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Building Profiles

252 Sackville 

  • 159 homes for senior citizens
  • A mixture of one and two-bedroom apartments as well as some fully accessible one-bedroom units.
  • The 7th floor has two lounges, laundry facilities and a winter 

246 Sackville

  • 45 replacement units
  • 20 new affordable rental units
  • Apartments have two, three, four and five bedrooms. There are also barrier-free units.
  • The eight-story building has a large multipurpose common space, computer and children's play rooms, and a green roof.

 501 Adelaide Street East

  • 156 replacement units
  • 24 new affordable rental units
  • This property was zoned for condominium development and Toronto Community Housing worked within existing zoning to develop a family-friendly building featuring cutting-edge environmental technologies and a green roof.

92 Carlton Street

  • 51 replacement units
  • 39 new affordable rental units
  • 20 new rent supplement units
  • This property was acquired by Toronto Community Housing to redevelop into new housing.
  • The 11-story building has ground-floor townhomes, family units and units with terraces.
  • The design incorporates the original facade of the historical building that was on site. 

60 Richmond Street East

  • 47 replacement Units
  • 38 new affordable rental units
  • 11-storey building with approximately 3,000 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor. The building contains one, two, three and four-bedroom units.

 Christian Resource Centre

  • 87 supportive housing units
  • 40 replacement units
  • The Christian Resource Centre offers housing, food and other support services. 

One Cole Street

  • 293 condominium units
  • One Cole was the first condominium in the Regent Park revitalization.
  • It was developed and built by The Daniels Corporation and ncludes two buildings: a nine-storey West Building with 92 suites and a 19-storey East building with 201 suites.
  • Suite designs include: studio, one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom, two-bedroom plus den, and three-bedroom townhomes.

One Oak Street

  • 84 rental units
  • 59 replacement units
  • 25 new affordable rental units
  • This mid-rise building offers 84 family units: 27 two bedrooms, 32 three bedrooms and 18 four bedrooms. There are also seven barrier-free apartments.
  • There is an common space on the 5th floor and several green terraces at different levels. The laundry room is lon the 8th floor with a lounge and terrace access. There will be a green roof with a community garden.
  • There is a mixture of retail and community spaces at street level and a daycare with an outdoor play area. Underground parking and bicycle storage are available.  

One Park West

  • Number of units still to be determined.
  • OnePark West is a boutique Regent Park condo alongside the community's six-acre park. 

Rental / Market Townhouses (Oak Street, Cole Street, and nearby at 30 Regent Street)

  • 58 replacement units
  • Number of townhouses still to be determined.
  • Four and five-bedroom rent geared to income units
  • One, two and three-bedroom market units.
  • Approximately 30 Toronto Community Housing stacked townhouses have terraces, except for some of the larger units on the ground floor. Each unit has a balcony or porch facing the street. Parking is accessed from a laneway.  


For more information: 

The Regent Park Relocation Office
41 Blevins Place, Toronto (Google map)
Phone: (416) 981-4771

Operating Unit (OU) Office
415 Gerrard Street East, Toronto (Google map
Phone: (416) 981-4831