Toronto's recently announced Oxford condominium redevelopment project will possibly see a pair of residential towers as tall as 1,070 feet (326 meters), according to the developer. If the project comes to fruition, they would be Toronto's first supertall towers.
In addition to three or four skyscrapers, the proposed $3 billion development would also include a convention center; retail, office and residential space; a 5.5 acre urban park; and a hotel casino complex.
The announcements comes just a few weeks after another Toronto developer announced plans for a massive redevelopment designed by Frank Gehry. Find CTBUH coverage of Mr. Gehry's appointment here.
Find the full press release here.