandrel patterns you see on Tridel buildings, it almost always seems like the building is designed from the inside out