Creating vibrant communities where people can thrive

Creating vibrant communities where people can thrive

July 06, 2016

​​​A design of the new 241-unit market condominium building to be constructed in Alexandra Park. 
A design of the new 241-unit market condominium building to be constructed in one of Toronto Community Housing’s revitalization communities, Alexandra Park.

Revitalization is creating vibrant communities with increased opportunities. It attracts investment in the form of new or improved amenities like schools, parks and community facilities. It also provides job and training opportunities for residents and creates opportunities for affordable home ownership.

Currently, Toronto Community Housing is the master developer for the revitalization of six communities across Toronto: Regent Park, Alexandra Park, 250 Davenport, Lawrence Heights, Leslie Nymark and Allenbury Gardens. When completed, these communities will include 4,500 new or renovated replacement rent-geared-to-income rental units and 12,500 new market condominium units.

Visit the Performance highlights: Quality homes page on the 2015 Annual Report website to read more about some of Toronto Community Housing's ongoing revitalization projects and how we're transforming communities.

The 2015 Annual Report, In every neighbourhood, looks back at what we achieved last year and looks ahead to the work still to be done. It showcases the value of our housing and why investing in its future makes sense.

View the 2015 Annual Report to see other ways we're creating communities with increased opportunities at annualreport.torontohousing.ca. You can also find this link from the homepage of our website at torontohousing.ca.

Printed copies of the 2015 Annual Report

To keep costs low, we have printed a limited number of copies of the 2015 Annual Report.

Residents who would like a printed copy of the 2015 Annual Report can call 416-981-5500, email help@torontohousing.ca or visit their local Operating Unit office.

Anyone can print copies of the PDF from the website. The 2015 Annual Report was designed to be easily printed in offices or at home.