Just over a year and a half ago, Marlin Spring Developments celebrated the start of construction on WestBeach Condominiums at 1630 Queen Street East, just east of Coxwell Avenue in Toronto's Beach Triangle area. The six-storey, Graziani + Corazza Architects-designed condo development has progressed a great deal since work began, and is now sitting just shy of its final height.

The project celebrated a milestone less than 14 months after the March, 2018 ground breaking when concrete rose above grade. Progress has been steady in the months since, with the project reaching the three-storey mark in August, with crews now beginning to form the sixth and final residential floor. A mechanical penthouse and amenity level will follow to bring the mid-rise to its full height.

Looking northeast to WestBeach Condos, image by Forum contributor AlbertC

As the building approaches structural completion, cladding installation will commence shortly. Architectural plans indicate the building will be finished in a mix of white precast panels, brick, clear window wall and balcony glazing, as well as spandrel panels and bird-friendly glass on lower levels.

Looking northwest to WestBeach Condos, image by Forum contributor AlbertC

Once complete, the new project will contribute to the expansion of the retail stretch along Queen Street East with three street-fronting retail units totalling 726 m² of space. Above them will be 89 condominium units.

WestBeach Condominiums, image courtesy of Marlin Spring

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 thread, or leave a comment below.

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