Here you’ll find important updates about the project’s progress.
Rendering of Spadina Sussex Student Residence, looking north west from Spadina Avenue. Credit: Diamond and Schmitt Architects
What to expect in May
- Pouring slab levels 22, 23 and starting level 24.
- Installation of site services along Spadina in conjunction with Toronto water. Specific timing to be coordinated throughout the month and communicated further.
- Ongoing blockwork.
- Arrival of some equipment for roof level.
- Ongoing mobilization of drywall trade.
- Ongoing installation of Precast cladding. Site will utilize the tower crane to install panels on Sunday May 7th and 14th as discussed in community meeting. We will continue to adhere to the same restrictions and guidelines as previous Sundays. Work starting at 9am to 5pm.
ABOUT THE PROJECT
The University of Toronto is building a much needed new 23-storey student residence at the corner of Spadina and Sussex Avenues. The new residence building will house 508 students, provide student amenity space, and new retail uses along Spadina Avenue. The site will also include a townhouse building with faculty housing, as well as rental replacement units.
(please note all dates are subject to change)
2018–2021: Site Plan Application Review
Fall 2020: Demolition of 706-712 Spadina Avenue
Fall 2021: Demolition of 698/700 Spadina Avenue and façade retention of 698 Spadina Avenue
December 2021–Spring 2022: Shoring and excavation
February 2022: Installation of overhead protection, closure of north sidewalk on Sussex Avenue, closure of four temporary parking spaces on Spadina Avenue
Spring 2022: Below-grade construction (1 level basement)
Summer 2022: Above-grade construction (23 Storeys + mechanical penthouse)
Summer 2022: Construction of geothermal piping from Robert Street Field, under Sussex Mews, to new student residence building
Fall 2023: Completion of streetscaping along Spadina Avenue and Sussex Avenue
Fall 2024: Project complete
Please contact Vis Sankrithi, Project Manager, Project Management, University of Toronto, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about other upcoming developments on St. George campus, please visit the Landmark Project website.