Redevelopment of 777 Victoria Park Ave

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You’re invited to a Community Meeting for the City of Toronto’s Housing Now Initiative.

In December 2018 Toronto City Council launched Housing Now, an initiative that takes a critical step forward in addressing Toronto’s current and future housing needs. Housing Now will create mixed-income communities on public land by providing a mix of affordable rental, market rental and ownership housing options. The new affordable rental homes will remain affordable for 99 years, providing quality housing for future generations. 777 Victoria Park Avenue has been identified as one of the sites for Housing Now. 

Community Meeting

The City of Toronto and CreateTO will be holding a Community Meeting in your neighbourhood to introduce the Housing Now Initiative and share and seek feedback on the conceptual design and preliminary directions for 777 Victoria Park Avenue. The meeting details are included below and in the attached meeting notice.

When: Monday June 10, 2019 – 6:00 – 9:00 pm (presentation at 7:00 pm)

Where: Seicho-No-le Toronto Centre – 662 Victoria Park Avenue 

We hope that your organization will be able to attend the meeting. Please share the attached notice with members of your organization and your broader network.

You can find out more about Housing Now, including the other sites being developed across the City as part of the Housing Now Initiative, on the project website at www.createto.ca/housingnow

We have included the list of local organizations below that are receiving this email. Please let us know if there are any other organizations you think may be interested in receiving this information.

  • Balmy Beach Residents Association
  • Birch Cliff Community Association
  • Concerned Citizens of Quarry Lands Development
  • Crossroads of the Danforth BIA
  • Danforth Village BIA
  • Danforth Village Community Association
  • Danforth Village Residents’ Association
  • East Toronto Neighbourhood Association
  • East York East Toronto Family Resources
  • Friends of Detonia Park
  • Kingston Road Village Neighbourhood Association
  • Neighbourhood Link Support Services
  • Scarborough Bluffs Community Association
  • South Asian Women’s Rights Organization
  • Topham Park Community Association
  • West Scarborough Neighbourhood Community Centre
  • Beach and East Toronto Historical Society
  • Danforth East Community Association
  • Dawes Road Community Network
  • Kingston Road Village Business Association
  • Park Vista Tenants Association

Matthew Wheatley

Facilitation team supporting CreateTO and the City of Toronto

Swerhun Inc.

416-572-4365

720 Bathurst Street Suite 500B Toronto Ontario M5S 2R4

www.swerhun.com

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