1075 Bay Condos
71 Mutual Street, Toronto, ON, Canada
Completed in 2020
1075 Bay Condos is a new pre-construction Condo project located at 1075 Bay Street In Toronto. The Major Intersection is Bay Street and Wellesley. Developed by Canderel. 1075 Bay Condos features a residential and Office tower with apparent heights of 66 storeys with a total of the 528 Units. The Architect is Hariri Pontarini Architects.
1075 Bay Condos Highlight:
- Close to the University Of Toronto
- Close to 5 Major Hospital
- Public transit at the door step
- Step to the Yonge/Bloor Shopping
- Close to Wellesley Subway Station
- Short Distance to The Financial District.
1075 Bay Condos at street level, 835 m² of retail space would replace existing storefronts. Above, levels 2 through 14 would be dedicated to office uses, accounting for 24,460 m² of office space, or 38% of the building, expanding upon the existing building's 19,230 m² of office space. Tenants of the office component would have access to a 230 m² outdoor amenity terrace with landscaping, planters, dining and seating on the 2nd floor.
Above the office floors, the building steps back for slender 750 m² floor plates, totalling 39,040 m², as it rises to 66 storeys. The design of the curtain wall exterior here appears similar to a shrink-wrapping of the concrete skeleton, while three vertical stacks of balconies pierce the skin as high as the 50th floor.
528 condominium units are located from the 16th through the 65th floor, with roughly 11 units proposed per level. The units are proposed in a mix of 313 one-bedroom units with average sizes of 53 m², 147 two-bedroom units with average sizes of 76 m², and 68 three-bedroom units with average sizes of 91 m².
A number of amenity spaces are proposed for residents, with a total of 2,130 m² of amenities split between 1,420 m² of indoor and 710 m² of outdoor space. Residential amenities would begin on the 15th floor, dividing the office and residential components. This level would house 830 m² of indoor amenities, wrapped by a 605 m² outdoor terrace. These indoor spaces would partially extend up to the 16th floor, with a 90 m² space connected to a smaller 105 m² outdoor terrace.
The standout amenity space is proposed on the 66th floor, in the form of a 500 m² indoor space enclosed within the tower's glass crown. This space would offer residents of all floors access to the panoramic city views typically reserved for residents of a tower's highest floors.
The site would be served by a six-level underground garage containing 201 parking spaces, divided between 106 for residential units and 95 for office use. It also has 639 bicycle parking spaces.