A controversial condo tower set for Toronto’s downtown core has no parking – and will destroy an historic building.
The comparatively tiny structure was built in 1907 and is home to about 1,500 private members. It’s also dwarfed by its current glass-clad neighbours.
Developer Tribute Communities wants to put a 42-storey building on the site. During construction, only the façade of the RCMI will be preserved.
The condo has space for a car share and over 300 spots for bicycles, but no parking for residents.
The project will go to council for approval later in September.