2150 LAKE SHORE BLVD. W

A Secondary Plan process is currently in motion for the site a 2150 Lake Shore Blvd. W, and will be led by the City of Toronto. You can read more about it on the City of Toronto’s website, or visit the project page for more information about upcoming key milestones in the planning process and future community engagement sessions.

LATEST NEWS

First Capital has proposed a new GO Station to be located at the north end of the site at 2150 Lake Shore. A Transit Project Assessment Process (TPAP) will be completed for the proposed Park Lawn GO Station, including an Environmental Project Report (EPR) to assess the potential environmental effects of this transit project. Learn more by watching the virtual presentation.

PROJECT UPDATE

On May 19, 2020, a Revised Official Plan Amendment, a new Zoning-By-Law Amendment and Draft Plan of Subdivision applications were submitted to the City with revisions and upgrades to the original Master Plan. This submission includes key upgrades to the plan that deliver on community benefits such as a larger park and potential for two new schools. Review the submission details here or read our first featured story to get a quick overview by clicking the button below.

The place to be
Well-connected
Vibrant spaces & places
Green & open
Active & thriving
A Market Hall for all seasons

OUR VISION

We envision 2150 Lake Shore Blvd. W. as a dynamic transit-oriented, mixed-use neighbourhood with high-quality urban design that considers present and future community needs, including the potential for a new transit hub.

Our aspirations for a
new heart of Humber
Bay Shores

First Capital Liberty Village

COMPLETE
COMMUNITY

A community where people can live, work, shop, play and learn.

TRANSIT
ORIENTED

A neighbourhood that is connected locally and regionally.

Toronto, ON
West Elm, Toronto, ON

SUSTAINABLE
LIVING

A healthy and sustainable place to live.

RETAIL
DIVERSITY

Diverse retail that meets the needs of the community.

Mount Royal Village
People sitting on a sunny lunchtime in Pancras Square, King's Cross

PUBLIC
REALM

A vibrant public realm that celebrates local culture.

A LOCAL
LANDMARK

Retain the Christie Tower as an iconic landmark.

Former Mr. Christie's site at 2150 Lake Shore Blvd. W., Toronto, ON

ABOUT THE
PROJECT

First Capital and internationally renowned Master Planners, Allies and Morrison are working together to create a Master Plan that re-imagines 2150 Lake Shore Blvd. W. as a new dynamic heart of Humber Bay Shores. First Capital will be working with the local community, City and Provincial Government (Metrolinx) to develop a mixed-use, transit-oriented development that meets the needs of the neighbourhood.

PAST
COMMUNITY
MEETINGS

VIRTUAL TOWN HALL

PRESENTING THE UPDATED PLAN

On Thursday, May 28, First Capital hosted a Virtual Town Hall to present the latest version of the Master Plan to the community and answer questions during a live Q&A. Project Team members as well as staff from the City of Toronto were available to answer questions and inform the community on next steps in the planning process.

CITY OF TORONTO PUBLIC CONSULTATION

A COMBINED MEETING WITH FIRST CAPITAL

On November 12, 2019, the City of Toronto hosted a public consultation meeting for the community to learn more about First Capital’s Official Plan Amendment Application (OPA) for the redevelopment of 2150 Lake Shore Blvd. W.

2150 Lake Shore Blvd W.

IDEA FAIR #2

WE EXPLORED & IDEATED

On November 21, 2018, First Capital continued the conversation with the community and heard some incredible feedback. Ideas were brainstormed and shared for creating a complete community at Humber Bay Shores.

IDEA FAIR #1

BIG IDEAS

On February 6, 2018, First Capital held Idea Fair #1 to share preliminary thoughts and concepts, meet the community and gather feedback for the redevelopment of the former Mr. Christie site at 2150 Lake Shore Blvd. W. The event provided the community with an opportunity to learn about First Capital and initial ideas for a transit-oriented, mixed-use community at Humber Bay Shores. We were excited to discuss ideas with the approximately 600 people that attended and review the 178 comment forms that were collected during and after the event.

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