Waterworks Building

Work Begins for Waterworks Building Heritage Preservation

Waterworks Building redevelopment, MOD, Woodcliffe, Diamond Schmitt, Toronto
September 12, 2017 11:18 am | by Jack Landau | Comments
The wheels are in motion for MOD Developments and Woodcliffe Properties' much-anticipated adaptive reuse redevelopment of the heritage Waterworks Building at 505 ... read more

Waterworks Redevelopment Presented to Design Review Panel

MOD,Waterworks Building, 505 Richmond West, Diamond Schmitt, Woodcliffe, Toronto
December 2, 2016 12:00 pm | by Julian Mirabelli | Comments
In a city where contemporary developments and heritage buildings seem to be continually at odds with each other, Toronto's Design Review Panel was pleasantly surprised by a proposal that attempts ... read more

Waterworks Building Redevelopment Looks to History for Cues

Waterworks Building Redevelopment, Toronto, by MOD, Woodcliffe, Diamond Schmitt
November 17, 2016 5:59 pm | by Stefan Novakovic | Comments
In October, MOD Developments and Woodcliffe Properties' launch event saw the long vacant Waterworks Building become part of Toronto's King West scene for an evening. The evening offered a ... read more

Waterworks Building Showcases its Vision for the Future

October 28, 2016 2:15 pm | by David Rudin | Comments
The site that housed Toronto’s St. Andrew’s Market in the 19th century—an early counterpart to St. Lawrence and St. Patrick's Markets—once again fed and welcomed the public on Thursday night. It ... read more

MOD, Woodcliffe, and YMCA to Redevelop Waterworks Building

Waterworks Building Redevelopment, Toronto, by MOD, Woodcliffe, Diamond Schmitt
July 26, 2016 4:56 pm | by Stefan Novakovic | Comments
Toronto is a city of invisible histories. Where condos, parking lots and parks stand in place of bygone civic landmarks, the city wears the clothes of a younger place. West of Spadina, Maud Street ... read more

YMCA Proposed at Richmond Street Waterworks Site to Accommodate Growing Ward 20 Population

Ward 20, Joe Cressy, Waterworks, Richmond Street, YMCA
October 15, 2015 2:30 pm | by Salena Barry | Comments
Toronto's building boom brings cranes, dust, and a 7 AM to 7 PM din of construction noises to the downtown core and its periphery. It also prompts the question, "Do we actually have enough people ... read more