Located at one of Toronto’s prominent intersections of Bloor Street West and Dufferin Street, this new mixed-use development will be a master planned community that includes new residential, office and retail spaces. Along with the new buildings, there will be an abundance of community amenities including a new public road and public park.
The development will infuse the existing fabric of the neighbourhood with new built forms to meet the needs of this changing community through the retention of the historic Kent School and the preservation of the heritage façade of Bloor Collegiate Institute.
The new community will include a total of over 2,100 units, including 56 public affordable housing units. The seven new buildings will range from 8-37 storeys in height and total approximately 1.8 million sf of Gross Floor Area. The community will also feature a 30,000 sq. ft. community hub and daycare located in the historic Kent School, a new 38,500 sq. ft. public park, 50,000 sq. ft. of office space, 174,000 sq. ft. of retail, and 70,000 sq. ft of amenity space.
This fully accessible urban design will include new roads to improve traffic circulation, enhanced landscape designs to improve the pedestrian realm at grade and an abundance of car and bike parking. The community is in close proximity to the Dufferin Subway TTC Station and residents can easily access it via a newly constructed below-grade pedestrian tunnel.
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