This Call for Development is seeking a visionary partner(s) with concepts to deliver transformational change and create a world-class, year-round destination with global appeal. The scale and profile of the Site demands big, bold ideas and we welcome your inspiration.
This opportunity is about creating something remarkable across 68 acres (28 ha) of land and up to 87 acres (25 ha) of water. Building on the Site’s many strengths, this process provides interested parties with an opportunity to be visionary and to comprehensively reinvent this waterfront destination.
Through this Call for Development process, the Government of Ontario is seeking developments concepts that would realize its vision for the site as a landmark entertainment, sports, commercial, recreation and/or leisure attraction, reinventing the Site and recognizing its many advantages.
A waterfront site of rare scale and profile, centrally located in Canada’s largest and most prosperous city.
Proximity to Toronto’s Financial Core, growing neighbourhoods, tech hubs and opposite ‘Exhibition Place’ – Canada’s preeminent sports, entertainment and conferencing destination.
Benefit from the Government’s recently committed $10.9 billion investment to deliver a new subway line (Ontario Line) direct to the site by 2027.
Positioned to take advantage of the Greater Toronto Area’s continued rapid growth and evolution as one of North America’s strongest economic engines.
Served by local and regional transit, highway, rail and airport access, the location is a gateway to the city for visitors and residents alike.
An opportunity to partner with the Government of Ontario in a shared vision to create a bold new development on an accelerated timeline.
Download this application package for the Call for Development details, and the Process Participant Form and
Non-Disclosure Agreements. Once the forms are executed, participants will be invited into the process.
Infrastructure Ontario, together with its exclusive advisors Colliers International and KPMG, LLP, present a unique opportunity to partner with the Government of Ontario to redevelop the Site through a Call for Development process.