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  • Quayside

    1.5 km from Toronto’s downtown, the Quayside development will revitalize 12 acre/4.9 hectares into a new community for residents and visitors to live, work, and play along the waterfront facing Lake Ontario. The neighborhood is set to become one of Canada’s most sustainable low-carbon communities, serving people of all ages, abilities, backgrounds and incomes.

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  • Together with developers Dream Unlimited Corp and Great Gulf Group and joined by co-lead architects Adjaye Associates and Alison Brooks, Henning Larsen is part of the team chosen to develop the site and transform the area into a vibrant new community, weaving together the central waterfront with the rest of the urban fabric of Toronto.

    The winning proposal for the Quayside Development includes: 800+ affordable housing units, more than doubling the affordable housing Waterfront Toronto has brought to the waterfront, with many delivered in earliest stages to address an urgent need; new public spaces, including a two-acre forested green space, plus a significant urban farm atop one of Canada’s largest residential mass timber buildings; a landmark cultural destination and multi-use arts venue that brings together space for the performing arts, Indigenous-centered cultural celebrations and flexible education spaces; exemplary low carbon development and innovations, making Quayside the first all-electric, zero-carbon community at this scale; and visionary world-class architecture that will raise the bar on design across the entire neighborhood and create a visually striking focal point on Toronto’s waterfront.

    The project agreement is expected to be completed in fall 2022, at which time more information will be shared with the public. Like all projects, the development will be subject to municipal approvals, including development approvals as well as review by the Design Review Panel and public consultation.

    • The Quayside development block begins at Bonnycastle Street in the west from Queens Quay East north to Lake Shore Boulevard; the eastern-most boundary is roughly the Victory Soya Mills Silos, spanning from Lake Shore Boulevard south to Lake Ontario and the Water’s Edge.

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    • © Alison Brookes