We have so many exciting updates coming out of our bustling E Condos site at Yonge and Eglinton! Now that the crane is in and the foundation is laid, we’re all ready for the next stage – the raft pour.
In the below video, you can see our bustling site after night falls, where we’re pouring concrete to create the raft slab. Make sure you hit HD so you don’t miss a thing!
A raft slab, or raft foundation, is a style of foundation that uses steel bars to reinforce cement for a super-strong and durable base. This is one in several steps we have to take to ensure that E Condos will be safe, strong, and standing for years to come. It won’t be long until we start to develop above ground, but for now we’re not cutting any corners in ensuring our foundation is as strong as we can make it.
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Welcome to the October construction update for our Yonge and Eglinton project, E Condos! We’re so excited for this development to begin taking shape, and now that our crane is in, progress is coming faster than ever! You might remember about a month ago, we shared this mini construction update where we explained how to install a crane: Continue reading
It’s been a month since we’ve last checked in with you at Yonge and Eglinton, the site of our new midtown development E Condos, and lots has gone down – and up – since then!
It’s been a month since we last updated you on E Condos, our project going up at Yonge and Eglinton – to see our last construction update, head this way.
Things are coming along in the E8 Tower! Tiebacks have been completed and excavation of E8 is down to the dewatering elevation, meaning the dewatering process will start this week! That means we’ve hit groundwater, which we’ll have to drain before construction can continue at E8. Continue reading
Progress at the E Condos site is coming along faster than ever – it’s already time for another construction update! If you missed the previous one, click here to catch up. We’ve made some major progress in the month of June and, while we’re still in early stages, the site is in great shape and moving on time.
The structural caissons in the E8 (South Tower) raft slab was completed. The shoring work at this slab is currently in progress. Excavation of the third underground floor at the South Tower is also resuming this week. Continue reading
The city’s biggest warm-weather celebration of food is back, and it’s never been bigger. This year, Summerlicious has added lots of destinations around the city, including an expanded lineup way north of Bloor. We’re thrilled to see Toronto’s growing food scene expanding into Yonge and Eg and Yonge & Sheppard – and since we’ve been in the neighbourhood for a while, we thought we’d intro you to our favourite spots. Continue reading
What can we say? 2014 has been an awesome year for us at E Condos. With so much happening at Yonge and Eglinton and our project making its way into demolition and construction, we can easily say that 2014 has been our best year yet! We wanted to check in with the E Condos team for one last time this year and see what’s going on at the site. Read on for the details. Continue reading
There are few things that make us happier than a new wardrobe for spring, or summer! We’re lucky that we have projects in some of Toronto’s most fashionable hubs, including Bloor Yorkville, and E Condos at Yonge and Eglinton.
We popped into a few shops near E Condos (yes, we’ve started the demolition!) to get a feel for spring trends. Here’s what we found: Continue reading
Last week we shared with you three of our favourite restaurants in Yorkville that are partaking in the much-anticipated Summerlicious. We love the event so much that we took on the fun task of picking out our favourite restaurants in ever-so-poppin’ Yonge and Eglinton. Many restaurants are still taking reservations but we recommend calling them ASAP because Torontonians can’t get enough of Summerlicious. Continue reading