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Toronto Community Housing is going beyond bricks and mortar to build clean, safe homes for our residents while creating vibrant communities where people can thrive.

By working together with the City of Toronto, our residents, our neighbours, and our private development partners, we are transforming aging housing infrastructure to build better homes, better neighbourhoods, and a better Toronto for all.

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.

Toronto Community Housing is committed to being a landlord of excellence. That’s why, throughout the planning process for Revitalization, we involve and engage residents to give them a real say on decisions that affect their lives.​

Revitalization communities

Revitalizations map

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If you have problems accessing the map, the revitalization projects can be viewed in a table format below the map.

Project nameProject nameConstruction start yearTotal TCHC unitsNew market unitsRead morelinks to full details on another page
250 Davenport2015460TBDRead moreabout 250 Davenport project
Alexandra Park20148061,540Read moreabout Alexandra Park project
Allenbury Gardens2015127900Read moreabout Allenbury Gardens project
Don Summerville
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Lawrence Heights20151,2084,092Read moreabout Lawrence Heights project
Leslie Nymark2016/17121540Read moreabout Leslie Nymark project
Regent Park20052,0835,400Read more

​ New affordable housing communities
Toronto Community Housing is also delivering quality homes through the construction of new affordable rental housing. These developments provide opportunities for low and moderate income households to be a part of these thriving neighbourhoods.

Completed development communities

Toronto Community Housing has completed a number of development projects across the city.

Learn more about revitalization

For more information on Toronto Community Housing's Revitalization work, visit the following pages: