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Madison Group has unveiled plans to develop four massive mixed-use towers at two individual locations in Toronto's midtown district.

Madison Developing Four Massive Toronto Mixed-Use Towers

Madison Group has unveiled plans to develop four massive mixed-use towers in Toronto’s midtown district.

A master plan covers two individual properties, at 90-110 Eglinton Avenue East and 150-164 Eglinton Avenue East with a pair of towers slated for each location. The proposed developments will offer a “dynamic fusion” of multi-residential, office, retail and public spaces, said Madison in a news release.

The four towers are slated to contain 2,364 residential units in total.

The development’s design team includes New York-based Rafael Viñoly Architects. The project will be the only one in Canada to which the company’s internationally reknown namesake, Rafael Viñoly, contributed his own services, according to Madison. He worked alongside another New York firm, MPFP Landscape Architects, to craft the project’s public area. Toronto-based Turner Fleischer Architects is serving as the architect of record.

Two towers are slated to stand 58 storeys while the other two are designed to comprise 61 storeys.

The project contains a total gross floor area of about two million square feet across both addresses.

Madison is a real estate development company that operates out of offices in Toronto and New York.


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