TORONTO

YWCA New Residential Building and Child Care Centre

Client

YWCA Toronto

Budget

$10 Million

Size

74,000 sf.

Completed

August 2007

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

Residential and Hospitality

Architect

Hilditch Architects Inc.

The YWCA Residential Building includes a child care centre, and was built to house single women and women with children. The facility is a 4-storey, 68-unit building that offers 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedroom apartments, occupying 74,370 square feet, with a structural steel frame and HAMBRO floor system. The project required community consultation with local residents to overcome ongoing opposition and a successful OPA and rezoning.

“Aquicon’s staff worked with us to make the project a success, contributing to a positive, team-like atmosphere during construction.”

Steve Hilditch, Principal, Hilditch Architect

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