Community Contribution.

11 Yorkville is a development which has been approved by City Council, as a result of significant community engagement and collaboration, and is currently under construction. Considerable care has been directed to the architecture of the building, as well as the surrounding public realm. Our project has a number of unique features, such as a new public park to be designed with community input.



Construction on this building has begun. For up-to-date construction updates, check out our list of Documents. to see other previous and upcoming milestones, scroll through the Timeline below.


Pre-Application Consultations with City of Toronto

February 22, 2018

Meeting with current Ward 27 Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam

March, 2018

Meetings with Bloor-Yorkville BIA and local Residents Association

March 27, 2018

First Submission of Development Application (OPA/ ZBLA/ SPA)

April 11, 2018

Public Open House

June 6, 2018

Preliminary Report to Community Council

July 11, 2018

Community Meeting

August 2018

Comments received from City of Toronto on Development Application

November 6, 2018

1st meeting with tenants regarding the Rental Housing Demolition & Conversion Applications

December 20, 2018

2nd Submission of Development Application (OPA/ ZBLA/ SPA)

April 1, 2019

3rd Submission of Development Application (OPA/ ZBLA/ SPA)

April 2, 2019

2nd meeting with tenants regarding the Rental Housing Demolition & Conversion Applications

May 27, 2019

Drop-in session for tenants regarding proposed Tenant Relocation & Assistance Program Terms

June 25, 2019

Recommendation Report to Community Council

July 16, 2019

Recommendation Report to City Council

August 26, 2019

4th Submission of Development Application (SPA)

November 27, 2019

Council Adoption of Zoning By-Law Amendments & Official Plan Amendment

December 31, 2019

Zoning By-Law Amendments & Official Plan Amendment in Force and Effect

February 6, 2020

5th Submission of Development Application (SPA)

April 30, 2020

Site Plan Application, Notice of Approval Conditions (NOAC) Issued

May 27, 2020

Demolition Start Date

June 22, 2020

Demolition Update Posted

November 3, 2020

Shoring & Excavation Update #1 Posted

February 25, 2021

Shoring, Excavation & Road Occupancy Update Posted



Get involved with 11 Yorkville by reviewing the construction updates, development application documents, and community information session materials associated with the development.

Construction Updates

June 16, 2020 Construction Management Plan
June 22, 2020 Demolition Update
November 3, 2020 Shoring & Excavation Update #1
February 25, 2021 Shoring, Excavation & Road Occupancy Update
August 10, 2021 Construction Update #4

City Reports & Documents

December 31, 2019 Final and Binding Notice of Adoption of Official Plan & Zoning By-Law Amendments
December 31, 2019 Official Plan Amendment 457
December 31, 2019 By-Law 1639-2019
December 31, 2019 By-Law 1640-2019
November 27, 2019 Notice of Adoption of Official Plan & Zoning By-Law Amendments
June 11, 2019 Final Staff Report on Development Applications
June 6, 2018 Preliminary Staff Report on Development Applciations

Community Information Sessions

April 11, 2018 Public Open House
July 11, 2018 Community Meeting
November 6, 2018 Tenant Meeting
April 2, 2019 Tenant Meeting #2
May 27, 2019 Tenant Meeting #3
June 25, 2019 Community Council Meeting

Development Applications

March 27, 2018 1st OPA/ ZBLA/ SPA Submission
December 20, 2018 2nd OPA/ ZBLA/ SPA Submission
April 1, 2019 3rd OPA/ ZBLA/ SPA Submission
August 26, 2019 4th OPA/ ZBLA/ SPA Submission
February 6, 2020 5th SPA Submission



The Plan

A comprehensive plan addressing both the Yorkville Avenue frontage and adjacent neighbouring tall buildings.

The Building

11 Yorkville will be a mixed-use building, including residential and retail designed as 62 floors and 212 metres, featuring 676 units, inclusive of 81 residential rental replacement units.

Public Realm –
Designed by You

25% of this site – 705m² will be designated as a combination of public park and publicly-accessible private open space, which is more than the City requirement. We look forward to collaborating with the community on the design of the park.



Metropia, Capital Developments and RioCan Living are highly respected real estate developers committed to enhancing Toronto’s urban landscape through an exciting partnership for 11 Yorkville Avenue.

Yorkville Inc., a partnership between Metropia, Capital Developments and RioCan Living, brings together an exceptional combination of industry experts to create a successful, transit-oriented, mixed-use community in a prime location. Together, we have a diverse portfolio of successful and innovative development projects in Toronto and across Canada. Yorkville Inc. is the collaboration of like-minded partners that are committed to working together to develop this site as an iconic and world-class project.


Metropia is a privately-owned real estate developer with a focus on community building, urban renewal and design innovation. Our communities offer a wide range of housing options with an emphasis on affordability and responsibility to the environment.

Capital Developments

Capital Developments is an industry-leading Canadian real estate company with international roots. Our developments have a history of success in undertaking mixed-use projects with a mission to develop desirable places to live, work and play.

RioCan Living

RioCan Living is RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust’s residential brand. RioCan Living owns, manages and develops retail-focused, increasingly mixed-use properties located in prime, high-density transit-oriented areas. RioCan Living delivers best in class purpose-built rental units and condos along Canada’s most prominent transit lines.



  • What is the timing for this project?

  • This project is currently under construction and has the following construction timelines:

    Permit submission: December 2019
    Demolition: May 2020
    Below Grade Construction: October 2020
    Above Grade Construction: November 2021
    First Occupancy: October 2024
    Registration: May 2025
    Final Closing: July 2025


  • How many buildings will be constucted?
  • There will be one 62-storey mixed-use building (residential), with retail uses on the first two floors, constructed on the site.

  • Will there be commercial or other uses? 

  • Yes, this is a mixed-use development that features condominium units, publicly accessible space, and approximately 27,000 square feet of commercial space in the podium level.

  • What are the benefits to the community?

    • The development includes a new urban park space dedicated to the neighbourhood. That’s 705 square meters of public park and publicly accessible open space – almost twice the size of Frank Stollery Parkette. We will be commencing a consultation process for the public to engage in the park design in 2020.
    • Other enhancements to the public realm include:
      – Improving existing pedestrian connections, such as completing the Clock Tower Walkway and Town Hall Walkway.
      – Activating the Yorkville Avenue, public lane, and public park frontages through the incorporation of commercial uses on the ground floor and outdoor patio and seating areas.
    • We’ve also paid considerable attention to the architectural detail and design of the proposed building. The intention is for the development to contribute significantly to the neighbourhood’s character.
  • Will the rental units be replaced?
  • Yes, 81 existing rental units on site will be replaced in the new building. This was the result of a very successful engagement process with the tenants throughout the process.

  • Who are the consultants on the project?

  • We have engaged the following industry leaders and are in the process of building a comprehensive project team:

    Sweeny&Co Architects | Architect

    Established by Dermot Sweeny in 1988, Sweeny & Co Architects Inc. is a multi-disciplinary practice whose work centres on driving demand through the creation and execution of highly desirable developments. An award-winning architecture, interior design and planning practice, our firm is recognized for the design of the very successful projects as judged by the developers, owners, occupants, authorities and communities in which they are situated.

    Bousfields | Urban Planning Consultant

    Bousfields Inc. is one of the pre-eminent community planning firms in Ontario with special expertise in urban design, planning policy, and community engagement. Bousfields offers a full range of land use planning, urban design, and engagement services to the development industry, municipalities, and government agencies.

    Studio TLA | Landscape Architect

    We are landscape architects, urban designers and master planners with a passion for design. We create meaningful spatial experiences that connect people to the places they live, work and play. We connect the systems that impact our everyday well-being: socially, culturally, economically and sustainably.

    Janet Rosenberg & Studio | Park Design

    Janet Rosenberg & Studio Inc. is one of Canada’s most distinguished landscape architecture and urban design studios. Drawing from individual strengths, JRS creates treasured, ecologically responsible landscapes that respond to the demands of the urban environment and engage, excite and enhance the quality of life for those who inhabit them.

    WSP | Transportation and Civil Consultation

    WSP’s Transportation Planning & Advisory Services group offers the planning and engineering services required to develop comprehensive solutions to the full spectrum of transportation challenges. Our firm has extensive technical expertise in transportation planning, traffic engineering, parking policy and design, planning for alternative modes, environmental assessments and preliminary design.

    Cecconi Simone | Interior Design

    Cecconi Simone Inc. is a multi-disciplinary interior-design practice based in Toronto, Canada, privately owned and operated by Elaine Cecconi and Anna Simone. The firm currently employs about 40 professional, technical and administrative staff. Established in 1982, Cecconi Simone has met with continued success, creating award-winning interiors for the retail, corporate, hotel-hospitality and residential sectors in Canada, the United States, Anguilla, Italy, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, India and China. The firm has designed about seventy-five condominium communities in Toronto alone. Cecconi Simone’s wide-ranging work is central to its “whole design” philosophy; the belief that a cross-pollination of design experience leads to a deeper understanding of how people live their lives and the design needs that arise from those lifestyles.

  • How can I participate in the process?

  • Thank you to all of those who participated in the Rezoning and Official Plan Amendment approval processes. Though these approval processes are
    complete, we look forward to engaging with you and considering your ideas in the design process for the public park, which is scheduled to commence in 2020. The public park design public meeting notice will be posted on this website, once it has been scheduled. If you have any further questions or comments for our team, you can continue to get in touch with us through our website’s contact form; a member of our team will get back to you
    with a response shortly.


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