Situated in the Art and Entertainment District on King Street West in Toronto, Ontario will encompass 2 residential condominium towers instead of the 3 as originally planned. After much debate, it was agreed between a city working group and Mirvish's group to develop and proceed with this massive downtown project.
Design of this project is ready to shock the world. Two residential towers consisting of 92 and 82 storeys respectively with a proposed 1,949 dwelling units located on 260-322 King Street West between John Street and Simcoe Street in the heart of the Art District of Toronto.
This development plan includes the preservation of the Princess of Wales Theatre, includes space for art exhibitions and the OCAD University
The master plan for Mirvish+Gehry Toronto includes over 85,000 sq. ft. of multi-level retail opportunities and approximately 115,000 sq. ft. of office space in the heart of Toronto’s Arts and Entertainment District.
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The Mirvish + Gehry Toronto is a long time project coming from theatre mogul David Mirvish in conjunction with Projectcore developers and renowned architect Frank Gehry.
A powerful creative synergy is set to transform Toronto’s iconic King Street arts and entertainment district. David Mirvish and Frank Gehry have joined forces to unveil a bold new vision for our Cultural Corridor, with the creation of a new public gallery, cultural and educational facilities, residential and business spaces. The inspired vision will see King Street evolve into a thriving, livable urban community, a great address to come home to and experience the finest in art, culture, design and life that Toronto has to offer.