14 Division, Toronto Police Services

14 Division, Toronto Police Services

Stantec Architecture
Toronto Police Services
Landscape Architect:
General Contractor:
Eastern Construction Limited
About the Project

Toronto Police Service's new 14 Division police facility is located within a traditional downtown Toronto residential neighborhood and includes 55,000 square feet of operational space built on top of 65,000 square feet of underground parking. The project integrates into a tight urban residential community through a careful interplay of public open space, discrete security zoning, materiality and scale. Recognizing the tight urban site, the building footprint is kept to a minimum through vertical stacking of program. Staff parking is accommodated on the lowest basement level; sallyport, detention, property storage at the upper basement level; offices and public lobby at grade; and training, lunchroom, and lockers at the second floor level. The interior planning of 14 Division maximizes efficiency, supervision, and open communication among police staff. The project aims to achieve LEED® Silver certification and includes a number of sustainable design strategies including a geothermal heating/cooling system, and an extensive green roof.

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