The Canary District: A Visionary, 35 Acre, Live-Work-Shop-Play Destination

A new vision is rising in the West Don Lands, minutes from the downtown core. The Canary District is Toronto’s biggest urban village in the making – a 35 Acre mixed use, multi-phase, master-planned community that will include over 2,000 new homes.

Anchored at Front and Cherry Streets and adjacent to the spectacular new 18 acre Corktown Common Park, The Canary District will be is a diversified neighbourhood in which residents can live, work, shop and play. The extension of Front Street into a vibrant pedestrian promenade will connect residents and visitors alike to shopping and dining options along with education, cultural and sports facilities.

The Canary District will be home to the 2015 Pan/Parapan Am Games Athlete’s Village, creating a positive legacy from hosting the Games and evolving into a 21st century, intelligent, walkable, livable community.

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