St. Luke’s United Church Redevelopment

Toronto, ON

This is a new 12 storey mixed use building that will be constructed directly adjacent to the heritage St. Luke’s United Church at the corner of Carlton Street and Sherbourne Street in downtown Toronto. A portion of the new building will project overtop of the existing church and will be supported with large mega columns extending up from the existing chruch. Some of the more recent additions surrounding the main Sanctuary will be demolished and replaced while the main Sanctuary will be renovated. The residential floors above level 3 will be constructed using a point supported CLT gravity system combined with a conventional steel brace frame for the lateral system. From level 3 down, the structure will switch to cast in place concrete floors combined with concrete shear walls to accommodate large open spaces intended for community programming.

Rendering courtesy of KPMB Architects

ClientUPRC ArchitectKPMB ArchitectsStatusDesign

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