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Quayside Possible Vision Full View Looking northwest - Rendering by Standard Practice

Waterfront Toronto Announces Shortlist of Proponents for the Quayside Development Opportunity

Jul 21, 2021

In May, ten compliant submissions for the Quayside Development Opportunity Request for Qualifications (RFQ) were received. The number and quality of submissions is a clear indication that Toronto’s waterfront remains a desirable development destination, and that Quayside can and will contribute to the city’s post-pandemic recovery.


An artist rendering of Quayside Possible Vision – full view looking northwest. Rendering by Standard Practice

Submissions Signal Toronto’s Strengths as Waterfront Toronto Moves Forward with Quayside Procurement

May 31, 2021

The Request for Qualifications (RFQ) stage of the process for the Quayside Development Opportunity has closed for submissions, and Waterfront Toronto is proceeding with the evaluation as set out in the RFQ.


An artist rendering of Quayside Possible Vision – full view looking northwest. Rendering by Standard Practice

Waterfront Toronto Launches International Competition for Quayside Development Partner

Mar 10, 2021

Waterfront Toronto today launched an international competition to secure a development partner for the Quayside lands. The first step in this effort is to issue a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to identify potential development proponents with the proven experience, design portfolio, financial resources, and shared vision necessary to bring Quayside to reality.


Proposed vision for Parliament Slip animation, looking southeast from Queens Quay. Rendering by West 8 + DTAH.

Waterfront Toronto Takes Action to Reconnect City to its Lake

Mar 8, 2021

Toronto’s waterfront has never been busier and in Toronto’s harbour, it is clear that better access to the water is a priority for the city’s health and future. Today, Waterfront Toronto announced its plan to develop the Parliament Slip into a waterfront destination where people can enjoy new access to the water.


a colourful sketch of the new river

A New River Innovation Challenge

Mar 1, 2021

With support from an RBC Tech for Nature Grant, we’re launching the New River Innovation Challenge. This challenge asks: How can we use ecological monitoring data to drive better conservation behaviour?


Image of the River City development in the West Don Lands

A New, Resilient Vision for Sustainable Neighbourhoods on the Waterfront

Feb 8, 2021

The revitalization plan for Toronto’s waterfront is intended to position the city as a world leader in creating sustainable communities, with buildings and neighbourhoods that are among the greenest in the world. To do this, Waterfront Toronto applies mandatory performance standards – our Green Building Requirements – which are embedded in our proposal calls and enforced by contract with development partners.


Matthew Hickey

Waterfront Toronto Welcomes Indigenous Design Expert Matthew Hickey to Design Review Panel

Dec 22, 2020

To pursue a vision for an inclusive waterfront for all, Waterfront Toronto continues to expand its relationship with Indigenous peoples and involve them directly in waterfront revitalization. In August of this year, an open call was issued seeking an Indigenous Design Expert to join the Design Review Panel.


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