Toronto’s waterfront revitalization is not only transforming the central waterfront, East Bayfront and West Don Lands. Our plans and redevelopment efforts span Toronto’s entire lakefront.
From east to west, our projects are helping reconnect people to the lake across the wider waterfront. We have created new linear waterfront parks in Etobicoke atand in Scarborough at to provide local residents with lakefront access where none previously existed. Just west of Toronto’s downtown, Waterfront Toronto has enhanced park space and trails around , made improvements and additions to the popular and built the , a new on-water training course.
Waterfront Toronto also partnered with the Toronto Transit Commission to fund the construction of a second subway platform at Union Station that now provides additional passenger capacity and helps connect transit users to the waterfront.
Together with the City of Toronto, Waterfront Toronto completed a multi-year environmental assessment and integrated urban design study to determine the future of the Gardiner Expressway east of approximately Jarvis Street.
(formerly Project: Under Gardiner) is an initiative transforms more than four hectares (10 acres) of land beneath the elevated portion of Toronto’s Gardiner Expressway, from just west of Strachan Avenue to Spadina Avenue, into a series of public spaces.
Also, in 2017, Waterfront Toronto, in partnership with the City of Toronto and the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) undertook a