4200 Eglinton Avenue West

Project History

4200 Eglinton Avenue West represents one of the several parcels of land along the north side of Eglinton Avenue West that were originally acquired by the City of Toronto for a right of way to accommodate a transportation corridor. In 2012, the City of Toronto declared the parcels surplus to the City’s needs and for transfer to Build Toronto (now part of CreateTO) to explore development opportunities. The site is the location of the historic Mary Reid House, which is currently in the process of being designated under Part IV, Section 29 of the Ontario Heritage Act.

Before opportunities can be explored, the City of Toronto is reviewing both its transit requirements and heritage properties.


Major Intersection: Eglinton Avenue West and Royal York Road
Surrounding Uses: Established low-density residential neighbourhoods to the north and west.
Ward: Etobicoke Centre
Councillor: Stephen Holyday
Site Area (acres): 0.9
Past Use: Mary Reid House
Proposed Use: Residential
Official Plan - Land Use Designation: Neighbourhoods
Planning and Staff Reports:
  • 4200 Eglinton Avenue West Photo #1

    4200 Eglinton Avenue West Photo #1