Reunion Crossing Mid-Rise Undergoing Glazing While Townhomes are On the Way

Reunion Crossing Mid-Rise Undergoing Glazing While Townhomes are On the Way

Diamond Kilmer Developments’ Reunion Crossing, leading to West St. Clair and Old Weston Road in Toronto’s West End, is a residential project designed primarily by Giannone Petricone Associates that consists of an 11-story residential building fronted on St. Clair Avenue West and five 3-story townhouses blocks north of it.

The construction site has been under construction since August 2020, when a shoring device appeared on the construction site. Since then, the mid-rise building has been completed, while work on the townhouses is in various stages.

Glazing and spandrels installed on mid-rise building, image by UT Forum contributor drum118

In addition to white, powder-coated aluminum parapet panels, glazing is currently being applied to the mid-rise building, creating a stripe effect on the upper half of the building’s facade. The upper part of the building will be clad exclusively with these panels and glazing, while the landing levels will be finished with red brick in some areas and anthracite-colored powder-coated aluminum panels in other areas.

Anthracite gray cladding of mid-rise building, image by UT Forum contributor drum118

Although cladding has begun, much remains to be done as balcony guards have yet to be installed and some exterior wall cladding on the upper levels has yet to be fitted.

The townhomes are in different construction phases; some have just formed their foundations….

Townhomes whose foundations have been laid, image by UT Forum contributor drum118

….while others have above ground framing work in progress.

Townhouses undergoing framing work, image by UT Forum contributor drum118

Upon completion, the mid-rise building will have 249 residential units with retail outlets at the base, while the five blocks of townhouses will total 96 units.

The interiors are appointed by Patton Design Studio while Janet Rosenberg & Studio are responsible for the landscaping.

Looking northeast towards the mid rise at Reunion Crossing, image courtesy DiamondKilmer

UrbanToronto will continue to track updates for this development, but in the meantime you can learn more from our database file for the project, linked below. If you’d like, you can join the conversation in the related project forum thread or leave a comment in the space provided on this page.

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