Urban Toronto (a popular online resource for Toronto’s development news) recently profiled our work on the Clark Centre for the Arts proposed at the Guild Inn Site.
The Guild Inn site was recently converted from an abandoned hotel into a modern event venue. The park is known for its ornate stone relics from former local landmarks lost to redevelopment over the years, including the 1938-built Globe and Mail Building and the 1891-built University Avenue Armoury.
An excerpt from the article:
“Earlier this week, a proposal was submitted to the City for Building 191, seeking to expand the structure with a three-storey rear addition by Taylor Hazell Architects for future use as The Clark Centre for the Arts. In addition to adding levels and expanding the existing building’s footprint, the plans would transform Building 191 from its current usage as a storage space into a community arts and culture facility.”
Stay tuned for more details about this important work.