Engagement Highlights

Engagement Highlights

Read more about our latest meetings and interactions with the community, partners, stakeholders and more.

Build Toronto wins 2017 Brownie Award – New Eva’s Phoenix (Toronto, ON)
On Wednesday, November 22, the Canadian Brownfields Network announced the winning and shortlisted projects and programs for the 2017 Brownie Awards. The New Eva’s Phoenix (Toronto, Ontario) part of...
Build Toronto Celebrates the Official Opening of 75 Billy Bishop Way, Shops at Wilson Station
On November 23, 2017, Build Toronto in collaboration with Councillor David Shiner, Build Toronto Board Chair and Ward 24 Councillor and Councillor Maria Augimeri, Ward 9 Councillor, held a ribbon...
Etobicoke Civic Centre Approved at City Council
Build Toronto is pleased to announce City Council has accepted the Adamson Associate Architects | Henning Larsen Architects | PMA Landscape Architects winning submission as the conceptual design for...
Third Pre-Application Public Community Meeting Held for Richview Square + 4620 Eglinton Ave. W.
On Wednesday November 1, 2017, Build Toronto, in collaboration with Trinity Development Group, Councillor Campbell and our community facilitation partners, Brook Pooni Associates, held a third...
Etobicoke Civic Centre Design Competition Winning Team Public Exhibit
The Etobicoke Civic Centre (ECC) Design Competition Winning Team Exhibit is currently on display at the ECC until November 6, 2017. The exhibit includes winning team Adamson Associates Architects...
Final Report: The Etobicoke Civic Centre – Building a New Vision
In July 2016, City Council directed Build Toronto, in collaboration with the City, to launch a design competition for a new ECC on the Westwood Theatre Lands and the development of a business case. ...
Winning Etobicoke Civic Centre Design Team
In May 2017, Build Toronto (now part of CreateTO), in partnership with the City of Toronto, announced Adamson Associates Architects of Toronto, Henning Larsen Architects of Copenhagen and PMA...
A Design Competition to Build the New Etobicoke Civic Centre at Westwood
Build Toronto, on behalf of the City of Toronto, has invited design teams to submit their qualifications for the first of a two-stage design competition for the proposed Etobicoke Civic Centre which...
Redevelopment of the Wilson West Lot
Redevelopment of the Wilson West Lot Answers to your frequently asked questions Why is this parcel of land being redeveloped? Around 2008, the City of Toronto began to examine new strategies for...
505 Richmond St. W. transformed to host NXT City Prize
On September 24, CreateTO's historic building at 505 Richmond St. W. was transformed with lounge furniture, full-service food and beverage booths and flashing lights in order to help the NXT team...
Prime Location for Ten York
On a site with across-the-street access to the PATH, the City’s 30-km underground pathway, and within walking distance of Union Station, Build Toronto has entered into a joint venture partnership...
Largest Potential to Deliver Employment at Downsview
Situated adjacent to the Downsview subway station, this parcel of land represents the largest property in Build Toronto’s portfolio and has the largest potential to deliver employment. The property...
Comprehensive Design Planning at Downsview
As we work with a number of stakeholders to create a comprehensive plan for development of the Downsview lands, we will be looking for the best and most appropriate way to balance a mix of uses...
Setting LEED Standards at 5131 Sheppard Avenue East
As part of our commitment to high standards of sustainable design and environmental sustainability, the successful proponent will adhere to the City of Toronto Green Building Requirements and pursue...
Brownfield Investment at Old Weston Road
Redevelopment along the St. Clair West transit corridor gives us the opportunity to invest in a transit-oriented development that will bring new residents and activity to a parcel of land that has...
Connecting With Eglinton Connects
As part of the City's goal to link 19 kilometres of Eglinton Avenue stretching from the east to the west end, Build Toronto is preparing 1250 Eglinton Avenue West, a site to the west of Eglinton West...
Community Engagement to Reconfigure the Six Points Interchange
The community has been engaged throughout the Six Points Interchange Reconfiguration process. For more information, please visit the City of Toronto Construction Projects. [gallery link="file"...
Master Planning St. Andrew’s Market part of 505 Richmond Re-development
In 1837, when the property was set aside for a public market, the lands directly to the south were dedicated for a future public recreational use. Today, that area is known as St. Andrew’s Market...
Birchcliff Quarry Lands Study at 411 Victoria Park Avenue
Before we began planning, our team completed the Birchcliff Quarry Lands Study to help provide planning context for the site. Following this, our extensive consultative program has helped us to...
Collaborating with the Community at 411 Victoria Park
Since 2011, Build Toronto has been working closely with local Councillors, City staff, the Ministry of the Environment, Metrolinx, neighbouring property owners, professional consultants and local...
Developing on a 1930’s Quarry at 411 Victoria Park
A quarry dating back to the 1930's presents a number of environmental challenges and requires a comprehensive environmental investigation. In accordance with the Ministry of the Environment, Build...
Meeting the Communities around Ordnance
Build Toronto has met with over 350 community members in the area. These events have included: the Toronto the Good event in June 2012; a community consultation as part of the development...
Fort York Bridge to Land Within the Ordnance Development
As Toronto’s downtown core continues to grow and evolve, the City continues to plan for new ways to enhance accessibility and connectivity around the expanding communities. Aware of the need for a...
An Integrated Community at Ordnance Triangle
Until recently, the land had consisted of both privately held and City-owned parcels. The owners of the private parcel, Diamond Corp., had understood the potential on this site and started to move...
A Mobility Hub at Bloor Street West and Kipling Avenue
Provincially designated as a mobility hub, the area will see high density development planned around its higher-order transit. Build Toronto's 14-acre development located at the eastern end of...
Pedestrian Connectivity at 75 Billy Bishop Way
The 4.5 acres is planned around higher-order transit with a direct connection to the Wilson subway station. The proposed vision includes offering a new pedestrian streetscape, wider sidewalks and...
A Vision for Retail at 75 Billy Bishop Way
The proposed retail development will introduce more goods and services within walking distance for new residents coming into the neighbourhood from surrounding developments. Redevelopment of this...
Affordable Housing and Available Transit at 2 Bicknell Avenue
Build Toronto is working to launch its affordable housing program within the Bicknell project. On this site, the program will be geared to assist qualified first-time home buyers by providing down...
Community Meeting at 2 Bicknell Avenue
On June 16, 2014, Build Toronto met with the community, Councillor Di Giorgio and the local planner on file to present its proposed development plans. The neighbourhood context was discussed, as well...
Engagement Ahead of 28 Bathurst Application
As part of a new residential block we proposed in 2013, our development plan provides: Connectivity between the east and west neighbourhoods through a new public street; A new public park...
60 Atlantic Avenue – Creating a dynamic community
The small commercial units serve the surrounding residential community by encouraging local residents to live, work and shop in the same neighbourhood, cutting down on commute times and creating a...
Architecturally significant design at 60 Atlantic Avenue
Located in a rapidly growing and changing neighbourhood, the site benefits from an already vibrant location. The vision for a mixed-use complex, repurposing the historically significant building will...