The intersection of Front Street and Spadina Avenue is in the midst of a major transformation with the construction of The Well now underway. Once the site of the Globe & Mail’s former headquarters, demolition and excavation of the ambitious master-planned community began in 2017 and the site has been abuzz with activity ever since.

On any given day there’s an average of 335 crew members, 8 soaring cranes and 200 cubic metres of concrete being poured. A 20-metre-wide by 44-metre-deep thermal energy storage facility has also been installed, which will provide The Well and surrounding communities access to sustainable cooling and heating solutions.


When complete, The Well will consist of over three million square feet and over 7.8 acres of office, retail, rental residential space, and condominiums by Tridel. A new neighbourhood in the heart of downtown, the development will be the city’s newest go-to destination to live, eat, shop, work and play. Prospective homebuyers can register for the project at for the latest updates and priority status.


Tridel at The Well offers two distinct condominium opportunities designed by architectsAlliance and Wallman Architects, including urban suites along Front Street and boutique residences on Wellington Street. Residents will be steps away from the community’s open-air public promenade, high-tech office spaces, retail and entertainment venues. A foodie’s delight, The Well will also house a variety of European-inspired food halls, fast casual eats, market fresh foods and world-class establishments.


Connecting The Well to Toronto’s vibrant King Street West corridor, Wellington Street will be reinvigorated as a beautifully lit, tree-lined promenade, ideal for morning jogs, afternoon strolls, or cozy get-togethers on one of the nearby restaurant patios.


Even more amenities are just minutes away, including the shops and restaurants on King Street West, the Rogers Centre, CN Tower, and the Martin Goodman and Waterfront Trails along Lake Ontario to the south. The Spadina, King and Bathurst streetcar routes are also nearby, providing easy connections throughout the city.


Don’t miss your opportunity to live in one of Toronto’s most anticipated new communities. Be sure to register online at for important updates including an invitation to pick up price lists and floorplans when they become available.

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