Osmington Gerofsky Development Corporation have submitted Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment applications to the City of Toronto to build a tower that would rise to 63 storeys and 209 metres atop a 6-storey Brutalist building on the northeast corner of Bloor Street East and Mount Pleasant Road.
Designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects, precast cladding is proposed for the residential tower that would complement the exterior of the 1968 to 1970-built 350 Bloor East, currently occupied by and branded with the Rogers logo. Heritage specialists ERA Architects are handling restoration of the exterior of the existing John B. Parkin Associates-designed office building, the interiors of which would be demolished and replaced with a contemporary structure.
A restaurant/retail area is proposed to be constructed within the western portion of the ground floor, overlooking Mount Pleasant Road and the Rosedale Ravine. Only the east wall of the existing building, which faces the blank wall of the residential condo building to the east, would be replaced by new construction, with then north, west, and south walls and their wedged precast concrete pillars maintained.
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|Related Companies:||COUNTERPOINT ENGINEERING, EQ Building Performance Inc., Gradient Wind Engineers & Scientists, Grounded Engineering Inc., Hariri Pontarini Architects, Osmington Gerofsky Development Corp, Urban Strategies Inc.|