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Villiers Island

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The Villiers Island precinct (formerly referred to as Cousins Quay) will be a stunning new waterfront community that embraces its distinct industrial functions and the spectacular new parks, public spaces and ecological richness that will result from the naturalization of the mouth of the Don River. Surrounded by water on all sides, the Villiers Island precinct will introduce a vitality to the area that honours the distinctive culture associated with waterfront districts and vibrant working ports.

 

For more information about the planning and future development of the Port Lands and the Don Mouth Naturalization project, visit PortLandsTO.ca

 

 

 

Quick Facts

Boundaries:

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The Keating Channel to the north, Toronto's Inner Harbour to the West, Polson Slip to the south and the Don Roadway to the east.

Size:

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35.5 hectares (88 acres)
22 hectares (54 acres) of developable area
13.5 hectares (34 acres) of water's edge parks and public spaces

Proximity:

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30 minute walk from downtown

Design Team:

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Urban Strategies Inc. (precinct plan lead)