The Daniels Corporation has partnered with Toronto Community Housing to re-develop Regent Park - 69 acres in downtown Toronto. These organizations share the vision of creating a healthy, sustainable community that will bring new vitality to Toronto's Downtown East. Daniels is the builder/developer for the entire community, including OneCole Condominiums, the first residential condominium in this important revitalization; OnePark West, the first condominium located on the new central park; Paintbox Condominiums, which rises from the new Arts & Cultural Centre, known as Daniels Spectrum; and next door to that, One Park Place.
The revitalization restores a diversity of architecture that matches surrounding neighbourhoods, reconnects Regent Park to Toronto's grid of streets and avenues, and includes the creation of new commercial spaces and community facilities including a bank, grocery store, aquatic centre, new community centre, resturaunt and an Arts & Cultural Centre.
A key tenet of the revitalization is including both rent-geared-to-income and market units - together in the same community. When the Regent Park revitalization is completed over the next 10 to 15 years, 12,500 people will live in 5,115 units across 69 acres of the largest publicly funded community in Canada. The plan includes the replacement of the 2,083 existing social housing units in Regent Park with new, energy efficient, modern units and the introduction of approximately 3,000 market units for sale.
Beyond the physical infrastructure, the revitalization is acting as a catalyst for social and economic change with more than 465 jobs already created for local residents. Over the next several years, as the revitalization continues, Regent Park will undergo a remarkable transition that will mean big changes and exciting opportunities for residents new and old.
Located in Toronto's thriving Downtown East, Regent Park is bordered by River Street (east), Queen Street East (south), Gerrard Street (north), and Parliament Street (west).
In The Neighbourhood
Daniels Spectrum (a 60,000 Sq.Ft. cultural hub), Paintbox Bistro, Regent Park Aquatic Centre, 6-Acre Community Park, the urban mews on Regent Park Boulevard, The City of Toronto Community Centre and Leading Canadian Retailers.
Did You Know?
- Regent Park was awarded "Best International Neighbourhood Renewal Program" presented by The International Journal of Neighbourhood Renewal
- There are 57 different languages spoken in the Regent Park Community
- Phase Three of the Regent Park revitalization is home to the 2.8 acre Athletic Grounds funded by MLSE. This dynamic recreational space features a refurbished hockey rink, a new basketball court, a new soccer/cricket pitch and a running track.
Coming this fall to Sumach and Dundas Streets, in the heart of the award-winning Regent Park revitalization. A landmark residence featuring studio to 3-bed suites and family-friendly amenities.
The Sutton Collection
Located at Sutton Street and Sumach Street, The Sutton Collection will include an exclusive release of townhomes and semi-detached homes. A rare find in the city core, these well-crafted and exquisitely designed homes will offer 3 and 4 bedroom layouts, finished lower levels, private garages, roof top terraces, semi-detached homes with private yards, balconies off of the kitchen, impeccable finishes and so much more.