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Mirvish + Gehry Toronto’s second act

Oct. 2, 2017-Christopher Hume-Toronto Storeys
“I’m thrilled,” says Mirvish. “We spoke to about 50 different groups from around the world and it was wonderful to find that the best fit was right here in Toronto. “I have no doubt that this is exactly what Great Gulf wanted. They spent seven months studying it. They’re going to get it going. They’re also going to explore some new things that will be nice.” (Read More)

Projectcore Readies to Launch Revamped Mirvish+Gehry Toronto

May 15, 2015-Ryan Starr-The Epoch Times
It’s taken a while to get to this point, with some bumps along the way, but developer Peter Kofman is satisfied that the reworked plan for Mirvish+Gehry Toronto will deliver the city a landmark development the likes of which it’s never seen. (Read More)

Building Frank Gehry's Next Masterpiece

June 11, 2015-Ryan Starr-Bisnow Toronto
Frank Gehry's making a homecoming with Mirvish+Gehry Toronto, the first towers he’s designed in the city where he grew up, a dazzling duo we're told will dance on the downtown skyline. Projectcore president Peter Kofman explains. (Read More)

Mirvish, Gehry save Princess of Wales Theatre in scaled-down condo project

May 27, 2014-Tara Perkins and Elizabeth Church-The Globe and Mail
Frank Gehry's making a homecoming with Mirvish+Gehry Toronto, the first towers he’s designed in the city where he grew up, a dazzling duo we're told will dance on the downtown skyline. Projectcore president Peter Kofman explains. (Read More)

Revised Mirvish-Gehry design saves Princess of Wales Theatre: Hume

May 27, 2014-Christopher Hume-The Star
When Gehry’s first proposal was released last year, city officials reacted with fear and loathing. This time he’s back with a plan that even a Toronto planner could love. The towers are taller — 92 and 82 storeys — but there are only two of them, not three. (Read More)