The Ninety

The Ninety

CORE Architects
Harhay Developments
General Contractor:
Harhay Construction Management
About the Project

The Ninety is an adaptive reuse of a 1900’s warehouse into commercial office space and residential condos. The composition was meant to read as an assembly of buildings that have been expanded and have evolved over time. It has contextual elements like the brick tower, horizontal strip glazing and a fully glazed warehouse that co-exist with modern, condo elements like continuous balconies and floor to ceiling glazing. The scale, massing of the building and the use of brick help to make this a very successful infill project in the Queen/Broadview neighbourhood.

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