Toronto Long-Term Care Homes and Services
Redevelopment of Kipling Acres
Kipling Acres, one of the City of Toronto’s 10 long-term care homes, is being redeveloped with capital funding from the City of Toronto and the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
Phase 1, currently under construction, represents the initial 192 bed home and following demolition of the old building, phase 2 will begin for the remaining 145 beds.
The redevelopment of this long-term care home in Etobicoke will meet modern long-term care design standards, provide greater wheelchair access for residents in private and public spaces and seek community use of hub space and co-location of City services.
Ceremonial Ground Breaking
Residents at Kipling Acres welcomed special guests to celebrate the start of construction of their new home. The existing site is being redeveloped with capital funding from the City of Toronto and the Province of Ontario. The design of the new home has been undertaken with extensive community stakeholder input to best meet the needs of residents and the northern Etobicoke community.
Construction progress photos
Mock Suite on Display
A mock suite has been constructed and will remain open throughout the redevelopment of the home to provide residents, staff and visitors an opportunity to see and feel what a typical room will look like in the new Kipling Acres.