East of the Wilson subway station in the North York neighborhood of Toronto, the construction of Collecdev’s Nordic Condos has progressed since our last story with another major addition to the equipment on the site: At the far west end of the pit, excavation has been completed and a third Tower crane has been installed so that formwork activities can move forward at this end of the construction site.
Looking southwest, a third crane installed at the westernmost end of the site, photo by Edward Skira
The last time we checked in at the construction site in mid-July, the first crane was working on the walls and supports of the two-story underground car park on level P1 at the east end of the pit, and a second crane was ready for installation in the center. At the eastern end of the site, slab P1 with towering columns has now been completed, while formwork for the outer and inner walls is on site. Slab P1 is created closer to the center of the site.
View to the southwest over the grounds of Nordic Condos, photo by Edward Skira
Nordic’s Collecdev-designed buildings will each be 12 stories high and 41 meters high above Wilson Avenue. The complex will bring 429 condominiums to the area and at the same time replace the 160 rental units from demolished buildings with new rental suites.
Nordic Condos, image courtesy Collecdev
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