The Indigenous Hub in Toronto Promises a Brighter Future - Azure

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Principal Les Klein recently discussed The Indigenous Hub with Azure. This mixed-used project coming to Toronto's Canary District aims to articulate Indigenous values and principles through its design.

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Project credits: Quadrangle is responsible for the overall site planning of the project. Phase A is a four-storey Indigenous Community Health Centre designed by Stantec that will be managed by Anishnawbe Health Toronto. Phase B includes a four-storey training, education, and employment building that will be managed by Miziwe Biik, and 13-storey and 11-storey mixed-use condominium and rental residential buildings - all designed by Quadrangle for DREAM Unlimited, the Kilmer Group and Tricon. Two Row Architect is providing Indigenous design consulting services for the entire complex, and ERA Architects are responsible for the heritage components of the Canary Restaurant building.