Before the first stage of work on Lifetime Development's new condominium tower at Davenport and McMurrich can start, what was there already had to come down first: Lifetime forwarded us some photos of the demolition that started last week.
First to go was the presentation centre for The Yorkville Condominiums at the north end of the site.
The south end of the site was the long-time home of Moriyama & Teshima Architects. Following their move to George Street in the St. Lawrence neighbourhood in December, their old offices were also ready to be cleared.
Now that demolition is complete, preparations for excavation, hopefully to begin in March, are proceeding. When all is said and done, the new Wallman Architects-designed 31-storey tower is expected to look like this:
There are many more views of The Yorkville in UrbanToronto's dataBase listing for it, linked below, or if you want to get in on the discussion of this building, choose one of the associated Forum thread links.
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