Welcome to The Well, a new mixed-use development in the heart of Toronto that’s setting a new standard for city living.
The Well is a development project unlike any other. Two million square feet of mixed-use space will revitalize an impressive urban site in the heart of the city on a scale never seen before. Breaking ground in 2017, this trailblazing project promises a new standard for Toronto living, just around the corner.
Toronto has some of the most engaging neighbourhoods in the world, and The Well borders a few of its most exciting. From the innovative energy that envelops King West to the heightened experiences promised by the ever-evolving Toronto waterfront, The Well is ideally located for a life well lived in Toronto.
At The Well, homes, flexible office space and retail shops come together to create a new and entirely unique community in the heart of the city. International brands, authentic cuisine and entrepreneurial minds unite in one integrated, intimate place, making it easy to live, work and play in harmony. This is the future of Toronto living.
Conceived by the best the industry has to offer, The Well features thoughtful design that draws on the history and character of the locale while also keeping an eye on burgeoning trends—a true one-of-a-kind, forward-thinking development. Toronto has a rich history and a bright future, and they come together at The Well.
The Well is ideally situated for engaging in all aspects of Toronto living. It’s flanked by green space, including quaint neighbourhood parks and the proposed 21-acre Rail Deck Park, and is also walking distance to the bustling Financial and Entertainment Districts. To reach other areas of the city, occupants can utilize the area’s exceptional public transit infrastructure including access to both subways lines (via the Spadina streetcar) and a direct Smart Track/GO station connection that’s proposed just steps from the site.
The Well unites the common vision of three esteemed urban developers, resulting in what Toronto’s Design Review Panel has called “enlightened urbanism”.