Canada’s tallest condo building will be built in Niagara Falls


Published April 19, 2023 at 8:49 pm

Niagara Falls has approved a new towering condo building set to be the tallest in Canada at 77 stories.

The building, dubbed Niagara 77, is a proposed mixed-use development featuring condos, townhomes, and retail outlets. It was designed by Chamberlain Architect Services for development by  La Pue International and Fugiel International Group.

The building will sit at the corner of Robinson St. and Allandale Ave. in the Fallsview area of the city. The area is now largely underdeveloped home mostly to empty lots and a few houses. Some however will be home to the third tallest building in Canada (by the number of floors) and the tallest condo building in the country.

The tallest buildings in Canada right now are all in Toronto. The tallest by floor count is the Aura building at 388 Yonge St. and One Bloor. Niagara 77 will come in third once completed, bumping First Canadian Place with its 72 floors out of the bronze position.


However, in actual metres, First Canadian Place will still hold the gold at 298.1 metres. Niagara 77 is designed at 248.85 metres. In this ranking, Niagara 77 falls to eighth place behind the Stantec Tower in Edmonton.

The development will also feature a six-story podium with a wavy design. This wrap-around façade will hide an above-ground parking garage. On top of that will sit 71 floors of residential space, enough room to house 962 units.

Niagara 77 is only the latest development approved for the west side of the Fallsview district. Two other towers standing, 24 and 56 stories have also been approved for Robinson St. Meanwhile three towers, of 32, 42 and 57 stories respectively are also set to come to the nearby Stanley Ave.

There is currently no date for when development will begin for Niagara 77.

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