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CreateTO 2020 Highlights
2020 was a notable and demanding year for CreateTO. In the third year of our existence we, and the entire world, were confronted with a global pandemic that brought unprecedented challenges to our...
Proposed redevelopment of two City-owned sites to create multiple city-building opportunities in the downtown core
TORONTO, ONTARIO – May 14, 2021 – Today, Toronto Mayor John Tory joined Deputy Mayor Ana Bailão, Spadina-Fort York Councillor Joe Cressy and CreateTO CEO Steven Trumper to announce plans for a...
Modular Housing Phase 2 Underway
The second phase of the Modular Housing Initiative, launched in February 2021, will include two new sites and create approximately 128 modular homes that will provide stable, affordable housing and...

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Creating Mixed-Income Communities on Public Land

CreateTO, working in partnership with City Planning and the Housing Secretariat, has identified 17 City-owned properties with high potential for mixed-use, mixed-income development. These properties will offer the opportunity to engage the private, non-profit and public sectors to creatively deliver significant rental and affordable units within transit accessible neighbourhoods throughout the City.

Parkdale Hub

Transformational and collaborative City building

The Parkdale Hub project, located at the intersection of Queen Street West and Cowan Avenue, is a unique city-building initiative that will deliver wide-ranging social, cultural and economic benefits to the Parkdale community. Reimagining the future of this area provides a unique opportunity for CreateTO to collaborate with City divisions, agencies, the non-profit sector and the broader community to create spaces that will more efficiently and effectively serve the Parkdale community into the future.

Leslie Slip Lookout Park

Revitalizing underutilized land to create a new destination in the Port Lands

The Leslie Slip Lookout Park will be a new destination in Toronto’s Port Lands located on the Martin Goodman Trail at the entrance to Tommy Thompson Park. The park will include a public beach, distinguished by forested dunes that will create a new multi-use community destination in Toronto’s east end. The centrepiece of Leslie Slip Lookout Park will be a 1.9 acre open space at 12 Leslie Street that will connect the public to the water’s edge with views of the entire length of the Ship Channel. The open space will include a viewing platform that will provide the public with dramatic views of the Toronto skyline.

CreateTO

Streaming Wars Kick Off Studio Space Race in Ontario

Production was already increasing in the Canadian province prior to the pandemic, but unprecedented demand during the recovery from major streaming platforms has ignited a soundstage boom: "We’re busier than ever."

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How Toronto found a pot of value buried in some poorly utilized downtown real estate

Let’s make a deal. The city of Toronto is doing that, in the best way, in the downtown King-Spadina neighbourhood.

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City announces plans for park in downtown Toronto as part of new development

The City of Toronto announced plans for a park in the downtown core that will be part of a new development on City-owned property which also includes more affordable housing units.

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Our 158 Borough Drive Community Meeting #2 takes place one week from today. Join us from 6 to 8 PM on July 26. Visit http://createto.ca/158borough for meeting materials. #HousingNow #ScarboroughCentre

The stories shared will provide a better understanding of the site and its cultural value, and help inform its future in parallel with the City’s Mount Dennis Planning Framework Study. Stories are submitted anonymously and can be shared here: http://mountdennisfirehall.com #MountDennis

Do you live in Mount Dennis? CreateTO and @ERAarch are looking for your stories about 4 Hollis Street, home to the Mount Dennis Community Hall. #HeritageTO #OldToronto

Do you live in #MountDennis and have fond memories of the Mount Dennis Community Hall at 4 Hollis Street? If so, CreateTO and @ERAarch want to hear from you.

Thank you to everyone who participated in last night’s community meeting on 150 Queens Wharf Road. If you weren’t able to join the session, a recording and summary of the meeting will be posted online shortly #HousingNow #SpadinaFortYork

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