372-378 Yonge Street

Mixed-Use, Residential

Nestled at the southwest corner of Yonge and Gerrard in downtown Toronto, 372-378 Yonge Street is a proposed 73-storey mixed-used tower with heritage buildings anchored at its base.  Designed with a slender massing and organic curvatures, the tower will be clad in a striking reflective blue curtain wall glazing and punctuated by metallic finishes on the exposed structural exoskeleton.

The tower will cantilever above the preserved heritage buildings, highlighting among them the old Dominion Bank Building designed in 1930 by John M. Lyle.  With a proposed gross floor area of 371,000 sq ft., once complete the tower will be home to some 415 residential units with an additional 8,000 sq. ft. of retail at grade in the heritage component. Given the site’s close proximity to transit stations, the four below grade levels will boast ample parking — to bicycles, not vehicles.

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Location
Toronto, ON
Client
Yonge & Gerrard Partners Inc., Turbo-Mac Ltd., Trimed Investments Inc.
Collaborators
GBCA Architects
Ferris + Associates Inc.
Arup
Smith + Andersen
Counterpoint Engineering
HGC Engineering Inc.
Gradient Wind Engineers & Scientists
SA Footprint
McClymont & Rak Engineers, Inc. Urban Forest Associates Inc.
Opus Management Inc.
Schaeffer Dzaldov Bennett Ltd.
LEA Consulting
DIALOG Services

Architecture

The Team