Enthusiastically mixing uses to find new ways of living and working together.
We are determined to honour and expand the creative energy and vibrant mix of uses historically housed at 888 Dupont Street through our redevelopment of this site. We have proposed a unique project that seeks to push the definition of mixed-use by integrating commercial and public spaces from the street to the rooftop. Imagine a vertical main street that includes live-work units, micro-retail, light-industrial, galleries, urban agriculture, outdoor pavilions, and a rooftop restaurant boasting impressive views of the Toronto skyline. This architecturally distinct project will bring great prominence to and improve the public realm experience at Dupont and Ossington. It is truly emblematic of TAS’s approach and we can’t wait to share more soon.
Location: Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson Junction neighbourhood, Toronto, Canada
Estimated Completion: 2024
Design Architect: Suulin Architects
Executive Architect: ZAS Architects + Interiors
Landscape Architect: gh3*
Community Consultation: PROCESS
- 180,000 square feet over 13-storeys
- Approximately 60% residential and 40% non-residential
- 99 live-work apartments, 13 of which have been proposed as affordable (80% of city-wide average market rent)
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Please note that while we work through the municipal approval process, TAS made ~40 commercial units available at this property on a short-term basis to creative industry tenants such as artists, makers and designers – notably including Akin Projects.