1075 Bay Street

Toronto, ON

Project Facts

  • Location

    Toronto, ON

  • Status

    In Progress

  • Size

    420,00 Sq. Ft.

  • Partner

  • Client

    Canderel

1075 Bay, a 66-storey mixed-use condominium and office tower in downtown Toronto, will become a striking addition the Bloor-Yorkville skyline. The tower will replace an existing 13-storey office and retail building on Bay between Bloor and Wellesley, adding 528 residential units and new office space to the block. At street level, sidewalks will be widened and new retail space will enliven the public realm with a pedestrian-oriented podium and a mid-block connection that provides office lobby access from the public walkway to the east. Above, the office levels will feature large floorplates, topping off at the 14th level. The floorplates will then step back to the north on the residential amenity level, allowing for an expansive landscaped outdoor terrace and indoor amenities that will extend up to the floor above. Condominium units will span the upper 50 levels, reaching up towards the enclosed indoor lounge and amenity space on the penthouse floor that will offer all residents access to panoramic city views.

Project Facts

  • Location

    Toronto, ON

  • Status

    In Progress

  • Size

    420,00 Sq. Ft.

  • Partner

  • Client

    Canderel

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The curtain wall exterior will wrap around the skeleton of the building, becoming a unifying skin that will visually link the office and residential levels of the tower. Peeling at critical moments to blur the line between indoor and outdoor spaces, the skin is pierced by residential balconies on the east and west façade.

The curtain wall exterior will wrap around the skeleton of the building, becoming a unifying skin that will visually link the office and residential levels of the tower. Peeling at critical moments to blur the line between indoor and outdoor spaces, the skin is pierced by residential balconies on the east and west façade.

Sculpted to transition from large to smaller floor plates, the resulting shape of the building presents a unique face to Bay Street with a slender rising tower above.

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Sculpted to transition from large to smaller floor plates, the resulting shape of the building presents a unique face to Bay Street with a slender rising tower above.