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The DFZ gets space to grow

The DFZ gets space to grow

What’s new? The Design Fabrication Zone (DFZ) is expanding its number of members, projects and recently, in location. The DFZ is going from being cramped into a few rooms on the third floor of the Victoria Building to stewarding a new “future lab” that will be located on the main level of the Church Street development. “These changes are very […]

The future Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex named after former Brookfield CEO Jack Cockwell, formerly known as the Church Street Development. (Courtesy Ryerson)

Ryerson receives additional $8 million from Jack Cockwell family for entrepreneurship institute

Jack Cockwell’s family donated $8 million — the family has now donated $28 million in total to the school

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ILLC construction will end with garbage compactor move

Students curious about construction outside the International Living/Learning Centre (ILLC) won’t have to wonder any longer.

by Charlotte Arnold· · education, News, On Campus, students
The future location of the building is the Church Street Development (CSD), at 300 Church St. will focus on sustainability. (Matt Oxman / Ryersonian Staff)

New health sciences building to focus on sustainability

Ryerson’s plans for its health sciences building emphasize sustainability and aim to make it a precedent for future campus development. The sustainibility focus will happen through leadership, design and the architecture itself. Ryerson’s vice-president administration and finance, Julia Hanigsberg, said this is Ryerson’s first project to prioritize sustainability. “We’re loading a lot on this building in terms of teaching us […]

by Kelly McDowell· · News, On Campus, Top stories
(Matt Oxman / The Ryersonian)

Breaking: New health science building plans announced for Church Street Development

Ryerson University has officially announced plans for its new health science building at 300 Church St. The property is currently a parking lot beside the Interior Design building referred to as the Church Street Development (CSD). Julia Hanigsberg, vice-president administration and finance, met with campus media at the offices of Perkins+Will, the architects on the project. The Toronto, Dundas and […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus
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