Bloor & Dundas Master Plan

Toronto, ON

Project Facts

  • Client

    Choice Properties

  • Location

    Toronto, ON

  • Status

    In Progress

  • Size

    3 Million Sq. Ft.

  • Partner

The redevelopment of the 10-acre site at the corner of Bloor and Dundas Streets seeks to bring strategic commercial and residential density to Toronto’s west-end neighbourhood. Situated at the intersection of the Bloor-Danforth Subway line, the development will integrate a significant new transit hub, West Toronto Station, that will foster connections with Go Trains, the UP Express, and major streetcar routes. Earmarked as the terminus of the downtown relief line, the site presents the unique opportunity to create a neighbourhood that is connected and accessible from anywhere in the city. The proposed development will add three new streets – two running east-west and one north-south through the site. A pedestrian promenade lined with retail will bring people in to the heart of the development from the south-east corner of Bloor and Dundas, creating a lively and animated streetscape.


The mixed-use development will be sixty percent residential units and amenities and forty percent commercial space, contributing to a lively mix of work and play. Nine residential towers, containing a mix of condos and purpose-built rental units, are located on the northern and western edges of the site along Bloor and Dundas Streets. 

Project Facts

  • Client

    Choice Properties

  • Location

    Toronto, ON

  • Status

    In Progress

  • Size

    3 Million Sq. Ft.

  • Partner

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With quick, easy access to both the downtown core and Pearson Airport, the Bloor & Dundas development will become an ideal place for both living and working in the city.

With quick, easy access to both the downtown core and Pearson Airport, the Bloor & Dundas development will become an ideal place for both living and working in the city.

The commercial component of the development will emulate a campus, spreading out horizontally to foster a well-connected, dynamic community. The seven and ten-storey commercial towers are pushed to the east side of the site along the rail corridor, offering exceptional views of downtown Toronto. 

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The commercial component of the development will emulate a campus, spreading out horizontally to foster a well-connected, dynamic community. The seven and ten-storey commercial towers are pushed to the east side of the site along the rail corridor, offering exceptional views of downtown Toronto. 

Landscape Site Plan

Landscape Site Plan

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Urban and Landscape Studies

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Urban and Landscape Studies

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Wood Model Study

Wood Model Study

​​​​​​​The podiums will act as gateways to the urban community within the site, attracting pedestrians with extensive retail and public green spaces at grade.

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​​​​​​​The podiums will act as gateways to the urban community within the site, attracting pedestrians with extensive retail and public green spaces at grade.

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A large network of parks featuring weaving pedestrian pathways connects the site and increases permeability from the surrounding neighbourhood. The development will feature interactive amenities including an outdoor stage, skate park, teaching garden, and cherry blossom bowl. 

A large network of parks featuring weaving pedestrian pathways connects the site and increases permeability from the surrounding neighbourhood. The development will feature interactive amenities including an outdoor stage, skate park, teaching garden, and cherry blossom bowl. 

Expansive green roofs and gardens will be featured throughout the site. 

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Expansive green roofs and gardens will be featured throughout the site. 

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The existing high school on the north-east corner will be relocated to the south-east corner, integrating it further within the site and opening up the corner of Bloor and Dundas to provide a more distinct, accessible entrance into the development. 

The existing high school on the north-east corner will be relocated to the south-east corner, integrating it further within the site and opening up the corner of Bloor and Dundas to provide a more distinct, accessible entrance into the development. 

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UPX, TTC Subway and Streetcar Connections

UPX, TTC Subway and Streetcar Connections