Regent Park is undergoing a revitalization that is rebuilding the neighbourhood for 12,500 residents over 15 years. This means changing what was once a solely a social housing development and applying tried-and-true planning principles to create a mixed-income, mixed-use community.
The project is being carried forward as a public-private partnership, through a project agreement and joint venture for the condominium projects with The Daniels Corporation.
The project's business plan is to use profits from the sale of over 3,000 market condominiums to help pay for the replacement of 2,083 new social housing units and contribute toward the construction of 700 new affordable rental units.
With our government partners, including the City of Toronto, we’re making sure revitalization plans include community facilities and adding new affordable rental and affordable home ownership opportunities.
Every Regent Park household that has been relocated because of the revitalization has the right to a new unit being built as part of the revitalization.
Read more about the Regent Park revitalization:
- Why revitalize
- Community planning principles
- Quality architecture
- Employment for tenants and community economic development
- Condominium sales
- Affordable home ownership
- Financial plan
Update on Regent Park Planning Applications
Full house at Regent Park return/relocation meeting
Regent Park Community Construction Liaison Committee