Growing swiftly and steadily out of the south east corner of Yonge and Bloor in downtown Toronto, One Bloor is taking shape with a decent teaser amount of exterior cladding to show off its curves. Staying true to the original artist’s renderings, unique wave-like panels are covering the lower parts of the building and creating a striking look for the intersection.
Have a look at the progress so far to date:
As of the date of this writing, it is believed that occupancy will begin for the earliest residents in the spring of 2016, hopefully around April or May 2016. This has been pushed forward from the originally planned date of January 2016. Understandably, with a project of this size and magnitude, it’s difficult to estimate the occupancy timing until progress is well underway. Now as the construction inches closer to the roof being completed and the building envelop being closed, it’s easier for the builder to determine when residents can realistic gain occupancy to their suites.
With the excitement of occupancy approaching, it’s important to remember that even when a builder grants you the keys to the suite, don’t quite yet expect the entire building to be complete. It’s very frequently the case that the common areas (lobby, hallways, amenities areas and more) are not done yet. It will just be your suite interior that will be ready to call home, with access likely to your parking and/or locker units as well.
If you’re considering selling your suite either soon on an assignment basis or later on as a resale unit after registration, feel free to connect with me and I can help explain the process and provide you with your options. Alternatively, if you’re aiming to become a landlord, I can assist with rental and property management services that I’d be happy to explain as well.