Consilium Place (400-500-600)



One of the most spectacular building complexes in eastern Toronto, Consilium currently consists of three office towers with a total surface area of over one million sq. ft. An important expansion project is currently under study for the property, which is located in a sector whose rapid growth is being stimulated by the imminent arrival of a new subway line.

Addition of three office buildings

In addition to the three existing office towers, the Consilium Place property includes a large amount of land that is currently used as exterior surface parking, but that can be developed into additional office space. The latest plans anticipate the construction of three office towers of which two are planned to be symmetrical 15-floor towers comprising 375,000 square feet each (400 & 500 Consilium Place).

The third tower (600 Consilium) will be a 150,000 square-foot office building. The structure will rise to six floors from the street level and be built out of concrete. To maximize the efficiency of the floor plates, there will only be one set of columns between the core and the windows on the building’s longer axis, along the street. The building’s bottom two floors will consist of a mix of retail and office space while the remaining four floors will consist entirely of office space. The mechanical and electrical systems will be designed for an occupation density is of 100 sq.ft./person and for achieving LEED Silver certification. Lastly, in addition to a roof designed to include a green roof, a terrace, and provisions for generator support structures, the building will offer 300 underground parking stalls over two or three levels.

Type de property : Office and residential buildings, hotel complex – Expansion project