Toronto’s Bathurst and Richmond neighbourhood will soon be the location of a 17-story condo that features the integration of current buildings into its base.
An official Zoning By-law Amendment application regarding the structure was submitted to Toronto city planners earlier this month, according to Livabl_. The 17-story mixed-use development will be located at 623-627 Richmond Street West. Along with 217 condo units, the building will also feature retail space.
Condo units include 18 studio, 96 one-bedroom, 81 two-bedroom and 22 three-bedroom units. The 10th floor of the building will be an amenity space that features both indoor and outdoor features. Finally, there’s also a two-level underground garage that includes 69 parking spaces for vehicles and 244 bicycle spaces.
What makes this new building stand out from other condos is its unique plan to integrate historical buildings in its base that currently exist at 164 Bathhurst Street. This includes a three-storey semi-detached structure and a three-store single-detached property on Richmond Street West. The location also includes two vacant lots that previously featured fire-damaged buildings. It’s worth noting that the buildings planned to be integrated into the upcoming condo projects aren’t listed as City of Toronto heritage sites.