Rack House Condos
Rack House Condos is a new pre-construction condos project located at 60 Mill Street, In Toronto, Mill Street/Trinity Street. Develop By Cityscape Development Corp and Dream. The Project will have 34 stories with total 246 units. There have retail space and office uses in the building as well.
Rack House Condos Highlight:
- Walk Score 93 ,Transit Score 91
- short walking distance to the St.Lawrence Market
- Overlook the Corktown Park
- Close to the Financial District in Toronto.
- 20 Mins to Union Station, Quick Access to the DVP.
Rack House Condos close to Lake, Park. the supermarket, with the future Streetcar and subway Line at the doorstep.
Rack House D, a disused heritage building in Toronto’s Distillery District is proposed to be reborn as either a 10-storey office building or a 12-storey condo, developed by Cityscape and DREAM, with a design by Saucier + Perrotte Architects.
The design for the hotel/residential Rack House Tower is based on a tower taking root in the industrial heritage of its site. The project deals in a meaningful way with the historic context it occupies in Toronto’s Distillery District and adds an infusion of iconic, contemporary architectural expression to emphasize the historical value of the area. In its respectful, yet progressive design approach, the new building promises to become a fulcrum of activity, a noteworthy destination for hotel visitors to the city and a signature residential project in Toronto.
At once firmly grounded in the historic base building, which contains the hotel facilities, the design of the new tower evokes a notion of evaporating architecture. As the tower rises, the building becomes more and more reflective and ephemeral in nature. Intermediate levels of two storey units appear in the colour palate of the Rack House building.
Rack House Condos has a near perfect Walk Score of 93 out of 100. The transit score is 91 out of 100. This location is in the Waterfront Communities-The Island neighborhood in Toronto. Nearby parks include Sumach-Shuter Parkette, Moss Park, and St. James Park.