The three green cubes peaking out over the Adelaide East overpass at Sumach might be one of Toronto’s most intriguing buildings.
And now, it’s for sale.
While not listed on MLS, the UniTriModule situated at 1 Sumach Street, is currently sporting a ‘for sale’ sign out front advertising the site for commercial or residential development, though the unique structure is fit to remain and is currently tenanted.
First built as a prototype in 1996 by architect Ben Kutner and partner Jeff Brown, the unique design was inspired by Piet Blom’s Rotterdam and Helmond cube houses in the Netherlands. It represents just three of the seven modules originally intended for this awkward patch of land.
If your dream home includes plenty parking and one of a kind views of The 6ix this might just be the place for you… provided you can cough up the $3.8 million asking price.