2400 Dundas West
2400-2440 Dundas West
We are excited to be looking ahead to transforming 2400-2440 Dundas Street West into a new transit-oriented mixed-use development which includes a significant opportunity to reimagine the public realm and improve the community’s overall experience with the site.
As part of our vision
for the site, we are proposing:
Retail and Commercial Spaces
The proposal introduces new street-level commercial spaces while retaining grocery options
New pedestrian and vehicle connections to the Bloor GO/UPX Station
POPS and Public Park Space
Over 1,000 m2 of new Privately Owned Publicly Accessible Space (POPS) and public parks
Better connections between the neighbourhood and the Bloor GO and UPX Station
New Housing Options
The project brings a mixture of housing options for residents
Two New Buildings
The project brings three new residential towers across two buildings
Geothermal Heating and Cooling
New system to meet modern sustainability and energy efficiency standards
Located north of Bloor Street West at the eastern side of Dundas Street West and the CPR/CNR Rail Corridor, the Site is in the High Park North (West Bend) neighbourhood in the City of Toronto. Currently, the Site is occupied by low density commercial outlets, including a FreshCo to the south side of the Site and a Shoppers Drug Mart to the north, with surface parking spaces in the center. To the southeast of the Site, is an interim pick-up and drop-off point for the Bloor GO and UPX station.
1 Building A
2 Building B
3 BLOOR GO and UPX Station
4DUNDAS WEST Station
2400 Dundas West
Building A 18- and 25-storeys
Residential Units: 442 1-Bedroom: 281 (64%) 2-Bedroom: 116 (26%) 3-Bedroom: 45 (10%)
Commercial Space: 3,793 m 2
Building B 36-storeys
Residential Units: 431 1-Bedroom: 317 (74%) 2-Bedroom: 70 (16%) 3-Bedroom: 44 (10%)
Commercial Space: 879 m 2
2400 Dundas West
The new buildings will be adjacent to the existing Bloor GO and UPX station.
2400 Dundas West
The new buildings will be less thana. 5-minute walk to the Dundas West TTC Subway Station.
Community Consultation Meeting
City-hosted virtual community meeting where the public can learn about the project and ask questions
We submitted our application for a Zoning Bylaw Amendment with the City of Toronto
Pre-Application Online Community Meeting
Applicant-led presentation that went over the proposal and the vision for the Site with the public
Interactive survey for the public to provide feedback on matters such as the public realm
Project Website & Email
Centralized hub for the latest information and an avenue to provide feedback and comments
* The Project Team has been having ongoing meetings with both City Staff and community stakeholders.
We submitted our application for a Zoning Bylaw Amendment with the City of Toronto in March 2023. The application materials and consultant reports are available to view and download in this section.
We conducted a survey from February 9 - March 27, 2023, to learn more from the public on how we can shape the public spaces in our proposal. The survey consisted of 8 questions, which 131 respondents answered. The following summary highlights some of the key findings from the survey.
As part of the survey, respondents also had the opportunity to interact with different images of public spaces, streetscapes, and connections. The images covered landscaping and public connection design to specific materials and features. Collectively, the results from the survey have informed our Zoning Bylaw Amendment application that was submitted in March. The submission materials, containing reports and studies, can be found in the Documents section. We are looking forward to continuing working through the comments and understanding how they can shape the project as we advance through the planning application process.
What is the vision for the redevelopment?
Our vision is to redevelop the site with a transit-oriented mixed-use project. The vision includes two buildings, with three towers (18-, 25-, and 36-storeys). The site will include retail spaces, including retaining the grocery options, as well as introduce new POPS and public spaces.
What is going to happen to the FreshCo and Shoppers Drug Mart that is on the existing site?
Both stores will be demolished as part of the construction process. However, we will be retaining a grocery store option in the final building. We are early in the process and details on the type of grocery store are still in the works. Check this website regularly or contact us at email@example.com to get the latest information.
How will this proposal benefit the neighbourhood?
The proposal is looking to introduce a variety of housing types, including 2- and 3-bedroom units which would allow more families to move to the area. The addition of a new public park will help create new spaces for play, while retail options will animate the area. We are also committed to retaining a grocery store on the site.
How will the proposal address concerns about traffic and congestion?
The site is a transit-oriented community, which is directly adjacent and accessible to the Bloor GO and Union Pearson Express Station. The site is also a 5-minute walk from the Dundas West TTC Subway Station. We anticipate that fewer people will require parking spaces and rely more on public transit options for both local and regional travel.
What is the timing for this project?
The rezoning application for this proposal was submitted in March 2023 to the City of Toronto for review. Once the City of Toronto declares the application complete, the formal application review process will begin. We anticipate that this process will take approximately 18-24 months.
Later this year, we will be submitting a Site Plan Application. No construction would take place before all necessary approvals are received. We are committed to sharing the latest information as we proceed through this process.
How can I get involved?
Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and someone on the project team will get back to you shortly. We also have a short interactive survey in the section that you can participate in. The survey covers topics such as the public realm. Check back regularly to find out other opportunities to learn more about the proposal and share your thoughts or feedback.