While many out there (myself included) feel cheated out of a proper Canadian winter, our city's developers and construction companies sure aren't complaining. We've seen near year-round construction on most of the projects in the downtown core, and the relatively warm temperatures save extra expenditures in heating and wind blocking. One project which is well underway is Tableau — located at Peter Street and Richmond, the past little while it's seen a flock of shutterbugs on site, recording the demolition of the existing building.
Previously a Pizzaville joint as well as nightclub venue, the site is being cleared to make way for Urban Capital, Malibu and Alit's 36-storey, 410 unit tower, designed by Wallman Architects. Forum members Red Mars, Atlantis and Androiduk have been snapping away at the demolition process, with those heavy machines making quick work on the structure.
Tableau will replicate the facade facing Peter Street into its podium, those floors to house 25,000 square feet of office space.
With interiors by Cecconi Simone and street art by Shayne Dark, we're looking forward to seeing the final product upon completion. We're happy to see a formerly derelict intersection coming alive and intergrating into the urban fabric — kitty corner to Tableau is the much talked about Queen Richmond Centre West, sure to enliven the street during the day than the previous tenants were able to. For more renderings of Tableau and the QRC West, the dataBase listings are below.