May 2022 Update: East Harbour Mixed-Use Master Plan
Over the last six months, the project team has been working with the Province and the City to advance the East Harbour Mixed-Use Master Plan and the TOC proposal. On April 6, 2022, City Council approved the East Harbour TOC proposal and on April 8, 2022, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing issued a Minister’s Zoning Order to support the creation of a complete and mixed-use community at East Harbour. The East Harbour project team and the City worked together to create an additional community benefits package to further support the vision of a complete community.
What has stayed the same/changed with the Master Plan since October 2021?
After working closely with the City, the project team has made the following changes to the master plan:
- With the redistribution of the density, one residential tower has been removed in quadrant four to accommodate a City of Toronto Community Recreation Centre.
- The overall amount of open space and park space is above City requirements with some changes to the distribution of the space. The public park space that was initially east of tower 2D has been reallocated to create a larger public park in quadrant four beside the new Community Recreation Centre.
- An additional community benefits package, including the above noted community recreation centre, was created with the City of Toronto. You can view the details of this package here.
What is happening next?
An Open House will be scheduled for early summer 2022. We look forward to sharing the details once they are available.