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Nicholas Residences condo construction site

May 31 2011: A small section of brick wall is all that remains…

 

67 St Nicholas Street

… as demolition of a building that once stood at 67 St Nicholas Street continues …

 

Nicholas Residences condo building rendering

… to make way for construction of the Nicholas Residences condo tower, depicted in these artistic illustrations from the condo project website

 

Nearly gone: Demolition of the former Regis College buildings at the southeast corner of St Mary and St Nicholas Streets was nearly finished when I walked past the site Tuesday afternoon. All that remained of the buildings was a section of brick wall running along the south perimeter of the property, where construction is expected to start soon for the 35-storey Nicholas Residences condo tower. Full details of the Nicholas Residences project are outlined in my March 31 2011 post, while photos of Regis College demolition activity during early May can be viewed in my May 11 2011 post. Below are more photos I snapped Tuesday of demolition activity at the condo project site.

 

67 St Nicholas Street demolition

May 31 2011: Demolition activity at 67 St Nicholas Street

 

67 St Nicholas Street demolition

May 31 2011: A demolition machine gradually knocks down the last remaining section of the south wall of the former Regis College building

 

Nicholas Residences condo construction site

May 31 2011: Looking southeast from St Mary Street toward the site where a Regis College building once stood at 15 St Mary Street

 

15 St Mary Street

May 31 2011: 15 St Mary Street is now a parking lot for demolition crews

 

15 St Mary Street demolition site

May 31 2011:  Three buildings once occupied this site at the southeast corner of St Mary and St Nicholas Streets, next to the Church of Scientology of Toronto (left)

 

15 St Mary Street demolition

May 31 2011: Part of the south wall of a former Regis College building at 67 St Nicholas Street is all that remained to be demolished Tuesday


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