Residences of College Park II Download PDF


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Figures

Height: Architectural 147 m / 482 ft
Height: Occupied 138 m / 453 ft
Height: To Tip 146 m / 479 ft
Floors Above Ground 45
Floors Below Ground 7
# of Elevators 4
Tower GFA 47,700 m² / 513,439 ft²

Facts

Official Name Residences of College Park II
Name of Complex Residences of College Park
Other Names Residences of College Park South
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country Canada
City Toronto
Street Address & Map 761 Bay Street
Postal Code M5G 2R2
Building Function residential
Structural Material concrete
Construction Start 2005
Completion 2008

Companies Involved

Architect
Design Graziani + Corazza Architects
Structural Engineer
Design Halcrow Yolles
MEP Engineer
Design Smith + Andersen
Main Contractor Canderel Stoneridge

About Residences of College Park II

This steel and glass residential tower sits on a podium which houses a mix of commercial, residential and amenity spaces. The project’s materiality includes stone and granite detailing which speaks to the historic monumentality of the existing College Park structure. The podium and townhouse built form provides the necessary transition of scale to create an urban edge condition, engaging the pedestrian realm on all four sides through programmatic uses which promote public animation and interaction. Canopies and arcades provide the definition of retail and residential access points to the development as well as continuous weather protection around the entire perimeter of the development, while maintaining a sense of continuity to the urban condition.

Energy efficient envelopes and mechanical equipment were incorporated to reduce its potential carbon footprint and energy consumption. With a City mandate to provide affordable housing, the project harmoniously incorporates suite types and sizes that are both affordable and accommodating. Landscaped roofs and terraces are also incorporated to recycle storm water for irrigation uses.

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