75 Billy Bishop Way
Located directly next to the Allen Expressway north of Yorkdale Shopping Centre and adjacent to SmartCentres Downsview, the site sits within an existing retail hub and offers strong redevelopment opportunity. Part of the Tippett Road Regeneration Area Study, planning in the area focuses on mixed-use development in the context of reducing auto dependency that will make new way for new layout of streets, parks and open spaces.
The 75 Billy Bishop Way site offers direct connection to the Wilson Subway station, frontage on Wilson Ave. and visibility from the southbound Allen Expressway. Build Toronto’s vision for the site proposes 50,000 square feet of retail, including Pier One, to meet the needs of the growing community.
Please inquire with Salima Rawji for leasing opportunities.
A site plan application has been submitted to the City of Toronto and is currently under review.
Upcoming Lot Closure:
The TTC Wilson West parking lot at Wilson Subway station will close on Thursday, December 1, 2016 for environmental work to prepare for construction. Build Toronto has been working with the TTC on providing commuters with information on current lot options and future lot options to help facilitate the transition.
Please visit ttc.ca/parking for further information.
DetailsMajor Intersection: Wilson Avenue and Billy Bishop Way
Surrounding Uses: Wilson subway station and bus terminal to the north; the Allen Expressway to the east; Highway 401 to the south; and a retail power centre (SmartCentres) to the west.
Ward: 9 - York Centre
Councillor: Maria Augimeri
Site Area (acres): 4.5
Current Use: TTC commuter parking lot
Proposed Use: Retail
Official Plan - Land Use Designation: Employment Area
Opportunity: For Lease
- Repurpose an underutilized site
- Develop to better use the higher-order transit in this location
- Enhance the streetscape through a focus on urban design
Redevelopment of the Wilson West Lot
Redevelopment of the Wilson West Lot Answers to your frequently asked questions Why is this parcel of land being redeveloped? Around 2008, the City of Toronto began to examine new strategies for… Read more
Pedestrian Connectivity at 75 Billy Bishop Way
The 4.5 acres is planned around higher-order transit with a direct connection to the Wilson subway station. The proposed vision includes offering a new pedestrian streetscape, wider sidewalks and safer connectivity and… Read more
A Vision for Retail at 75 Billy Bishop Way
The proposed retail development will introduce more goods and services within walking distance for new residents coming into the neighbourhood from surrounding developments. Redevelopment of this parcel will offer great new urban… Read more
Development LeadSalima Rawji
Vice President, Development