Toronto's Regent Park neighbourhood is growing fast as the long-term revitalization of the neighbourhood continues, with several new residential towers now under construction in the area. Among them, work continues below grade on The Daniels Corporation's Artworks Tower complex at the northwest corner of Dundas and River streets, where the Quadrangle-designed development's 11 and 33-storey condominium towers will begin their rise above grade in a few months time.
The first signs of construction were spotted back in November, 2018. Site grading, shoring, and excavation followed into Summer, 2019, when a pair of cranes were installed to begin forming of the site's three-level underground garage.
At the time of our last update in October, large sections of the lowest level, P3, were in place, and crews were laying down the first sections of floor forms at the southeast corner of the P2 level above. The latest photos show the completed P3 level has been topped by additional walls and columns for the P2 level, while floor forms and the start of rebar cages for columns are now in place for the P1 level.
An animated GIF shows the site's forming progression between September and this week, from three updates posted by UrbanToronto Forum contributor skycandy.
The completed three-level garage will eventually house 355 parking spaces for residents, their visitors, and retail patrons.
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 in the field below.
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