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.
18 Dyas Road
Repurposing this Don Valley East site will enable the creation of a new paramedic hub and the relocation of the fuel station from the Oriole Yards.
75-81 Elizabeth Street
The preliminary vision for the site at 75-81 Elizabeth, tucked in behind Toronto City Hall and proposed for redevelopment in the longer-term, envisions civic and institutional uses.
95 The Esplanade
A new vision for this first floor office space in the St. Lawrence neighbourhood will be created with input from the local community and various City divisions.
33 Queen Street East
The future redevelopment of 33 Queen will seek to facilitate multiple city-building benefits including, affordable housing, office and employment uses, public realm improvements, replacement parking and the protection of valuable heritage assets.
277 Victoria Street
Repurposing the site at 277 Victoria Street presents an opportunity to create a mixed-use institutional development including retail or community space, public realm improvements and the adaptive reuse of heritage assets.
931 Yonge Street
Affordable ownership housing and public realm improvements are among the objectives included in the preliminary vision for this City-owned site on Yonge Street.
1900 Yonge Street
The future proposed vision for this property will seek to provide affordable rental housing, replacement office space, the adaptive reuse of a heritage asset and the opportunity to create new parkland as part of a proposed redevelopment of 1900 Yonge.