Here’s another example of how the Mount Pleasant industrial area continues to evolve. We published the render in 2014 when this 50′ site had a 1907 house on a corner lot. By 2015 this 18,000 square foot office and industrial building had replaced it. We weren’t sure initially who the architect was, but it is MallenGowingBerzins architects (MGBA), a firm with a lot of recent history for designing interior spaces in the city, (including some of our favourite bar restaurants) but relatively few buildings.
This one has clothing manufacturing on the main floor, and then two floors of office above. The coloured render for this one suggested some thing other than a grey insert, but they really are mirror images, except the new building has painted, rather than raw concrete.