TORONTO, ON — Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) and Tridel recently filed a rezoning resubmission for the redevelopment of the Regent Park Phases 4 and 5 lands. Incorporating technical changes and maintaining the community's initial vision, the rezoning resubmission responds to City feedback and follows the original rezoning submission that TCHC and Tridel filed with the City on April 2022.
The resubmission was presented to the Regent Park community on November 28, 2022, at an online community meeting hosted by TCHC and Tridel following public consultation on the submission hosted by the City in line with its rezoning application approval process. Key changes reflected in the rezoning resubmission include:
- The extension from Tubman Avenue will now be a public street and has been straightened to align with Tubman Street to the south of Oak Street and Sword Street to the north of Gerrard Street to maintain a more 'grid-like' pattern to the streetscape, as per the City's request.
- Street G will be a private street allowing access to cars but maintaining prioritization of pedestrian usage with landscaping and outdoor open space.
- Minor shifting of building envelopes to allow for the alignment of the street grid created an increase in height for some buildings which ranges from 1-3 additional floors, resulting in an additional 13 TCHC and 84 market units.
View the presentation deck from the community meeting and access the recording.
The original rezoning application process was developed in close consultation with community members, in over 1,500 interactions, including surveys, virtual community meetings, focus groups, and engagement with community organizations. The resubmitted application continues to centre on the vision that Regent Park residents have for their community.
One of the largest urban revitalizations of its kind, the Regent Park revitalization is an ongoing, five-phased project that is transforming the Regent Park community into a mixed income, mixed-use neighbourhood offering rent-geared-to-income (RGI) units, affordable housing rentals, and market condominiums.
To learn more about the Regent Park Revitalization, and view the rezoning application documents, please visit RP4and5.ca.
Toronto Community Housing (www.torontohousing.ca) is Canada's largest social housing provider, with 20 years of service to the community. Named a 2022 Greater Toronto Top Employer, TCHC provides supportive housing to nearly 60,000 low- and moderate-income households in neighbourhoods across the city.
Tridel® is Canada's leading developer and builder of condominium residences with more than 85 years of homebuilding experience. To date, the Tridel Group of Companies is responsible for producing over 87,000 homes. Tridel is determined to develop condominium communities that meet the needs of today's homeowners while safeguarding the well-being of future generations. The company is working to meet this goal by focusing on innovation including environmentally sustainable design, performance in construction and corporate stewardship. Tridel is committed to building the highest quality condominiums possible and has won virtually every award in the industry for design, customer service, sales, marketing and construction excellence. Tridel looks forward to continuing the long, proud history of award-winning excellence with over 20 new condominium communities currently under development in the Greater Toronto Area.
Toronto Community Housing:
TCHC media line (416) 737-1352 or email@example.com
Andreea Aslan, AAslan@Tridel.com