In the time since we last checked in on construction of J. Davis House, a 9-storey, Graziani + Corazza Architects-designed condominium development from Mattamy Homes and Biddington Group, the project's above-ground area has almost quadrupled in size. Taking shape just north of Davisville subway station in Midtown Toronto, the project has been underway since late 2017, and in November 2018, work had just begun on the second above-grade level. Now the building is now within a couple storeys of topping off over Yonge Street.
J. David House fronts Yonge Street with a six-storey volume before stepping back, and that is now fully formed. Starting with the seventh storey, the building steps back slightly, and current views show forming has begun for the 8th level floor slab above.
One more residential level and a mechanical penthouse will follow to top off the mid-rise.
Cladding installation will begin to enclose the exterior in the coming months. Renderings show red brick piers and precast sections framing areas of window wall.
Once construction wraps up, the project will bring 191 new condominium suites to a stretch of Yonge Street primed to intensify with plenty of mid-rise density in the coming years, acting as a moderate density area between the high-density towers being built close to the subway stations at Davisville and Eglinton.
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|Related Companies:||Biddington Group, GCB interior architecture inc., Graziani + Corazza Architects, L.A. Inc., Mattamy Homes, Milborne Group, tcgpr (The Communications Group), Terraplan/Studio TLA|