St Lawrence Market North Redevelopment Project

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St Lawrence Market North Redevelopment Project
St Lawrence Market North
Redevelopment Project
Project Update November 2014
prepared by
with files and thanks to
www.slna.ca
St Lawrence Market North
Redevelopment Project
Scope of Work:
Construction of Temporary Market Building
Demolition of current North Market including
archeology & environmental studies
Construction of New North Market
St Lawrence Market North
Redevelopment Project
Timeline*
2014
Jan – Nov: Work group and community consultation
Nov/Dec: Site preparation, temporary market
2015
Jan- Apr:
Temporary market construction
Mar- Oct: Archeology digs, North Market demolition
2016
North Market Construction
July:
2017
North Market Completion,
Temporary market removal
* Dates subject to change
New North Market
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International design competition
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November 2011, Award of design contract to Adamson
Associates Architects of Toronto and Rogers Stirk
Harbour +Partners from London, England
New North Market
Building Outline
5th Floor:
Courts
3&4th Floor:
Court services
2nd Floor:
Multiuse including seniors’
centre
1st Floor:
Market space, farmer & antique
Underground Parking (250)
New North Market
Looking north to St Lawrence Hall
Temporary Market
Outline
Building will take up the entire floor plate of the existing parking lot
All sidewalks & traffic lanes remain open on Jarvis, Esplanade and Market
1 traffic lane and north sidewalk closes on Wilton
All services will be indoors & connected to municipal services – water,
sanitary and sewer
Connection to Toronto Hydro for power & gas utility for gas service
Building will be a pre-engineered structure with a steel truss system,
insulated wall assembly, heating, cooling, ceiling fans, high bay
lighting and electrical.
Trucks will access building at the SE corner and exit via NE corner.
Note: Market loading is scheduled to prevent lines ups
There will be 7 pedestrian access points
Temporary Market Layout
Esplanade
Jarvis
Market
Snack bar, washrooms
Heating & cooling
Wilton = 3 lane, 2 way traffic
-Pedestrian access
- Vehicle access
Temporary Market Elevation
View From Jarvis
View From Market St.
Temporary Market Elevations
St Lawrence Market North
Redevelopment Project
Project Update November 2014
prepared by
with files and thanks to
www.slna.ca