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Thursday, May 5, 2011

Co-Operative Urban Sustainable House Architecture Design

As one of the first new housing co-operatives to be built in many years. The units range from 1-bedroom to 4-bedroom with 2-storey units on the second and third floors. Many units have private terraces and many of the public corridors are naturally lit.
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This project will set an example for urban infill and sustainable house design goals. Located at Richmond Street and Church Street in downtown Toronto, this 12-storey building seeks to provide an alternative to the majority of recent glass tower condominium projects. The 85-unit co-operative will be formed, primarily, of tenants requiring relocation due to the Regent Park redevelopment but also having a common characteristic of being employed in the hospitality field. The ground floor consist of a training kitchen and restaurant, as well as several classroom areas.
Project size: 100,000 sq.ft. Construction Cost: 418 million. Toronto, Ontario. Designed by Teeple Architects.

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