A transformation is underway along Toronto’s downtown waterfront. In the last 15 years, parking lots and derelict buildings have given way to new accessible, beautiful and inclusive neighbourhoods. By leading with architecturally distinctive and culturally meaningful design and innovative approaches to green building, we will take our place as a top waterfront city.
Who's Leading This Transformation?
Waterfront Toronto came together in 2001 to tackle big issues that only collaboration across all three levels of government could solve. As city-builders, we care about delivering distinctive neighbourhoods, destinations and experiences where natural and urban environments interconnect.
We’re working to build vibrant waterfront neighbourhoods. This includes natural wildlife habitats, affordable housing, public art, and places to work and play.
Board of Directors Meeting - June 12, 2023
Villiers Island Public Meeting - June 19, 2023
Design Review Panel Meeting - June 21, 2023
How You Can Get Involved With Waterfront Toronto
The revitalization of Toronto's waterfront offers a diverse spectrum of business, employment, philanthropic and civic engagement opportunities. There are numerous ways individuals and organizations can get involved.
Our Current Procurement Opportunities
We procure a host of products and services for a wide range of revitalization projects that vary in scale and complexity. Visit our current procurement opportunities page to learn more.