Union Park is the largest mixed-use development in Toronto’s history
Surrounded by world-renowned cultural attractions and adjacent to the Rogers Centre and CN Tower, Union Park is a landmark development that brings 4.3 million square feet of new office, residential, retail, and public park space to downtown Toronto. The master plan unites multiple districts in Toronto’s vibrant downtown and creates over three acres of public green space, including an expansive park over the Union Rail Corridor. Union Park’s two office towers and two residential towers will be graceful and expressive forms in Toronto’s iconic skyline, bringing premium office space, community-focused retail, and 800 rental units with one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments that include modern amenities and onsite daycare.
The foundation for a modern and thriving community
The master plan enhances the public realm and emphasizes multi-modal public transportation by increasing walkability and density in the area adjacent to Union Station, a major transit hub. The design features substantial bicycle facilities and extends the PATH network directly to each new building. Expansive public parks and gardens will offer community gathering spaces, including a lush two-acre park built over the rail corridor that will connect to the future Rail Deck Park.
“Union Park will integrate the rail corridor into Toronto’s urban fabric, utilizing an element that currently divides the area from the waterfront neighborhoods to unite key cultural amenities and create a cohesive and dynamic downtown.” — Gregg E. Jones, AIA, LEED AP
More About the Project
- Gregg E. Jones, AIA, LEED AP ↗
- Peter Follett, AIA, RIBA ↗
- Jeff Pleshek
- Max Geary
- Jesefa Templo
- Elizabeth Pierce
- Patrick Fraher
- Alvi Aliaj
- Architect of Record: Adamson Associates
- Structural Engineer: Entuitive
- MEP: Smith and Andersen Consulting
- Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Client: Oxford Properties Group
- Size: 4.3 Million sq. ft. / 408,117 sq. m.
- Height: 994 ft. / 303 m.
- Completion: 2028
- Certification: LEED Platinum
- Firm Role: Design Architect
- Renderings courtesy of Norm Li