Designed by Wallman Architects, Scala’s contemporary terraced form has now reached its full height. The on-site construction team at Scala has poured the last slab of concrete for the roof, which means it has officially “topped off”.
The ‘topping off’ of a community is an exciting milestone. It brings everyone – from the many trades professionals, consultants, and others who worked to bring Scala to this stage of construction – to celebrate their eff. It’s also an important milestone for homeowners as it marks the end of forming and brings them one step closer to occupancy of their new home.
Scala’s Unique Zig-Zag Panels.
At this stage of construction, the building exterior is well-formed; future residents and architecture lovers can appreciate the zig-zag pattern of perforated aluminum panels that enclose the balconies on the sides of the building. Installation of these zig-zag panels is now underway, and is expected to be completed in March 2022.
Scala’s Modern Interior.
The interiors are also coming to life, with suite framing taking place on the 11th floor. Framing is the installation of the metal studs (like the wooden 2 x 4’s used in low-rise construction) which become the outline of the suite walls. As the suites are framed, mechanical, HVAC and plumbing are following closely behind. Kitchen installations are at the 5th floor, and the first hardwood flooring is being placed.
Scala’s amenities, including the inviting lobby, fitness centre, party room, theatre, and more, are also starting to take shape with drywall, tilling and carpentry underway.
Scala – Life in Nature.
Located near Leslie and Sheppard, Scala is beautifully nestled amidst an expanse of green space, featuring stepped terraces overlooking the Toronto skyline and the surrounding ravine and parkland. The community is still within easy walking distance to the many dining, shopping and entertainment options in the lovely Bayview Village neighbourhood.
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