The Toronto waterfront might get a brand new — and really tall — addition within the type of a 45-storey apartment tower.
The tower, which can rise at 25 Queens Quay East close to the Yonge intersection, is a part of the third part of Cityzen Growth Group’s gargantuan Pier 27 undertaking.
The event’s first two phases, the 35-storey Tower at Pier 27 and the two-building, 14-storey Waterlink at Pier 27, had been accomplished in 2020 and 2016, respectively.
Now, the event’s third and closing part is ready to incorporate not solely the 45-storey tower but in addition a smaller 11-storey constructing. Each are anticipated to be mixed-use residential.
The 45-storey constructing will rise straight east of The Tower at Pier 27, and the brand new 11-storey constructing will go on the jap facet of the brand new tower.
Renderings present that the brand new buildings, though completely different in design, will complement the three present elements of the event, having predominantly white and glass exteriors.
Inside, the tower may have 449 residential models and the 11-storey constructing may have 136 models for a complete of 585 new models, in keeping with the Metropolis of Toronto planning software.
Plans additionally name for a mixed complete of 1,133 sq metres of non-residential area between the 2 buildings.
Particulars on the precise utilization of the non-residential area and the scale of residential models haven’t but been made public.
The event software for the waterfront apartment tower and the 11-storey constructing was submitted to the Metropolis of Toronto earlier this week and continues to be pending approval, Cityzen Growth Group confirmed to Every day Hive. A zoning bylaw modification is required to permit for the peak of the 45-storey constructing.