Construction continues on Post House Condos by Alterra Group of Companies; a 21-storey, Wallman Architects-designed condominium project rising behind the site of Toronto's first Post Office at Adelaide and George Streets. When we last visited the site about one month ago, the tower had recently been topped off, and cladding was only a half-dozen floors from the building's roof.

Post House Condos viewed from the southwest corner of Adelaide and George, image by Jack Landau

In the month since our last visit, the building's blue and gray-tinted cladding has climbed to just below the roofline, and it won't be long until the development is sealed off from the elements entirely. In the meantime, balcony glazing and trim is now being applied to the tower too.

Balcony glazing on the west side of Post House Condos, image by Jack Landau

Along with the recently-installed glass, the installation of another design feature is adding some style to the development. Pairs of vertical metal fins are being applied on the balcony edges, adding texture to the building's otherwise uniform façades.

Balcony glass and vertical fins on the west face of Post House Condos, image by Jack Landau

Balcony glass and vertical fins on the west face of Post House Condos, image by Jack Landau

When the development is completed towards the end of this year, residents of the 278-unit condominium will have access to amenities including a 24-hour concierge, game room, guest parking, guest suite, a gym, party room and sauna facilities.

Post House Condos viewed from the west side of George Street, image by Jack Landau

We will return to Post House as the project's final details continue to be installed. In the meantime, a comprehensive collection of information and renderings can be found in our dataBase file, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or voice your opinion in the comments section provided at the bottom of this page.

Related Companies:  Alterra Group of Companies, Milborne Group, Schollen & Company, U31, Wallman Architects