Roof-topping complete for 180 Sackville, the next rental building in the Regent Park Revitalization

Roof-topping complete for 180 Sackville, the next rental building in the Regent Park Revitalization

April 16, 2014

Toronto Community Housing staff joined staff from The Daniels Corporation and members of the construction team to celebrate the official topping-off of 180 Sackville St, Regent Park�s next rental building, and the next market condominium building, One Park Place South Tower.
When completed, the mid-rise building at 180 Sackville will contain 46 replacement rent-geared-to-income units and 40 new affordable rental units. A further 32 rent-geared-to-income townhomes will also be constructed on the site.
Regent Park is the ground-breaking example of how Toronto Community Housing�s approach to city building can transform a community into a successful, mixed-income, mixed-use neighbourhood, with rental buildings, market condominium buildings, townhomes, commercial space, community facilities, active parks and open space.
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The Regent Park team from Toronto Community Housing�s Development Division with the next rental building, 180 Sackville, in the background.
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Two of Toronto Community Housing�s newest rental buildings � 230 Sackville (open) on the right and 180 Sackville (under construction) on the left.
Construction continues on the new Community Centre in Regent Park, next to the recently-renovated Nelson Mandela Public School.
Toronto Community Housing�s Regent Park Development Director Heather Grey-Wolf (right) shakes hands with Daniels� Construction Manager, High Rise, Steve Langdon (left) at the topping-off ceremony, as Greg Spearn, VP and Chief Development Officer, Toronto Community Housing, looks on.