22 Aug King Adelaide Centre proposes new density above heritage.
Original article via Urban Toronto. Click here to read.
Allied Properties REIT’s recently built Queen Richmond Centre West raised the bar for heritage-sensitive office development in Toronto, showing how you could add more density while retaining existing buildings, and do it in a spectacular way. Holding new space aloft with eye-catching support structure was what made QRC West such a hit, and following that success, architects Sweeny &Co are being tapped for a similar arrangement at 58 Atlantic Avenue in Liberty Village by another developer. It could be the beginning of a trend: a third such office development is now proposed at 582 King Street West and 471 Adelaide Street West.CLICK FOR THE FULL ARTICLE