130 Bloor Street West / 155 Cumberland Street

130 Bloor Street West / 155 Cumberland Street

Quadrangle Architects Limited
KingSett Capital Inc.
Landscape Architect
Holbrook + Associates
General Contractor
PCL Constructors Canada
About the Project

130 Bloor Street West / 155 Cumberland Street is an integrated mixed-use project, combining, on one site, below-grade parking, high street grade retail, featuring Gucci, Hermes, LuluLemon, 10 floors of premium office space topped off by 10 floors comprising 15 premium condominium residences. The office building is accessed from Bloor through a newly renovated lobby. The 135,000 square feet of office space was fully reconditioned and is fully leased. 155 Cumberland is the most elite residential address in the heart of Toronto. The crown jewel in the development is the existing penthouse apartment spread across the 13th and 14th floors. Unique to Toronto, it was designed in the 1960s in a classic style and is widely regarded as one of the finest of its kind in Canada. All the rooms open onto a two-storey central atrium and feature high ceilings, travertine on floors and walls, and wood paneling from oak logs brought from England and milled specifically for the apartment. In total, the penthouse is 11,000 square feet plus 4,500 square feet of terrace. After converting the 11th and 12th floors of the office building to residences, the program stacked on top of the penthouse is an asymmetrical tower of seven new storeys, faced in Indiana limestone, containing full-floor luxury suites. The two floors below the penthouse, which were previously used for office space, were cut back to hold four new half-floor residential suites. Project Management PHA Project Management Inc. Residential Interior Design J.F. Brennan Design/Build Inc., Taylor Hannah Architect Inc. Landscape Architect Holbrook + Associates General Contractor PCL Constructors Canada Residential Interior Construction JF Brennan Design/Build Inc.

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