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Office 1: 215,00 sq.ft. 9 storey office building with retail at the base
Office 2: 215,000 sq.ft., 9 storey office building with retail at the base
Pool and rooftop terrace
Solar panels
Parliament St. boating slip
Outdoor dining lounge
Rooftop urban garden
Green roof
Sherbourne Common a water treatment facility that doubles as a city park. It is filled with skaters, dog walkers and mothers pushing strollers. A small but highly sculptural zinc-clad pavilion hides much of the cleaning equipment and provides space for a future café. Rows of trees and grassy expanses add spatial definition to the lawn and playground. Three huge concrete structures, vaguely socialist realist in appearance, support the mesh framework down which clean water flows on its way back to Lake Ontario. www.thestar.com The new waterfront facility has already changed the neighbourhood and the best is yet to come.
Future residential with retail at street level
Future residential with retail at street level
Future residential with retail at street level
Water's edge promenade will connect to Sherbourne Common and Sugar Beach to the west
Future residential with retail at ground level
Future residential with retail at ground level
Future residential with retail at ground level
Aqualina, a 363-suite condominium will spearhead Hines' plan to develop Bayside Toronto into a neighbourhood on Toronto's downtown waterfront. Hines' 10-year-plan for the site includes the creation of more than two million sq. ft. of commercial, retail, cultural and residential development.
Bonnycastle St. will connect with a new road running along the waterfront and north to Queens Quay on the east side to form a U for shoppers and residents ease of access
Bayside Toronto is bounded by Queens Quay East to the north, Parliament Slip to the east, Lake Ontario to the south and Sherbourne Common to the west.