[SOLD] 154 Front Street East

Project Introduction

Nestled within some of Toronto’s most historic neighbourhoods- St. Lawrence Market, the Distillery District and Corktown- the site at 154 Front Street represented a great opportunity for redevelopment. Historically, the site was occupied by a two-storey Greyhound courier bus station and associated surface parking and loading areas until the building was demolished in 2011. Build Toronto (now part of CreateTO)’s first property listing, the site was sold to Cityzen Development Group in 2010 and will become a new residential complex in 26-storey towers.


Major Intersection: Front Street East and Sherbourne Street
Surrounding Uses: Eleven-storey condo and two-storey furniture store to the north; eleven-storey condo to west and gas station to the east; four-storey condo, office and the Lorraine Kimsa Theatre to the south across Front St.; Acura dealership on southeast corner of Sherbourne and Front Street. The neighbourhood includes the St. Lawrence area, The Distillery District and Corktown, and extends from Jarvis Street to the Don River, between Queen Street and the CN railway and the Gardiner Expressway.
Ward: 13 - Toronto Centre
Councillor: Kristyn Wong-Tam
Site Area (acres): 0.8
Past Use: Greyhound courier bus terminal
Proposed Use: Residential
Official Plan - Land Use Designation: Regeneration Area