Shiu Pong Development’s Celsius Condos is a reserved mid-rise project that adds to the densification of the North York Centre strip. The latest in a series of developments transforming a neighbourhood with an inherently suburban feel, the nearby office towers and multi-use complexes on Yonge Street are remaking the area into Toronto's busiest mini-downtown. Located halfway between North York Centre and the Finch subway stations, Celsius is also within commuting distance of the hustle of Toronto's real downtown core too. 

Celsius Condos from Yonge St., image by drum118

Celsius’ design by Kirkor Architects and Planners places an 18-storey glass and spandrel-clad condominium tower above a podium comprised of 20 brick townhomes, each featuring a private walk-up. With completion slated to be later this year, it is unsurprising that Celsius has reached its full 18-storey height, with crews putting the finishing touches on the concrete structure of the upper floor and roof.

Cladding being installed on Celsius Condos, image by drum118

While work proceeds at the very top, crews work on installing the aluminum and glass cladding on the lower floors of the tower. 

Townhome and tower view, image by drum118

The townhomes have progressed in-sync with the tower, with some units receiving windows with aluminum surrounds. Red brick should come soon.

Celsius Condos rendering, courtesy of Shiu Pong Developments

As construction continues, crews will start to work on the interior that ESQAPE Design has designed which will feature custom lighting and rich wood textures. Check out our dataBase file for Celsuis, linked below, to view more renderings. To keep updated, check out the associated Forum threads, where you can also join in on the conversation if you want. You are always welcome to leave a comment at the bottom of this page.

Related Companies:  DeepRoot Green Infrastructure, ESQAPE Design, Kirkor Architects Planners, Land Art Design, Shiu Pong