[SOLD] 120 Grangeway Avenue

Project History

This site was sold and this project page is no longer being updated.

Located across from Scarborough Town Centre and adjacent to the McCowan Light Rail Transit station, the site at 120 Grangeway is located within a Secondary Plan Area that encourages higher densities. The site consisted of a large tract of vacant land, along with a ramp, that was underutilized for many years. Following the transfer to Build Toronto (now part of CreateTO), the company’s marketing program targeted a residential developer that had experience in the local Scarborough market. The site was sold to the Goldman Group in 2011.


Major Intersection: McCowan Road and Progress Avenue
Surrounding Uses: Three class-A atrium office buildings (Consilium) to the north of the site; condominiums and industrial uses to the north east; a Light Rail Transit station to the south end of the site; one level above grade and a retail grocery store further south; and a four- to five-storey office building and industrial uses to the west.
Ward: Scarborough-Guildwood
Councillor: Paul Ainslie
Site Area (acres): 4.6
Past Use: Vacant
Proposed Use: Residential
Official Plan - Land Use Designation: Mixed-Use Area

Project Milestones

  • Transit oriented development
  • 120 Grangeway Avenue Photo #1

    120 Grangeway Avenue Photo #1