Brook McIlroy

Brook McIlroy

Brook McIlroy is an award-winning architecture, urban design, landscape architecture and planning firm with offices in Toronto and Thunder Bay. Our practice is founded on the ambition to create a truly multi-disciplinary office to address the complex and interrelated challenges of contemporary city building and design.

Projects span from large-scale urban visions and implementation strategies to the detailed design of buildings, landscapes and civic infrastructure. Each project is approached as a unique challenge focused on client engagement, community consultation and thorough place-specific research. Recognizing the profound impact our cities, buildings and landscapes have on the global environment Brook McIlroy proactively integrates sustainable development practices into all of its projects and the workplace.

Company information

51 Camden Street, Suite 300,, Toronto, ON M5V 1V2, Canada
+1 (416) 504 5997

Recent News

 Growth to Watch For 2017: Corktown-Regent Park-Cabbagetown
 Growth To Watch For: Dupont, the Junction, and St. Clair West
 Regent Park: New Plans Reveal Mix of Uses at Dundas & Sumach
 Photo of the Day: DUKE Condos
 Two 32-Storey Towers Proposed for 254 King Street East
 Stylish DUKE Condos by TAS Coming Together in The Junction
 Mid-Rise Condos Remaking Avenues West of Downtown
 Crane Rises over DUKE Condos Construction Site in The Junction
 Excavation at DUKE Condos is Underway in Toronto's Hip Junction
 TAS to Host Two Holiday Markets This Weekend
 Insider Q&A: Mazyar Mortazavi of TAS
 Guest Column: Toronto's Avenues are Starting to Get Crowded
 Construction of DUKE Condos Begins with Official Ground Breaking
 DUKE Condos to Add to Eclectic Junction Neighbourhood
 DUKE Condos Offers New Incentives with Only 23% of Units Left
 Ground Level Live-Work Units Add to Offerings at DUKE Condos
 DUKE Condos picks up 12 nominations for 34th Annual BILD Awards
 Sustainable Design a Key Component of DUKE Condos
 DUKE Condos Selling Well, New Incentives Offered by TAS
 Fairview Branch Library Officially Re-Opens to the Public
 DUKE Condos Designed with Junction Neighbourhood Values in Mind
 Richard Witt of Quadrangle Architects on DUKE Condos
 DUKE Condo reflects Junction Values while going Modern
 TAS Introduces DUKE Condos in The Junction
 TCHC Moves to Redevelop Allenbury Gardens
 Pre-application For 2803 Dundas Street West


254 King Street East

254 King Street East, Page + Steele/IBI Group, Toronto
254 King St. East, Toronto |
Proposed mixed-use redevelopment from ODC Holdings (V) Ltd. and Page + Steele/IBI Group at 254 King Street East, consisting of two 32-storey residential towers with a joined commercial/retail base ... go to project

Allenbury Gardens Redevelopment

Master Plan for Allenbury Gardens, by the TCHC, Fram Group, Toronto
3, 5, 11, 17, 21 Allenbury Gardens and 3, 5 Kingslake Road, Toronto | Toronto Community Housing Corporation

DUKE Condos

Duke Condos Toronto designed by Quadrangle Architects for TAS
2803 Dundas St. W. & Indian Grove, Toronto | TAS
TAS, the Toronto-based developers acclaimed for their astute, responsive vision, are bringing DUKE Condos to the corner of Dundas Street West (DU) and Keele Street (KE), a project literally named ... go to project

Regent Park: Block 16 South

Block 16 South, Regent Park, Toronto, by The Daniels Corporation, Core
Dundas and Sumach, Toronto | The Daniels Corporation
Mixed use development, comprising one market condominium (condo - 318 units) and one residential co-operative (co-op - 126 units), together with retail and office uses. The proposed design ... go to project