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The Quayside Project endeavours to find new ways of creating affordable and inclusive communities that demonstrate climate leadership and provide economic opportunity.

Quayside is a 12-acre site nestled in our East Bayfront neighbourhood at the foot of Parliament Street, near the West Don Lands and emerging Port Lands neighbourhoods.

We are committed to the careful and collaborative development of an forward-looking community here — one that finds new ways to address urban issues like housing affordability, active mobility and climate change.

All that we have heard from the public, subject matter experts, and stakeholders on this and other projects to date continues to inform our approach to creating a next-generation sustainable community at Quayside. 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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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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Beginning the week of October 13 – October 23, you can get involved by:
 

  1. Watching our video presentation (9 minutes) and read this project backgrounder

  1. Completing our online survey and share your opinion on our updated project goals. The survey is open until October 23

  1. Participating in one of three informal interactive sessions on October 15, 16 and 21 to ask questions you have about our latest plans for Quayside. Click here to register. 

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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