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Ryerson University has submitted a rezoning application for what could be the largest project in their expansion, Urban Toronto reports.
Designed by Copenhagen-based Henning Larsen Architects with Zeidler Partnership Architects of Toronto, 202 Jarvis is proposed as a 41-storey tower with institutional, retail, and student residence uses.
The building is proposed on a Ryerson-owned parking lot on Mutual Street. The building will consist of an 11-storey academic base with 31,468 sq. m. of classroom, laboratory, and research space intended for the Faculty of Science.
The tower floors above will house a Ryerson-owned and operated student residence with capacity for 551 students to live on campus. Three floors of bike storage, two of which will be underground, will be able to house over 1,000 bikes and meet the demand for bike storage infrastructure on campus.