multi-residential 225

Situated near Bloor Street and Spadina Avenue in the heart of Toronto, the development of 225 Brunswick Avenue seeks to capitalize on the physical and social infrastructure of the heart of the city. This project represents the adaptive reuse of a storied existing building. In past eras it has served as a church, a synagogue, an art school and an office.

The new building development creates seven apartments of differing sizes, including 2-bedroom dwellings geared to families. It calls for surrounding them with a rejuvenated landscape featuring local trees and plant species as the first step in reconnecting to the public realm. It represents a restored neighborhood landmark and a place whose interior life will at last flow outward, reinhabiting and reinvigorating the surrounding landscape and site.

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