PORTLAND COMMONS

COMING SOON

At the intersection of Front Street West and Portland Street will emerge a new 530,000 sf innovative office building designed with a focus on technology, wellness and sustainability.

530 Front Street West

PORTLAND
COMMONS

COMING SOON

At the intersection of Front Street West and Portland Street will emerge a new 530,000 sf innovative office building designed with a focus on technology, wellness and sustainability.

530 Front Street West

This latest 530,000 sf office development adds to Carttera’s ambitious vision: to create workspaces designed to attract forward-thinking organizations.

At the intersection of Front Street West and Portland Street will emerge a new 530,000 sf innovative office building designed with a focus on technology, wellness and sustainability. Opportunities are available to customize tenant’s experiences with private lobbies, corporate branding and dedicated elevators: all designed to enhance today’s organizational needs. Portland Commons’ unique floor plates create channels to foster collaboration, productivity, health and employee wellness. And for a truly bespoke impression, multiple private terraces elevate employee and client experiences, while enhancing the overall corporate brand.

In collaboration with architects from Sweeny & Co., Carttera will transform the corner of Front and Portland into a workspace environment designed to achieve the highest standards of innovation and sustainability by targeting LEED Gold and WIRED Score Gold.

Construction begins Summer 2020, with occupancy beginning Summer 2023.

FOR GENERAL ENQUIRIES

KEY DESIGN FEATURES

  • 530,000 sf of innovative workspace.
  • Collaboration, wellness and sustainability are the cornerstones of the Portland Commons design.
  • Shared outdoor collaborative gathering spaces and courtyards including POP Space (Privately Owned Public Space).
  • Multiple elevator lobbies and entry points allow large tenants the opportunity for a dedicated lobby entrance. Lobby design features two-storey atrium and multiple retail opportunities.
  • Boutique four-storey office podium along Front Street offers 7,000 sf floor plates with dedicated entrance and elevator, and expansive floor-to-ceiling glass bridges overlooking the courtyard connection to the main building.
  • Ample private outdoor terraces: a total of 11 terraces, ranging in size from 227 sf to 9,500 sf.
  • Raised floor HVAC system with individual controls to maximize fresh air and wellness.
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows offer natural light and exposure.
  • Large floor plates ranging from 19,000 sf to over 56,000 sf allow for flexibility in design and utilization of workspace. Smaller floor plans available from 7,000 sf.
  • 330 bike stalls and front-of-house shower and change room facilities.
  • 230 underground parking stalls.
  • Seamless design integrates modern aesthetics with existing neighbourhood heritage buildings.
  • Superior access and connectivity to public transit, Union Station, Billy Bishop Airport and the Gardiner Expressway.
  • Future Spadina/Front Go Station approved with anticipated opening in 2024.
  • Targeting LEED Gold, Well-Ready Standards and Wired-Score Platinum.

KEY DESIGN FEATURES

  • 530,000 sf of innovative workspace.
  • Collaboration, wellness and sustainability are the cornerstones of the Portland Commons design.
  • Shared outdoor collaborative gathering spaces and courtyards including POP Space (Privately Owned Public Space).
  • Multiple elevator lobbies and entry points allow large tenants the opportunity for a dedicated lobby entrance. Lobby design features two-storey atrium and multiple retail opportunities.
  • Boutique four-storey office podium along Front Street offers 7,000 sf floor plates with dedicated entrance and elevator, and expansive floor-to-ceiling glass bridges overlooking the courtyard connection to the main building.
  • Ample private outdoor terraces: a total of 11 terraces, ranging in size from 227 sf to 9,500 sf.
  • Raised floor HVAC system with individual controls to maximize fresh air and wellness.
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows offer natural light and exposure.
  • Large floor plates ranging from 19,000 sf to over 56,000 sf allow for flexibility in design and utilization of workspace. Smaller floor plans available from 7,000 sf.
  • 330 bike stalls and front-of-house shower and change room facilities.
  • 230 underground parking stalls.
  • Seamless design integrates modern aesthetics with existing neighbourhood heritage buildings.
  • Superior access and connectivity to public transit, Union Station, Billy Bishop Airport and the Gardiner Expressway.
  • Future Spadina/Front Go Station approved with anticipated opening in 2024.
  • Targeting LEED Gold, Well-Ready Standards and Wired-Score Platinum.

THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Portland Commons will bring a fresh development to the King West neighbourhood, while embracing everything this community has to offer including world-class restaurants, coffee shops and boutique retail. Portland Common’s courtyards and terraces, along with surrounding parks, provide ample outdoor green space environments for tenants. Centrally located near the financial, entertainment and waterfront districts with immediate transit and highway access, Portland Commons seeks to amplify the bustling everyday life of organizations in this fast-growing community.

530 Front Street West neighbourhood map

THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Portland Commons will bring a fresh development to the King West neighbourhood, while embracing everything this community has to offer including world-class restaurants, coffee shops and boutique retail. Portland Common’s courtyards and terraces, along with surrounding parks, provide ample outdoor green space environments for tenants. Centrally located near the financial, entertainment and waterfront districts with immediate transit and highway access, Portland Commons seeks to amplify the bustling everyday life of organizations in this fast-growing community.

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THE 530 FRONT STREET WEST PROJECT TEAM