Frank Gehry reveals latest design for supertall skyscraper in Toronto

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Frank Gehry has released visuals of a pair of twisting shiny skyscrapers, one of which will be over 300 metres, for King Street West in Toronto.

Currently named the Gehry Project, the plan is to build a 289-metre-high supertall and a 262-metre-high skyscraper at the intersection King Street West and Ed Mirvish Way.

These mixed-use high rises will contain residential apartments and a hotel in one tower, and an art gallery and a new campus for OCAD University in the other.

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