Barton Myers: Dundas-Sherbourne (Toronto, Canada)



The Dundas-Shelbourne project was an infill housing scheme undertaken by the City of Toronto's Non-Profit Housing Corporation. Instead of tearing down existing housing stock to build high-rise towers, Myers and Diamond designed 5- to 7-story medium-rise infill housing, sited on the back half of the existing housing units. This allowed the neighborhood to retain old housing stock, while adding new units.


Barton Myers, architect
A.J. Diamond and Barton Myers, architects


Barton Myers papers, Architecture and Design Collection. Art, Design & Architecture Museum; University of California, Santa Barbara.




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Barton Myers, architect A.J. Diamond and Barton Myers, architects, “Barton Myers: Dundas-Sherbourne (Toronto, Canada),” UCSB ADC Omeka, accessed February 25, 2024,