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Quayside will be a dynamic, inclusive and resilient community that plays a pivotal role in reorienting the city towards Lake Ontario.

This area of our waterfront represents an extraordinary opportunity to create one of Canada’s most sustainable low-carbon communities, serving people of all ages, backgrounds, abilities and incomes. A place that is inviting and lively year-round, providing retail, restaurants, entertainment and cultural experiences to seamlessly fuse the city to the water. 
 

Quayside is a 4.9-hectare area of land at the foot of Parliament Street. It’s well positioned to be a vibrant hub, linking St. Lawrence, the West Don Lands, the Distillery District, Bayside, and the future Villiers Island. The geographic heart of this cluster of neighbourhoods and the gateway to the Parliament Slip, Quayside will help the area become more than the sum of its parts.
 

On March 10, 2021, Waterfront Toronto initiated its search for a development partner for Quayside. The first step was to issue a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to identify potential development proponents with the necessary experience, design portfolio and financial resources. You can read this backgrounder for more information about the RFQ or download the RFQ and addenda here.

 

From the pool of firms that responded to the RFQ, Waterfront Toronto has selected four proponents to participate in a second stage and submit full proposals for the development of Quayside through a Request for Proposals process. We expect to select a Preferred Proponent in early 2022 and contract negotiations will be completed later in the year.


For information about Quayside, head over to QuaysideTO.ca.  

 

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project status

Schedule:
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Approved Budget:
spent

quick facts

Boundaries:

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. 


Size:

Quayside is an approximate 4.9 hectare (12 acre) development site situated along Toronto’s waterfront, within walking distance of the vibrant central business district.


Proximity:

1.5 km from Toronto’s downtown

 


related events

Quayside Public Engagement
October 13 - 23, 2020
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An archive of work on the project to date, including a history of public engagement and feedback, is archived for review on QuaysideTO.ca.

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