Indigenous Hub

Location: Toronto, Ontario
Client: Dream Kilmer Tricon, Anishnawbe Health Toronto

This new mixed-use development in the Canary District aims to articulate Indigenous values and principles through its design. The program includes a new four-storey health centre; a four-storey education, employment and training centre with a municipally-operated child care facility; restoration of the historic Canary Restaurant building for commercial use; a 13-storey condominium; and an 11-storey rental building.

Indigenous Community Health Centre: Stantec
Canary Restaurant Building Restoration: ERA Architects
Indigenous Consulting: Two Row Architect

Project Lead: Marie-Christine Emond

Dusk rendering of York Condos
Rendering of outdoor pool and communal space at York Condos
Rendering of outdoor pool at sunset at York Condos
Indigenous Hub from another angle showing the red brick Victorian heritage Canary Building in front of a modern condo
ground level view showing edge of the health centre and edge of the condo with pedestrians mingling around the landscaping which features large pebble shaped rocks and a green wall