Julian Mirabelli reveals proposal details for a 42-storey tower development across from St. James Park
Development on the east side of Toronto’s downtown core continues to flourish with another proposal along the Church-Jarvis corridors area. A rezoning application has been submitted for a new mixed-use tower across from St. James Park at 110 Adelaide Street East. The proposal would see a 42-storey, 145.2-metre tower constructed containing retail, office, and residential uses.
The L-shaped property is currently home to a small surface parking lot and a 4-storey office building. Located mid-block along Adelaide between Church and Jarvis streets, the property stretches the full depth of the block with frontage onto Lombard Street to the north. The existing mid-century office building facing Adelaide will be demolished and replaced with the new development.
Designed by SvN — who happen to be located in the office building on the site — the 42-storey tower would contain 287 residential units, nearly 3,300 m² of office space, and just over 480 m² of retail space. The retail unit will be located on the ground floor, fronting onto Adelaide, while the office spaces occupy floors 2 through 4. The remainder of the tower will contain residential uses.