610 Bay Street

Reimagining the Toronto Coach Terminal site presents an exciting opportunity to preserve a heritage asset while enabling the delivery of affordable housing and other city-building benefits.

Home to the now decommissioned Toronto Coach Terminal, the City-owned sites at 610 Bay Street and 130 Elizabeth Street presents a unique opportunity for redevelopment, which will be explored through a Request for Expressions of Interest to the development and non-profit sectors. The preliminary vision for the site, which has housed a bus station since 1931, includes a mixed-income, mixed-use development including affordable housing, a paramedic hub, employment uses with a preference for life science partnerships, adaptive heritage reuse and streetscape improvements.

Project Details

  • Bay Street and Dundas Street West
  • University-Rosedale
  • Mike Layton
  • 1.3 acres (0.53 hectares)
  • The site is a decommissioned bus terminal.
  • Consists of retail uses around the site.
  • 610 Bay Street

  • 610 Bay St, ModernTO site

Resources

Download the Meeting Notice for the Community Consultation Meeting on July 21, 2022.
Download the Information Sheet for the Community Consultation Meeting on July 21, 2022.
Download the Summer 2022 ModernTO Discussion Guide.
Watch the Site Reel for the ModernTO site at 610 Bay Street.
Download the Community Pop-Up Notice and join us at a Pop-Up on July 13 or July 20, 2022.
Download the presentation from the Community Information Session that took place on July 21, 2022 on the ModernTO site at 610 Bay Street.
View the meeting recording from the Community Information Session that took place on July 21, 2022 on the ModernTO site at 610 Bay Street.