Tridel's new Bloor and Sherbourne area condo James Cooper Mansion is soon to be completed. The 32-storey tower, designed by Burka Architects, incorporates the original 1882 Second-Empire style James Cooper House from the site, preserved by heritage specialists Goldsmith Borgal Architects, which will now to function as the building's amenities' centre. 

James Cooper Mansion by Tridel with Burka and Goldsmith Borgal Architects

James Cooper Mansion by Tridel with Burka and Goldsmith Borgal Architects

James Cooper Mansion by Tridel with Burka and Goldsmith Borgal Architects

A new 2 level penthouse suite design has recently been added to the website. The suite is about 2515 ft. sq., faces south west and has an extensive terrace on the upper level.

James Cooper Mansion by Tridel with Burka and Goldsmith Borgal Architects

James Cooper Mansion by Tridel with Burka and Goldsmith Borgal Architects

The view from the unit's windows, will not look like the above, but facing south, will be this:

James Cooper Mansion by Tridel with Burka and Goldsmith Borgal Architects

From the second level terrace, the east views towards the Don Valley and beyond will be this...

James Cooper Mansion by Tridel with Burka and Goldsmith Borgal Architects

while this will be the west view towards the uptown core.

James Cooper Mansion by Tridel with Burka and Goldsmith Borgal Architects

Here is the unit's floor plan:

James Cooper Mansion by Tridel with Burka and Goldsmith Borgal Architects

The building will begin occupancy in February, 2011.