Working with the City of Toronto, our tenants and community residents, and private development partners, we are transforming aging housing infrastructure to build better homes, better neighbourhoods, and a better Toronto for all.
Revitalization creates vibrant communities with increased opportunities for residents. It attracts investment in the form of new or improved amenities like schools, parks, and community facilities. It also provides residents with job and training opportunities, and creates opportunities for affordable home ownership. More than just physical redevelopment, revitalization focuses on building social infrastructure.
With each revitalization project, TCHC prioritizes ongoing community engagement to ensure the vision that the community has for their future development is realized. We leverage our developer partners and stakeholders to create employment opportunities, education, and training programs.
TCHC is working with development partner DiamondCorp/Metropia to revitalize 250 Davenport. Construction started in 2015.
Alexandra Park is bordered by Spadina Avenue, Queen Street West, Dundas Street West, and Bathurst Street. TCHC is working with Tridel.
Don Summerville is a community located in the Leslieville/Beaches area. TCHC is working with development partners Context Developments Inc and RioCan.
The Firgrove-Grassways revitalization project includes buildings at Needle Firway. The revitalization project started in 2018.
Lawrence Heights is TCHC's largest revitalization project, a community located south of Yorkdale Shopping Centre. TCHC is working with development partner Context and Metropia.
Leslie Nymark is a community on Leslie Street north of Sheppard Avenue East. TCHC is working with development partner Tridel.
Regent Park is a 69-acre community downtown. TCHC has worked with development partners The Daniels Corporation and Tridel.
Completed TCHC revitalizations
Learn more about completed revitalization projects at TCHC, including information about the communities and development partners.