The two sides of Victory Condos

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Victory Condos construction progress

Balconies on the north side of Victory Condos, viewed from a park below

 

Victory Condos construction progress

Adelaide Street West view of Victory Condos and Quad Lofts, left

 

Victory Condos construction progress

Victory Condos frontage along King Street West on February 17 2011

 

Both sides now: My January 15 post about Victory Condos included photos of the building site and construction progress as viewed from King Street West. A few weeks ago, I took a walk down Adelaide Street West so I could get some pics of the building’s north side. Here they are.

 

Victory Condos construction progress

Victory Condos viewed from Spadina Avenue on February 17 2011

 

Victory Condos construction progress

Victory Condos north side viewed from a lane on Adelaide St. W.

 

 

Victory Condos construction progress

Adelaide Street West view of Victory Condos and its two Quad Lofts neighbours. The long excavation site in the foreground, along on the south side of Adelaide, is where the Lofts 399 Condos are currently under construction.

 

 

Victory Condos construction progress

Victory Condos viewed from a driveway beside Quad Lofts

 

Victory Condos construction progress

North side of Victory Condos viewed from a driveway behind the building

 

Victory Condos construction progress

Victory Condos viewed from a park between the two Quad Lofts buildings

 

Victory Condos construction progress

South side of Victory Condos seen from King Street near Brant Street

 

Victory Condos construction progress

The upper levels of the 12-storey condo building approach completion

 

Victory Condos construction progress

King Street West view of the Victory Condos entrance area

 

Victory Condos construction progress

Victory Condos facade coming together above King Street West

 

Victory Condos construction progress

Another view Victory Condos from King Street West

 

Victory Condos construction progress

Another view of the Victory Condos ground level along King Street West

 

Victory Condos construction progress

Looking up the front of the building from King Street West

 

Victory Condos construction progress

Victory Condos construction progress on February 17 2011


2 thoughts on “The two sides of Victory Condos

  1. Eric

    The building is really a big frat house on the weekends and the elevators never work. It a great place to live if you enjoy frequent alarm testings by drunk people.

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