Forma presents unparalleled architecture and interior design to create a world-class condominium masterpiece. Standing 73 and 84 storeys tall at the nexus of the entertainment and financial districts in Toronto, Forma will be Frank Gehry’s tallest residential towers, offering breathtaking views, bespoke suite finishes, elevated lifestyle amenities and services, wellness spaces, entertainment lounges, creative coworking spaces and an outdoor terrace to call home.
Gehry’s vision consists of two towers housing a total of 2,034 units. One on either side of Duncan Street where it meets King Street West. Both across the street from Metro Hall, David Pecaut Square, and Roy Thomson Hall.
The west tower qualifies as ‘Supertall’ with a four-level podium of retail and also including a mezzanine. Four levels of office space, especially with the condominium amenities on the podium-top level. Finally, with condo suites in tower floors above. The building will slightly overhang the Princess of Wales Theatre to the west. The east tower’s podium will include three levels of retail (including a mezzanine) and three levels of office space, along with two levels for OCAD University. Like in the west tower, the first two levels will house the amenities—including the podium-top terrace—with the condo suites rising above.