The Ninety

90 Broadview Avenue, Toronto

Developer: Harhay Developments
Units: 222
Storeys: 9
GFA: 265,059 sq.ft.
Completion date: 2014

Combining the original architectural form of the 1900s with modern elements such as glass, concrete, and steel, The Ninety refines classic loft living in Queen East

The warehouse loft experience

This fusion has resulted in a stunning nine-storey residence that enjoys a large outdoor courtyard at its core that brings a green experience to everyday life. Large expanses of glass allow natural light to fill the interiors while the exposed concrete walls emphasize the warehouse loft experience. The units contain European kitchens and premium hardwood floors, creating a stylish, cultured setting that feels like home.

Playful collage of multiple structures

The Ninety has incorporated an existing office building that was originally a 1930’s Coca-Cola bottling plant. So rather than reading as one building, the design translates as a playful collage of multiple structures. The lobby, with its sleek and stunning all-black scheme, features strong textural contrasts using high gloss marble walls, and a herringbone-laid porcelain tile floor combined with some gold and metallic detailing.

Simple, modern furnishings complete the high-style but welcoming interior. The project sits on a 49,000 sq. ft. lot located at 90 Broadview Avenue

Consultant Team

GC: Harhay Developments
Structural: Jablonsky, Ast and Partners

Mechanical & Electrical: Able Engineering
Interior Design: II BY IV
Landscape: Juhan Marten Landscape Architect