October 26, 2011
Tucker Hi-Rise continues excavating for One Bloor Condo in Toronto
WILLIAM CONWAY/PROGRESS PHOTOGRAPHY
Excavating continues on the One Bloor Condo and retail project in Toronto, Ont.
Developer Great Gulf Homes along with Tucker Hi-Rise Construction Inc. have completion of the 70-storey tower with over 700 units scheduled for the end of 2014. The project designed for LEED certification will include retail on the first three floors with fitness/spa facilities, pools and outdoor terrace on floors six and seven. There will also be six-levels of underground parking and the project was designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects.
Consultants include: Jablonsky Ast & Partners (structural); Able Engineering Inc. (mechanical/electrical); Fluent Group Consulting Inc. (LEED); Cecconi Simone Inc. (interior) and Janet Rosenberg & Associates Inc. (landscape).
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