$112 million permit for Warden Station Redevelopment largest of $1.14 billion in January Toronto permits

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The Warden Station Redevelopment

Ontario Construction News staff writer

Toronto recorded building permits valued at $1,133,688,984 in January.

Here is a summary of the five largest permits

$112 million – 701 Warden Ave.

The Warden Station Redevelopment is the largest permit issued in January. The two-storey transit station at the corner of Warden Avenue and St. Clair Avenue East, has been designed by WSP and Strasman Architects Inc. for theToronto Transit Commission. EllisDon is the general contractor.

wzmh bathhurst$100 million – 64 Bathurst St.

WZMH is the Architect of Record for the 17-storey development with 307 rental residential units, offices and retail space, indoor and rooftop amenities, built over three levels of below-grade parking.

$100,000 million – 1285 Queen St. E.

Urban Toronto reports that The Poet Condominiums “is Fieldgate Urban’s redevelopment of the Beer Store location at Queen and Hastings with a 6-storey condominium development, designed by TACT Architecture.”

humbertown redevelopment$100 million – 270 The Kingsway

This project is part of a mixed-use residential development with non-residential elements at what had been the Humbertown Shopping Centre in Etobicoke.

islington station redevelopment$85 million – 1226 Islington Ave. W.

AECOM designed this redevelopment of the Islington Station for the Toronto Transit Commission.

See all the January Toronto Building Permit applications and permits issued.


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