Built in 1964, the Japanese Canadian Culture Centre at 123 Wynford Drive was world-famous architect Raymond Moriyama’s first major work in Toronto.
In a rare opportunity for reinvention, Moriyama is collaborating with Originate, Kirkor, ERA and Plant to reimagine this site as a residential masterpiece.
The world class design team will breathe new life into 123 Wynford Drive, while both maintaining and showcasing its cultural and natural heritage.
With the Eglinton LRT on the rapidly approaching horizon, residents in this mid-town Toronto neighbourhood are poised to connect with the city they love like never before. Just as the LRT connects this neighbourhood to the City, the Don River ravine network connects it to nature, allowing residents unprecedented ways to enjoy an active and balanced lifestyle.