Our sister site UrbanToronto.ca reports on an update to a proposal for a two-tower supertall development planned on Toronto's King Street:

Looking northwest to an updated model of Mirvish+Gehry Toronto, image from submission to the City of Toronto

The tallest Frank Gehry-designed structures in the world are proposed to get taller. The proposed east and west towers of Mirvish+Gehry Toronto are now proposed to rise to 301.55 metres and 329 metres, respectively, to the top of glazed parapet walls crowing the towers, following a submission by Great GulfDream Unlimited, and Westdale Properties for Official Plan and Zoning Bylaw amendments with revised plans. The proposed heights place both towers above 300 metres, the number at which the Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat recognizes a tower as a 'supertall'.

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Related Companies:  Brandon Communications, Dream Unlimited, Gehry Partners, Great Gulf, MMM Group Limited, Montana Steele, Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects, Projectcore, Quadrangle, RJC Engineers, Westdale Properties, WSP