Bloor-Islington

Bloor-Islington

Transit-oriented development featuring affordable and market housing, retail and animated public spaces - all directly integrated with a new Islington station.

Details

Bloor Street West and Islington Avenue
Etobicoke-Lakeshore - 3
Mark Grimes
4.9
TTC and MiWay bus terminal, Islington Station and TTC commuter parking lot
Integrated transit community including improved access to transit, affordable and market residential uses, retail and community amenities.
Mixed-Use Area
Canadian Pacific Railway, Hydro One corridor and high-density residential to the north; high-density residential, commercial office buildings, retail and restaurants to the east; a residential, retail and parkland to the south; and high-density residential to the northwest.
A Block Context Plan will be prepared to provide a comprehensive vision for the community emerging at this location and at the Bloor-Kipling site. The Plan will address built form typologies, massing, views, circulation, access to transit and the relationships of buildings to one another and to the public realm. Once complete, the Block Context Plan will define a set of guiding principles and performance standards to inform City-initiated policy and Zoning By-Law amendments.

Have a question? Get in touch: etobicokecentre@toronto.ca
Please reply with "Etobicoke Centre Planning" or "Housing Now" in the subject line.

If you wish to receive the Open House boards from Community Meeting #1, held on December 10th, please contact etobicokecentre@toronto.ca

Want to know more about the Etobicoke Centre area? Visit our Etobicoke Centre page.


Reports & Resources

  • Etobicoke Centre – Community Meeting #2 Summary

    To view and download the meeting summary from the Etobicoke Centre Community Meeting on February 20 , click the button below.
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  • Etobicoke Centre – Community Meeting #2 Boards

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  • Etobicoke Centre – Community Meeting #2 Presentation

    To download the presentation from the Etobicoke Centre community meeting from Februrary 20, click the button below.
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  • Etobicoke Centre – Community Meeting #2

    Join us at the second community meeting for the Etobicoke Centre initiative. Click the button below for details.
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  • Etobicoke Centre – Community Meeting #1 Summary

    To view and download the meeting summary from the Etobicoke Centre Community Meeting on December 10, 2019 , click the button below.
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  • Etobicoke Centre – Community Meeting #1 Boards

    To view the boards on display at the Etobicoke Centre community meeting from December 10, please click the button below.
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  • Etobicoke Centre – Community Meeting #1 Presentation

    To download the presentation from the Etobicoke Centre community meeting from December 10, click the button below.
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  • Etobicoke Centre – Community Meeting #1: Feedback Form

    Share your thoughts and ideas for the future of Etobicoke Centre. The deadline for feedback has been extended to December 23rd. Click the button below to download the feedback form.
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  • Etobicoke Centre – Block Context Plan: Discussion Guide

    To view the discussion guide developed to provide information on the Block Context Plan, please click the button below.
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  • Etobicoke Centre – Community Meeting

    Join us at the first community meeting for the Etobicoke Centre initiative. Click the button below for details.
    Event Details