Mirvish Gehry Condos in King West, Toronto
Frank Gehry’s architectural genius is no stranger to Toronto. In fact, Frank Gehry is a Toronto native, most famous for his redesign of the AGO in 2008. Frank Gehry, along with with David Mirvish (son of Ed Mirvish) are partnering up to build two supertall skyscrapers. Mirvish Gehry Condos will be coming to 260-322 King Street West, straddling Ed Mirvish Lane.
The two towers will be connected underground by a tunnel and will soar 91-storeys and 81-storeys respectively. The towers will offer 1716 residential condos and provide a luxury living experience. The west tower will also house a high end hotel on floors 10 through 20 as well as the 91st floor totally 209 hotel units. The hotel makes perfect sense at this address in the Entertainment District.
The hotel isn’t the only interesting feature coming to Mirvish Gehry Condos, they will also be offering two floors of the east tower. Frank Gehry is no stranger to the Toronto arts. Neither was Ed Mirvish. They’ll also be adding an art gallery in the east tower, to be named the Mirvish Collection. There will be a stunning canopy design over Ed Mirvish Lane adding some interesting architectural interest and fitting the design-style Frank Gehry is known for.
These Toronto skyscrapers will redefine our skyline but in a way that honours two iconic men from Toronto. Stay tuned and be sure to register for the first release of Mirvish Gehry Toronto floor plans.