Queen Richmond Centre

Consisting of seven historic office buildings (circa 1870-1900) totalling 230,000 square feet in downtown Toronto, the Queen Richmond Centre redevelopment involved fully gutting and renovating the buildings. Atlantic Developments was a partner in this project that received a City of Toronto Heritage Award for maintaining its exterior historic integrity while offering an inspiring interior office environment.

Location

111 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON

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Description

230,000 SqFt. Renovated Office Building

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Architects

Dermot Sweeny & Associates/ Young Wright Architects

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Status

Developed, leased and sold

Queen Richmond Centre

Preservation meets innovation.

This project consists of seven historic office buildings (circa 1870-1900) totaling 230,000 square feet in downtown Toronto. The Queen Richmond Centre redevelopment involved fully gutting and renovating these historic buildings. Atlantic Developments, Sal Iacono Consulting and Continental Saxon received a City of Toronto Architecture and Urban Design Award for maintaining the exterior’s integrity while offering an inspiring interior office environment.

The award-winning project located three blocks east of Toronto’s Eaton Centre is still resident to many of its original occupants including; Verity Women’s Club, St. Joseph’s Printing, Publicis Advertising, Telefilm Canada, and George Restaurant to name a few. The “extraordinarily cool” space built by this innovative partnership remains timeless and broadly admired in the Toronto real estate market.

We fully gutting and renovated seven historic office buildings, maintaining the integrity of the exterior while creating an inspiring interior office environment.

David Graham

President, Atlantic Developments