Humber College’s dedication to academic excellence and sustainability will give way to this exciting residential facility. Scion Advisory Services is happy to have played a role in its development.
Toronto is a city of brick, concrete, steel and glass. There is a good chance every building you pass presents a mixture of these materials, resulting in a rather uniform appearance to our urban fabric. But what if you added timber back into the mix of traditional materials?
One of the most unique projects currently under construction in the city is the Humber College Cultural Hub, a multi-phase project in South Etobicoke at Humber College’s Lakeshore Campus, a new building for the Faculty of Media and Creative Arts. Once completed in May 2024, Phase 1 of the complex will house amenities such as a 150-seat performance hall, gymnasium, classrooms, faculty offices, cafeteria, ensemble rooms, and a dining hall. The structure will also be topped with five storeys of a 320-bed student residence constructed in mass timber, an increasingly popular building material.
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