The Tippett Regeneration Area represents thoughtful and complete community plans that are enhanced through elegant architecture, affordable and rental housing, thoughtful community facilities, sustainable engineering, and a respect for arts and culture, making this new community a landmark in achieving many of the City’s initiatives.
The Tippett Regeneration Area comprises a total of four buildings and approximately 900 units will contribute 200 new affordable units (100 rental and 100 ownership units), a proposed community space, and a new daycare facility, all of which will be structured around a municipal road dedication, and oriented around a new central park. All of the initiatives will be further enhanced by a network of pedestrian and cycling oriented routes, focused on connecting the central park and the subway entrance to the Wilson Subway Station, putting residents just minutes from Highway 401, Yorkdale Mall, shops, cafes, and more.
Currently active rezoning applications with the City of Toronto, 30 Tippett is comprised of two buildings at 13 and 14-stories at the south end of the master planned Tippett Regeneration Area.
A proposed 13-storey condominium building will be home to 356 residential units, 50 of which will be affordable ownership. This building will also include 5,000 square feet of community space on the ground floor with a diverse amenity program accessible to all residents.
30 Tippett will also include a 14-storey building with 165 purpose-built rentals, including 50 affordable rental units as part of the masterplan of this urban, vibrant neighbourhood.
Designed with a rich network of publicly accessible open spaces. True to its contemporary context, the buildings invite people to permeate through the site and enhance safety, connectivity and community interaction. Ever mindful of its relationship to the surrounding neighbourhood and to the new central park, a thoughtful approach has been taken in the placement and massing strategy of the buildings, ensuring greenspaces remain accessible and shadow impacts are mitigated.
Acquired from Build Toronto, these developments were conceived from a city-wide initiative to fulfill a crucial city building goal of building affordable ownership and new affordable rentals.
When building communities, it is important to consider the long term impact of construction. Our construction guidelines are a starting point for sustainability and we constantly strive to exceed them. Below are just a few of the steps we take to ensure we create buildings that are lasting, energy-efficient and enhance the residents’ quality of life.
Head to nearby Yorkdale Shopping Centre for world-class shopping. Enjoy an annual line up of events at Downsview Park. Or connect instantly to Wilson subway station – all that Toronto has to offer is only a short subway-ride away.
The amenities at 30 Tippett make life a little easier and a whole lot more enjoyable. Picture an inviting community greenspace with a public square, a multi-purpose lobby, and comfortable lounge areas to relax and socialize.