88 Scott Street
This 53-storey mixed use development in the downtown Toronto core pays architectural homage to the original 1951 limestone design.
ClientConcert Properties Ltd.
Growing with the city while honouring its past
Sitting at the corner of Wellington and Scott, just east of the downtown Yonge Street artery, 88 Scott Street reimagines the original 1951 limestone clad building with a beautifully modernized glass façade.
Rising from an elegantly repurposed 5-storey podium base, the 53-storey tower spirals upwards into the Toronto skyline, offering over 525 condo units and a total of 600,000 square feet of residential, commercial office and retail environment.
The development is co-located near a pocket of historically important structures including the King Edward Hotel. It creates a new retail boulevard along Wellington while maintaining the existing environment along Scott, complemented by a hotel-style entrance for residence. The top of the glass tower is stepped to provide large terraces and further reflect the community’s architectural heritage.
Best Suite Design Under 750 Square Feet
By BILD Awards