ULI Toronto: Concord CityPlace: Toronto’s largest master-planned community


2021-09-17T12:00:00 - 2021-09-17T13:00:00

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    Before 1999, CityPlace was a CN’s former Railway Lands but once complete it will be the largest urban residential community in downtown Toronto.
    Built over 54 acres, CityPlace is made up of 29 towers (31 once complete) over 9.5 million square feet with over 12,000 units and accommodating 21,000 residents. The area will include 120,000 square feet of retail space once complete, with 2 daycares, and 14 acres of park area including Canoe Landing Park, Northern Linear Park, Southern Linear Park. There is a $14M public art program and back in 2015 a schooner was discovered in the b37 site, now donated to Fort York Museum.
    Join ULI Toronto for a panel discussion to learn about the development, the community and how this project came together.
    Gabriel Leung, Vice President, Development, Concord Adex
    Jen Yeaman
    , Senior Development Manager, Concord Adex 
    Ken Greenberg, Principal, Greenberg Consultants Inc.
    Lynda Macdonald, Director, Community Planning, City of Toronto
    Dean Maher, Founder, CityPlace Residents' Association
    Jesse Topliffe, Chair, CityPlace Fort York BIA