Grid Condos is closing in on its final height as construction continues on the 50-storey structure. As new storeys are reached, the cladding has continued to snake up the exterior from the base of the building. Designed by IBI Group for CentreCourt Developments, strong progress is being made as the projected August 2018 completion date draws closer, contributing to redevelopment of the Jarvis and Dundas intersection.
The building's quick progress has not go unnoticed by UT Forum contributors, who have been posting new photos to the thread over the last few days. At the time of our last update in January, the Jarvis and Dundas condo had reached nearly 34-storeys, with exterior finishings in the early stages. Grid is now nearing its 45th storey and beginning to make its mark on Toronto’s skyline.
Installation of exterior finishes are continuing upwards about 20 storeys behind as the building grows, with the zig-zag pattern of dark and white contrasts becoming more apparent.
The Jarvis and Church Corridors have seen rapid growth, with the area seeing plenty of redevelopment of formerly low-rise sites. Construction continues across the street on Dundas Square Gardens, with its final podium height nearly reached. Grid’s height has also surpassed the 42-storey Pace Condos, blocking it from view in the image below from east of Grid.
We will return with updates as construction continues for Grid Condos. Additional information and images can be found in our database file for the project, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or leave a comment in the field provided at the bottom of this page.
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