Construction Progressing on Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Plan

The Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Plan (BQNP) implementation is proceeding on schedule, and a busy year ahead will bring significant improvements to the Canada Malting property.

This week the project reached a construction milestone with the start of concrete work for the new waterfront promenade. The deck will be poured in four separate segments over the next several months, followed by installation of paving stones and granite benches over the summer and fall. Completion of this new public space on the water's edge is scheduled for October 2020.

The second of seven total BQNP projects will begin construction in early April 2020, and will deliver a dramatic reduction in the transportation footprint on the property in order to free up new space for a waterfront plaza.

Also scheduled to start construction this year is the Ireland Park Foundation's Corleck Building, which is the restoration of an existing heritage building on the waterfront into a cultural centre in Bathurst Quay dedicated to sharing Toronto's and Canada's many successful migration stories.

To learn more, please plan to attend any of the following community consultations and project updates throughout March 2020:

March 18: York Quay Neighbourhood Association (YQNA) meeting
March 25: Waterfront Toronto Design Review Panel meeting