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Street view of the Bond building located on Ryerson campus on Sept. 26, 2017. 
(Photo by Julia Lloyd)

Ryerson building to be demolished

Ryerson’s campus is about to lose a building.  

Ryerson’s Capital Projects and Real Estate building at 111 Bond St. will be demolished as part of a new campus development.

A pedestrian link to the Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex will replace the Bond Street building and serve as a connection from Church Street to Bond Street.

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus
(Courtesy Ryerson Builds)

Campus housing to double by 2018

Ryerson is set to introduce two new buildings that will double the housing capacity on campus. These buildings, Jarvis Street Residence and the Daphne Cockwell Health Complex, are set to open for the fall 2018 semester. The total number of beds on campus between Ryerson’s three residences, O’Keefe House, Pitman Hall and the International Living/Learning Centre, is 856. The new […]

by Michal Stolarczyk· · News
Lead designer from Perkins + Will, Andrew Fontini, surveys one of the models at Public Space Rules, a show on display in the architecture building.

Architecture school provides early look at Church St. Development

Weeks after the opening of the Student Learning Centre, students can get a sneak peak at the next feat of architecture set to grace Ryerson’s campus. The Church St. Development is slated to begin construction this summer, around two years after initial planning on the project began. The vision for the new building is currently on display as a show […]

by Sean Wetselaar· · News, On Campus
This site at 300 Church St. will be the new home to the nursing, nutrition, occupational and public health and midwifery programs, as well as a student residence.

New building architect named

Ryerson University has hired Perkins+Will to design the building that will replace the parking lot at 300 Church St. at a price tag of $84-million. Julia Hanigsberg, vice-president of administration and finance at Ryerson, said contributing to the revitalization and design process of the Church Street development is an important job for the school. “Ten years from now, Church Street […]

by Katrina Sieniuc· · News, On Campus
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