One Yonge / Hariri Pontarini Architects

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Located where the longest street in North America, Yonge Street, meets Lake Ontario, One Yonge will be a truly mixed-use development, re- defining the typical ratio between residential, commercial and retail space within a single city block. This landmark development will comprise six new buildings of varying height with a total of approximately 6.3 million square feet of accommodation including a 40-storey office tower, a 70-storey tower with a hotel and branded residence, and four residential towers surrounding a courtyard with a woonerf-style access. 

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With extensive retail, the master planned development will transform and re-vitalize the area acting as a gateway for the extensive re-development of the East Don Lands Waterfront area, directly east of the site. This iconic project will also bring a significant change to the public realm and connect to the climate-controlled path allowing users to access Union Station (Toronto’s central train station), the future regional bus terminal and the existing TTC transit stop at Union. 

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Architects: Hariri Pontarini Architects
Location: 1 Yonge Street, Toronto,
Architect In Charge: David Pontarini
Design Team: Michael Attard, Jodi Buck, Ali Yarbakhti, Alan Wong, Raymond Chu, Matthew Hallett, Mark Azevedo
Client: Pinnacle International
Area: 6300000.0 ft2
Photographs: Courtesy of Hariri Pontarini Architects

Cite: Jordana, Sebastian. "One Yonge / Hariri Pontarini Architects" 02 May 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 19 Apr 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=367812>

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    “longest street in North America”

    Wikipedia: Yonge Street (pronounced “young street”) is a major arterial route connecting the shores of Lake Ontario in Toronto to Lake Simcoe, a gateway to the Upper Great Lakes. It was formerly listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the longest street in the world at 1,896 km (1,178 mi).

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