Tag Archives: Tact Design

Wrecking crews clearing sites for Casa 2, King+ and King Charlotte condo tower construction

42 Charles Street East

October 25 2012: Demolition crews are busy dismantling the 9-storey building at 42 Charles Street East that formerly housed offices for the Toronto YMCA…


39 Hayden Street

… as well as this 3-storey brick law office building right behind it, at 39 Hayden Street, to clear the site for the 56-storey Casa 2 Condominium tower


King Charlotte condo site

October 20 2012: Piles of rubble and metal are all that remain of the 3-storey warehouse building that once stood at 11 Charlotte Street …


11 Charlotte Street

… seen here on March 29 2011. It has been demolished to make way for the 32-storey King Charlotte condo tower. Click on the photo to view a larger image.


King+ Condos site

October 4 2012: Low-rise buildings that once stood at 37 Sherbourne Street have been razed to make room for the 17-storey King+ Condos


King+ Condos site

… which will incorporate into the new tower part of the facade of the historic National Hotel building at 251 King East, constructed in 1868



Getting wrecked: Demolition and other site preparation work is clearing the way for construction to commence on three condo tower projects in three different downtown neighbourhoods.

Two office buildings are being knocked down and ripped apart near Yonge & Bloor to make room for the 56-storey Casa 2 Condominium that will take their place. The 9-storey brick building at 42 Charles Street East formerly housed offices of the Toronto YMCA, while the 3-storey brick building to its north, at 39 Hayden Street, had previously been home to a law firm. (For more information on the Casa 2 project, see my September 17 2012 post.)



Crane comes down as Sync Lofts construction moves closer to completion on Queen East

Sync Lofts 630 Queen Street East

October 16 2012: A flatbed truck moves into position to load a segment of the construction crane that was disassembled at the Sync Lofts construction site


Sync Lofts

The 8-storey condo loft building now looks much like this artistic rendering — by Toronto architects Tact Design — that appears on the project website.


Loft living: Yesterday’s removal of the big red construction crane was a sure sign that construction of the Sync Lofts condo building is moving closer to completion.

The newest residential addition to Toronto’s Riverside District, Sync Lofts is situated at 630 Queen Street East, between the Don Valley Parkway and Broadview Avenue. A project of Streetcar, Sync Lofts was designed by Toronto’s Tact Design.