Commercial

[SOLD] Corus Quay - 25 Dockside Drive

Project Introduction

Corus Quay was developed by Toronto Port Lands Company, formerly known as the City of Toronto Economic Development Corporation (TEDCO), and is now owned by H&R REIT.

When Corus consolidated all of its Toronto operations and over 1,000 employees under one roof at Corus Quay, it established a creative industry hub on Toronto’s waterfront that has brought new life, energy and businesses to the neighbourhood. TPLC was the landlord and developer of this significant waterfront landmark and responsible for predevelopment, public consultation, coordination of regulatory and planning organizations, permits and approvals and environmental remediation of the site. Opened in 2010, the building acted a buffer between industrial operations and became a catalyst for the revitalization of the East Bayfront area.

Details

Major Intersection: Queens Quay East and Lower Jarvis Street
Surrounding Uses: The site is located in the Central Waterfront Area, along the Queen Elizabeth Docks. The site is bounded by Queens Quay Boulevard East to the north, George Brown College Waterfront Campus to the east, the Inner Harbour to the south, and the Jarvis Street Slip to the west.
Ward: 10 - Spadina-Fort York
Councillor: Joe Cressy
Site Area (acres): 2.4
Past Use: Media production and distribution facility
Project Website: https://www.corusent.com/about/corus-quay/

Project Objectives

  • To consolidate multiple operations into one facility
  • To attract and maintain jobs in the East Bayfront area
  • First LEED Gold Certified building on Toronto’s Waterfront
  • Catalyst for the revitalization of the East Bayfront area
  • Aerial view of Corus Quay

    Aerial view of Corus Quay

  • View of Corus Quay building from Toronto Inner Harbour

    View of Corus Quay building from Toronto Inner Harbour

  • Northeast view of Corus Quay from Sugar Beach

    Northeast view of Corus Quay from Sugar Beach

  • Northeast aerial of Sugar Beach and Corus Quay Building

    Northeast aerial of Sugar Beach and Corus Quay Building