Found this info on the MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects website.
"The $110 million Block 31 complex forms the CIVIC & COMMUNITY CENTRE of the Toronto railway lands redevelopment. Located north of the Gardiner Expressway / Lakeshore Blvd. corridor between Bathurst and Spadina Streets, the complex condenses several civic projects into a unified entity.
The project incorporates 350,000 square feet of family housing in an area of predominantly small residential units and opens onto the large central park that extends westward to Bathurst Street.
The perimeter of the project organizes several public institutions on the street: a Toronto District School Board Elementary School, a Toronto Catholic District School Board Elementary School, a City of Toronto Child Services Daycare Centre, and a City of Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation Public Recreation Centre. The public institutions are designed to interconnect to reduce operating costs and to share scheduling and facilities.
The project is meant to be a demonstration project for energy efficiency and sustainability. Joint venture architects MJMA and aA are working with Transsolar Energietechnik GmbH from Germany and Enermodal Engineering to achieve a LEED certification for the entire project and to propose an alternate civic form to the surrounding tower configurations.
The project is based on courtyard models that structure public space around usable public space connected directly to both the street and park surroundings.
Client/Owner City of Toronto
Toronto Community Housing Corporation
Toronto Catholic District School Board
Toronto District School Board
City of Toronto Child Services
City of Toronto Park, Forestry & Recreation
Project Area 510,000 sq.ft.
Construction Cost $110,000,000"