Out of the many condo developments rising in Toronto's Entertainment District, few will offer a street level experience as visually engaging as the Wallman Architects-designed Tableau Condominiums by UrbanCapital Property GroupMalibu Investments and ALIT Developments.

Podium of Tableau viewed from the northwest corner of Richmond and Peter, image by Jack Landau

Tableau's tower portion rises from a four-storey "tabletop" podium with a nine-column colonnade bordering a piazza. The sheltered area will be accessible to pedestrians as a Privately-Owned Publicly-accessible Space (or 'POPS' for short). The podium will house office space on its first three floors, with its west end featuring a replication of the facade of the building that occupied the site prior to redevelopment. The fourth floor of the podium will feature Cecconi Simone-designed condo amenity spaces, while a public art installation by Shayne Dark titled 'Nova' will pierce the tabletop through an opening in the northeast corner of the development.

Glazing on the podium below Tableau's tabletop, image by Jack Landau

Cladding installation has begun on the podium levels below the tabletop. A reflective glazing framed by slender black mullions now covers much of the podium's north wall. The rows of cladding will be separated by horizontal spandrels to hide the slab edge of the concrete floors.

Tableau viewed from the west on Richmond Street, image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor Red Mars

Now rising 26-storeys, there are only ten remaining levels left to build of the condominium tower before the development reaches its final height of 384 feet late this spring.

Additional information and renderings can be found in our Tableau dataBase file, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or leave a comment in the space provided at the bottom of this page.

Related Companies:  ALIT Developments, Cecconi Simone, Claude Cormier + Associés, DeepRoot Green Infrastructure, Malibu Investments, Milborne Group, Quest Window Systems, RJC Engineers, TUCKER HIRISE Construction, Urban Capital Property Group, Wallman Architects