Toronto Sun Building To Get Three-Storey Glass Addition
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Toronto Sun Building To Get Three-Storey Glass Addition

Rendering from First Gulf

In early June we reported on the end of History as Theatre, the detailed, 4,300 square foot mural commissioned by the Toronto Sun for the Front Street side of its building to mark Toronto’s bicentennial in 1993. The mural was taken down by the building’s new owners, First Gulf Development Corporation, as part of renovations to the site being made to accommodate new retail tenants. First Gulf has since tweaked those renovation plans to house a new tenant, Coca-Cola, which will take up residence in a three-story glass addition being built on the west side of the building. Sun Media will remain a tenant of the building, and will so far be joined by George Brown College and a variety of retail outlets, including a No Frills, LCBO, Dollarama, and branches of CIBC and National Bank. Four commercial units are still available for rent, and when completed the renovated building will include 130,000 square feet of retail and 770,000 square feet of office space.