100 Yorkville at Bellair

Toronto, ON

Project Facts

  • Location

    Toronto, ON

  • Status

    Completed 2009

  • Size

    270,000 Sq. Ft.

  • Partner

  • Client

    Invar Building Group

100 Yorkville at Bellair is a mixed-use development in the heart of Yorkville, a densely urban district of high-end retail, dining, and residences. Traversing the centre of a block, the project weaves itself in and around the existing neighbourhood. Organized around a landscaped courtyard, the development includes retail, commercial, and residential uses. The western and eastern edges are bookended by two condominium towers of 8 and 17 storeys. To the north, along Scollard Street, a row of traditionally-styled townhouses help the project blend with the low-rise, Victorian-era surroundings. The southwestern edge, along Yorkville Avenue, incorporates the 1923 façade of the original Mount Sinai Hospital. Completing the southern streetscape is a two-storey retail building that is interrupted by a row of existing houses.

Project Facts

  • Location

    Toronto, ON

  • Status

    Completed 2009

  • Size

    270,000 Sq. Ft.

  • Partner

  • Client

    Invar Building Group

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The project employs a visual vocabulary of light and colour, material and texture, openness and shelter. A common approach to architectural detail and expression unifies the structures.

The project employs a visual vocabulary of light and colour, material and texture, openness and shelter. A common approach to architectural detail and expression unifies the structures.

Large windows and pedestrian passageways break up the visual and physical bulk of the buildings and help them integrate with their surroundings.

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Large windows and pedestrian passageways break up the visual and physical bulk of the buildings and help them integrate with their surroundings.

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The dominant materials—pre-cast stone, copper, and glass—harmonize with the neighbourhood’s character and were selected for their contemporary, yet enduring qualities.

The dominant materials—pre-cast stone, copper, and glass—harmonize with the neighbourhood’s character and were selected for their contemporary, yet enduring qualities.

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Nestled in the heart of one of Toronto’s most luxurious neighbourhoods, this prestigious project incorporates the historic Mount Sinai Hospital façade, while creating a new development that combines retail, commercial, and office space at ground level, topped by two distinct, luxury condominium buildings above.

Nestled in the heart of one of Toronto’s most luxurious neighbourhoods, this prestigious project incorporates the historic Mount Sinai Hospital façade, while creating a new development that combines retail, commercial, and office space at ground level, topped by two distinct, luxury condominium buildings above.