Six Skyscrapers to Transform Toronto Future Skyline

Nothing says urban living more than skyscrapers, graded skylines, and fast living: all things that are quickly becoming synonymous with living in Toronto. Although it’s not one of the nine cities in the world that have over 100 skyscrapers, Toronto is fast becoming taller with about 77 skyscrapers already built, 32 still being built and 92 either approved or being proposed.

In this article, we focus on some of the skyscrapers that are set to redesign the Toronto future skyline:

SkyTower, 95 Storeys

Slated for completion by 2024, Skytower will be the tallest building in Toronto just behind the CN Tower at a proposed height of 1028ft. Its designer Hariri Pontarini created it as one of the three towers of the Pinnacle project, a luxury condo development at One Yonge. The luxurious Skytower will have a record-breaking 95 Storeys, consisting of over 800 condominium suites with various layouts ranging from 520 to 2,309 square feet and with starting prices of over $800,000. For more information, visit Condo Mapper.

Mirvish+Gehry, 92 & 82 Storeys

Currently under construction and located at the center of Toronto’s entertainment district, the double towers have a proposed 82 and 92 Storeys, respectively. Moreover, they’ll make for great companions for the Prince of Wales Theatre on King Street West with their gigantic dimensions proposed to house 1,716 units.

The One 85 Storeys

85 Storeys and consisting of 416 units, The One tower is located in Yorkville’s epicenter (1 Bloor Street West) and is set to be completed in 2023. The condos range in size from 1352 to 6937 square feet. Its developers Mizrahi Developments have made it so that on completion, one tower will be a hotel with options for continental cuisine, an indoor pool, and a garden.

50 Bloor Street West, 70 Storeys

This mixed-use high rising building is located in Yorkville’s Holt Renfrew and proposed to be 70 floors high. The bottom floors will be used for retail and commercial office spaces while the higher floors will consist of about 600 residential units above. You can learn more about 50 Bloor Street West on Condo Mapper.

Sugar Wharf, 70 and 64 Storeys

Lake Shore Boulevard East is the lucky host of this 4.6 million square foot, multiple complex development by Menkes. The first phase of the complex is presently being constructed, consisting of two towers with 70 and 64 floors, respectively. The towers will house 1500 units between them while the second phase will consist of 90, 87, and 77 story buildings housing 1927 units between them.

372 Yonge, 74 Storeys

327 Yonge is set to become the second tallest residential building in Canada after the Aura Tower with its 74 floors of residential condominiums. It’s also the proposed venue of Bluenote, a club named after the classic Rhythm and Blues club of the 1960s.

Conclusion

Redefining urban living has never looked more beautiful than the skyline of Toronto. With these skyscrapers and so many other proposed high rise buildings, the future has never looked more beautiful.

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