4620 Eglinton Avenue West
4620 Eglinton Avenue West represents one of the several parcels of land along the north side of Eglinton Avenue West that were originally acquired by the City of Toronto as a right of way to accommodate a transportation corridor. In 2012, the City of Toronto declared the parcels surplus to the City’s needs and for transfer to Build Toronto to explore development opportunities.
Update: Trinity Development Group and Build Toronto hosted a second Interactive Community Meeting on the evening of August 15, 2017. View the invite for more details.
Please see the presentation materials below:
- Presentation Boards
- Main Presentation
- Housing Presentation
- Public Gathering Spaces Presentation
- Retail Presentation
- Transportation Presentation
- Comment Forms
Please send in any scanned or written comments to Aliya Tejani at email@example.com by Tuesday, August 22, 2017.
To view community consultation to date, please click on the update below – 4620 Eglinton Ave. W. Community Engagement Officially Kicks-Off with Saturday Open House
DetailsMajor Intersection: Eglinton Avenue West and Wincott Drive
Surrounding Uses: Mix of high- and low-density residential uses and a retail development to the north; established low-density neighbourhoods to the south; vacant lands to the east and high-density residential developments to the west. Richview Collegiate Institute is southeast of the site.
Ward: 4 - Etobicoke Centre
Councillor: John Campbell
Site Area (acres): 2.3
Current Use: Vacant
Proposed Use: Retail
Official Plan - Land Use Designation: Mixed-Use Area
Second Community Meeting Held for Richview Square + 4620 Eglinton Ave. W.
On the evening of Tuesday, August 15, 2017, Build Toronto in collaboration with Trinity Development Group, Councillor Campbell and our community facilitation partners, Brook Pooni Associates, held an interactive community meeting regarding the… Read more
4620 Eglinton Ave. W. Community Engagement Officially Kicks-Off with Saturday Open House
Engagement is one of Build Toronto’s City-Building Strategic Priorities. As part of any development application, we work to engage with community members over and above the City of Toronto’s statutory community consultation… Read more
Development LeadSalima Rawji
Vice President, Development