Toronto issues $1.421 billion in February building permits

West Park Healthcare Centre
West Park Healthcare Centre

Ontario Construction News staff writer

Toronto recorded building permits valued at $1,421,157,257 in February.

Here is a summary of the five largest permits:

$385 million – 170 Emmet Ave.

The permit describes the permit as being for a new building associated with West Park Healthcare Centre. The “Complex Building No. 6” may be part of the site’s non-hospital development, which West Park says “will broaden the continuum of care on campus by building a mixed-use housing, health and social services for seniors and people with disabilities. Services may include supportive housing, hospice, community based services and doctors’ offices.”

$140 million — 33 Sherbourne St

Urban Toronto says The Whitfield will be a 39 storey, 484-unit development. Develpers are Menkes Developments and Core Development Group.  Architects are Giannone Petriconne Architects and Rafael + Bigauskas Architects (Architect of Record).

625 sheppard
625 Sheppard

$73.3 million – 625 Sheppard Ave.

This building is part of a three-structure condo and commercial (retail) development. The permit is for a 10-storey structure with 238 units. Graziani + Corazza Architects designed the project for Canderel Residential.

689 The Queensway
689 The Queensway

$66 million – 689 The Queensway

Urban Capital Property Group is developing this 200-unit, nine-storey condo project. The builder is Bluescape Construction Management and the architect is BDP Quadrangle.

771 Yonge St.$50 million – 771 Yonge St.

Giannone Petricone Associates has designed this 202-unit, 26-storey condo and commercial (retail) structure for Menkes Developments.

See all the February building permit applications and permits issued.

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