Highlights

Corus Quay
25 Dockside Drive

Corus Quay is one of Toronto’s most significant commercial developments in the city’s downtown waterfront neighbourhood. Located on the shores of Lake Ontario and only minutes from Toronto’s city centre, Corus Quay has been a catalyst for revitalizing this new waterfront neighbourhood. Designed by internationally acclaimed Diamond Schmitt Architects, the award-winning building combines vibrant design, minimalism and efficiency. Developed by Toronto Port Lands Company, it is the Toronto headquarters of…


Pinewood Toronto Studios
256 Commissioners Street

Pinewood Toronto Studios opened for business in July 2008. Pinewood (known then as Filmport) is located in Canada’s newest and largest Studio District. Boasting one of North America’s largest purpose-built sound stages, it is the anchor for converging film and entertainment production, creative, technology and knowledge-based jobs in a new Innovation and Creativity Cluster.This landmark studio complex has its roots in the City of Toronto’s overall strategy to strengthen the…


Essroc Relocation
575 Commissioners Street

The Port Lands remain a functioning port area and will continue to house industrial tenants. As part of the City’s consolidation strategy to relocate concrete and aggregate companies to the Eastern Port Lands, TPLC has worked closely with tenant Essroc to complete this multi-million dollar project. Construction was started in 2013 with one terminal put in service in 2014. TPLC has worked closely with the Toronto Port Authority and Waterfront…


Cherry Beach Sports Fields

The Cherry Beach Sports Fields officially opened in September 2008. The two regulation-sized elite soccer and lacrosse fields help meet the high demand for playing fields in Toronto. The state-of-the-art regulation sized fields can accommodate numerous recreational activities such as soccer and lacrosse, but also field hockey, football and ultimate frisbee. Toronto Port Lands Company worked together with the City of Toronto and Waterfront Toronto to reclaim this underutilized land….


Port Lands Sports Centre
85-95 Commissioners Street

TPLC was retained by the City of Toronto to provide planning, design, environmental risk assessment and other pre-development services for what was to be the newest and largest community and recreation facility in the area. The new Port Lands Sports Centre was to include four NHL sized ice-pads (three with seating for 250 spectators each and one with seating for 1000 spectators), a series of multi-purpose and concession spaces, a…


Evergreen
Evergreen Development

On October 24, 2007, TPLC (then operating as TEDCO) and Monarch Corporation announced Phase One of Evergreen. At the time, it was the largest low-rise green residential community in Canada. Located in Toronto’s Midland and St. Clair area, Evergreen was a joint development between the two corporations, with Monarch as the builder. The project represented the first time that TPLC had partnered with a builder on a residential project. It…


Canpar
Canpar Relocation

Canpar was a former TPLC tenant located on Toronto’s waterfront. As the City’s economic development corporation, TPLC (then operating as TEDCO) offered to assist in Canpar’s relocation to a new site to keep its jobs in Toronto and to accommodate the company’s major growth. In 2006 Canpar relocated to a new 184,000 sq ft LEED certified parcel sortation and distribution facility. Located in South Etobicoke, the 40-acre site was once…