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Mirvish and Gehry Pre Construction Condos

Quick Facts about Mirvish and Gehry Pre Construction Condos

Mirvish and Gehry Pre Construction Condos

Mirvish and Gehry Pre Construction Condos Summary & Highlights:

Direct access directly across the St at 225 King St. W!

  • With 3.7 million square feet of retail space, there are 1,200 restaurants, shops and services in the PATH, generating roughly $1.7 billion in sales annually. An estimated 4,600 jobs are located in the PATH. The PATH generates approximately $271 million in federal, provincial, and municipal tax revenue annually.
  • More than 75 buildings are connected to the PATH. Six subway stations, three major department stores, nine hotels, and Toronto’s busiest transit hub – Union Station – are accessible through the PATH. The PATH provides links to some of Toronto’s most popular tourist and entertainment attractions, including the Hockey Hall of Fame, Roy Thomson Hall, the Air Canada Centre and CF Toronto Eaton Centre. City Hall and Metro Hall are also connected through the PATH.
  • Each segment of the walkway system is owned and controlled by the owner of the property through which it runs. There are about 35 corporations involved.
  • It is possible to walk through the PATH from the waterfront to Downtown Yonge, and from the Entertainment District to Yonge St. all of which connect through Toronto’s world class Financial District.

The west tower will be the tallest Gehry-designed building in the world!

The 74-storey east tower and 84-storey west tower to be built on King Street West between the Royal Alexandra Theatre and Princess of Wales Theatre will include 2,087 condominium suites, shops, either a hotel or offices, and OCAD University, occupying 2 floors of the east tower.

 Each tower is still made of asymmetrically stacked boxes, which cantilever out in different directions, yet a complimentary pair. The façades of the latest Gehry Partners design features energy-efficient materials: blue glass curtain wall and stainless steel. Each will provide a subtle play of light. The glass – mostly on the west tower – is mostly regular, but selected panels tilt outward by as much as a metre to catch the light at different angles, explained Gehry partner David Nam. Mr. Gehry calls this “crinkle.”

 According to Mitchell Cohen, COO of Westdale Properties, “When you take the shape of the buildings, the sun, which changes all of the time, the variety of materials and the different angles of the glass, it’s a really carefully choreographed dance that provides unique views that are never the same.

“It’s a surprise around every corner when you look at that building. The ensemble will become an instant landmark in Toronto.”

Mirvish and Gehry Developers

Toronto-based Westdale has owned, managed and developed real estate across North America for more than 60 years. Its Canadian portfolio includes close to 7,000 residential units and more than 2.5 million square feet of retail, commercial and industrial spaces.

Toronto-headquartered Great Gulf is a low-rise and high-rise developer that was founded in 1975. It has more than 8,000 high-rise units in development or under construction and delivers more than 5,000 single-family homes across North America annually.

Dream is a developer of office and residential assets in its hometown of Toronto, owns stabilized income-generating assets in both Canada and the U.S., and has an asset management business that includes $8 billion of assets under management across three Toronto Stock Exchange-listed trusts and numerous partnerships.