Our Vision

Ensuring that Pier 27’s final phase is part of the effort to build back better for the Queens Quay area. By bringing this last piece of the master plan for Pier 27 to life, we see this development of the Phase 3 lands as an opportunity to:

  • Create a landmark development consistent with the City of Toronto's goals for the Central Waterfront

  • Respond to the evolving development context with a revised proposal that builds on Pier 27's guiding principles

  • Maintain Pier 27's commitment to high quality design, public art, and striking architecture

  • Enhance connections to the waterfront and support new park and public spaces

  • Activate the public realm along Queens Quay and within the Pier 27 community with generous new retail spaces

  • Deliver seamless connections to the planned streetscape and transit improvements along Queens Quay

In 2012, the Phase 3 land was approved for two mid-rise buildings. Since then, facilitated by updated planning policies that support intensification in already built-up areas, significant development growth has been planned and approved in the immediate surroundings. It is important that Phase 3 fits well with the new landscape; to do that, the built form is being reimagined to include an 11-storey East Building and a 45-storey West Building.

East Building (11 storeys)

Residential units
402 m2
Retail space
282 m2
Indoor amenity space
279 m2
Outdoor amenity space
532 m2
Daycare Space (indoor & outdoor)

West Building (45 storeys)

Residential units
199 m2
Retail space
953 m2
Indoor amenity space
395 m2
Outdoor amenity space

Combined Amenities (East + West Buildings)

Car parking spaces
Bicycle parking Spaces

Currently on Pier 27 Site

Most of the Pier 27 site has been developed and the buildings are currently occupied

Two 14 storey buildings: complete and occupied

Recently built 35-storey building: complete and occupied

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