301 Rockcliffe Boulevard

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Industrial
Industrial

301 Rockcliffe Boulevard


Site Introduction

The site dates back to 1954 as the former site of the Rockcliffe Sewage Treatment Plant. It was later demolished and utilized as a works facility. Today, the site is surrounded by 1950s- and 1960s-vintage factories and various other industrial uses. Build Toronto is looking at industrial development opportunities on this site to support the existing context. An important consideration in this project is working with the TRCA to ensure any future development adheres to the 350-year flood protection measure.

For more information, please contact:

Dan Rogers
DTZ Barnicke Limited
(416) 865-5093
Dan.Rogers@dtz.com

Details

Major Intersection: Jane Street and St. Clair Avenue West
Surrounding Uses: Existing industrial uses to the north and east; a Hydro One corridor and low-density residential to the south; and Rockcliffe Middle School and residential to the west.
Ward: 11 - York South-Weston
Councillor: Frances Nunziata
Site Area (acres): 14
Current Use: Former land fill site
Proposed Use: Industrial
Official Plan - Land Use Designation: Employment Area

Development Objectives

  • Create an attractive, well landscaped and architecturally treated property which maximizes employment opportunities
  • North aerial view of site (2012)

    North aerial view of site (2012)

  • North east aerial view of site (2012)

    North east aerial view of site (2012)

Development Lead

Michael S. Whelan Michael S. Whelan
Vice President, Development
mwhelan@buildtoronto.ca