Toronto's Entertainment District used to be a place dominated by clubs and parking lots - of course this was only a few years ago. These days it is much easier to find cranes and construction hoarding than a parking spot, as the district is transformed into a functioning neighbourhood. Last year we saw the groundbreaking for Theatre Park, an architectsAlliance-designed 47-storey residential tower by Lamb Development Corp, Niche Developments, and Harhay Construction Management. Located on King Street West next door to the 105 year-old Royal Alexandra Theatre and steps away from Roy Thompson Hall, The Princess of Wales Theatre and the TIFF Bell Lightbox, Theatre Park will be a prime location for culture and fine arts enthusiasts. 

Theatre Park Lamb Development Corp architectsAlliance TorontoTheatre Park, Image courtesy of Lamb Development Corp.

The foundations for Theatre Park have been laid and the structure has recently breached ground level, revealing the early stages of the podium's construction. The project's ground floor will feature a public forecourt effectively widening the King Street sidewalk into a landscaped public space, and providing an often overlooked amenity in downtown condominium construction.


King Street frontage, future forecourt Theatre Park Lamb Development aA TorontoKing Street frontage, future forecourt - Image by Jack Landau

Walls forms Theatre Park Lamb Developments architectsAlliance King Street TorontCrews working on ground floor of Theatre Park, with Pearl Street in the background - Image by Jack Landau

Walls forms Theatre Park Lamb Developments architectsAlliance King Street TorontWall forms on the ground floor of Theatre Park - Image by Jack Landau

When complete, Theatre Park will feature a bar and restaurant at ground level and one above, while higher up residents will enjoy amenities such as a fitness centre, and a terrace with outdoor pool amongst other offerings.

Theatre Park Terrace and Pool architectsAlliance Lamb Development Corp TorontoTheatre Park Terrace and Pool, Image courtesy of Lamb Development Corp

Want to learn more? Additional information and renderings can be found in our dataBase listing linked below. To follow construction as it progresses, visit our Forum discussion here.