Portland Commons | 71.32m | 15s | Carttera | Sweeny &Co

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If this comes out to fruition as currently rendered I think we'll be able to declare that the old ambitious Sweeny & Co is finally back!
 

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Project website launched by Carttera:


This latest 530,000 sf office development adds to Carttera’s ambitious vision: to create workspaces designed to attract forward-thinking organizations.

At the intersection of Front Street West and Portland Street will emerge a new 530,000 sf innovative office building designed with a focus on technology, wellness and sustainability. Opportunities are available to customize tenant’s experiences with private lobbies, corporate branding and dedicated elevators: all designed to enhance today’s organizational needs. Portland Commons’ unique floor plates create channels to foster collaboration, productivity, health and employee wellness. And for a truly bespoke impression, multiple private terraces elevate employee and client experiences, while enhancing the overall corporate brand.

In collaboration with architects from Sweeny & Co., Carttera will transform the corner of Front and Portland into a workspace environment designed to achieve the highest standards of innovation and sustainability by targeting LEED Gold and WIRED Score Gold.

Construction begins Summer 2020, with occupancy beginning Summer 2023.



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Well done! inline with the podium color scheme (copper/red/brown) and material of Western most building of the Well and honouring the heritage building and King West neighbourhood.
 

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I like the base, even though the whole things feels a little all over the place.
 

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532 Front's been a survivor but not for much longer, it seems. I suppose that knocking it down is a kinder fate than a ghastly facadectomy.
 

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