The Globe And Mail Feature: Frank Gehry moves one step closer to building major Toronto project
"After a decade of planning, one of the world’s most famous architects is one step closer to building a major project in his birthplace of Toronto.
A group of developers has announced they will begin condo sales this year on a long-planned two-tower project, designed by Los Angeles-based Frank Gehry, on King Street West in downtown Toronto. It will be called Forma, and is planned to include towers that are 73- and 84-storeys tall.
The project promises to be among the largest and most complex buildings in the city’s history. It will include 2,034 condo apartments, retail, either office space or a hotel, and a new facility for OCAD University."
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For more information about Forma, visit formatoronto.com