The Selby Toronto

Toronto, Canada

This 50-story residential tower is in the heart of downtown Toronto. Clad in red masonry, The Selby complements the adjacent restored heritage mansion while distinguishing itself amongst surrounding glass towers. As a response to the adjacent tower, the massing is notched, allowing for larger floor plates at the top of the building.

With 557 residential units and five levels of below-grade parking, the building features 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities as well as 558 bicycle parking spaces. The podium of the tower includes four duplex townhomes.

Design
2013-2015
Construction
Ongoing
Project Area
410,000 square feet
Consultants
Rafael + Bigauskas Architect Inc., Architect of Record; Jablonsky, Ast and Partners, Structural; Claude Cormier + Associates, Landscape; Johnson Chou, Interior Design; ERA Architects Inc., Heritage
Contractor
Deltera Inc.
Materials
Masonry in 3 colors, LoE vision glass, spandrel glass
Photography
Philip Castleton