Creating Opportunity for Businesses
Through leasing, land and property management and brownfield reclamation, we seek to transform underutilized lands into thriving centres of employment where businesses large and small can flourish: from commercial and industrial to film and commodities. We work with a range of partners to accelerate economic growth and job creation in the Toronto Port Lands and beyond.
Basin St Media Hub
Urban film and production studio
The Basin Media Hub, located on an 8.9-acre waterfront development parcel in Toronto’s Port Lands, is expected to provide up to 500,000 GFA of studio space and production offices. CreateTO is currently seeking proponents with the vision and ability to design, finance, develop, manage, and operate the facility, which will expand much needed capacity within the sector. Toronto welcomes over 1,500 productions annually and is among the top five film and television production clusters in North America.
Bringing new life to the waterfront
Corus Quay consolidated all of its Toronto operations to include over 1,000 employees under one roof, opening its waterfront location in 2010. This significant landmark established the area as a creative industry hub on the City’s waterfront, bringing new life, energy and businesses to the neighbourhood. Through land management, predevelopment, public consultation, coordination and planning, and environmental remediation, Corus Quay now acts as a buffer between industrial operations, becoming a catalyst for the revitalization of the East Bayfront area.
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Maps and resources to help find the right leasing opportunity for you.
View or download our Land Ownership Map the Toronto Port Lands.
View or download the Port Lands Innovation & Creativity Cluster Case Study.