Review the most recent survey results in the Project Updates section.

A new park is coming to 100 Broadway Ave.! The City, in partnership with the developer, is designing a new park at the northeast corner of Redpath and Broadway Avenue and will be engaging local residents to ensure the park meets the needs of the community.

Project Timeline

  • July 2020 to July 2022: Design and community engagement
  • August to December 2022: Hiring construction team
  • April to September 2023: Construction

The timeline is subject to change.

As part of the planning process for a new residential development located at 110-120 Broadway Ave., the developer is dedicating 746m2 of land to the City of Toronto for a neighbourhood park. The development area for this project has been identified as a priority for parkland.

The City is working with the developer on the design and construction of the new park. The park will provide various new amenities that will complement the existing play elements in the surrounding neighbourhood. The new park will include:

  • A children’s water play feature
  • Sculptural seatwalls
  • Display gardens
  • Seating and picnic areas
  • New tree plantings

April 2021

Online Survey

Input on the concept design for the new park was collected in an online survey from March 2 to April 2, 2021.

Download the survey results.

July 2020

The City provided an analysis of the neighbourhood surrounding the development site to understand the existing amenities near the new park location. Based on this information, it was determined that the following features would be included in the new park:

  • Children’s water play with sculptural elements
  • Inviting and resilient sculptural wood seating
  • Display planting mounds for visual enjoyment and wind mitigation
  • A decorative lighting program
  • A pedestrian path system through the park to improve overall access
  • Widening the sidewalk/bike route along Broadway Avenue

Design Presentation

Check out a recording of the Virtual Design Presentation

Review and learn more details about the concept plans with the design team at Nak Design Strategies with a virtual design presentation.

Drawings

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An image of the proposed concept plan for the new park at 100 Broadway Avenue which shows the new surrounding townhouses and apartment buildings in white. A red line shows the outline of the park within the new development site. The long side of this rectangular park will run parallel to a concrete sidewalk and bicycle path along Broadway Avenue. An image of the proposed concept plan for the new park at 100 Broadway Avenue which gives a closer look at the park features and their location within the park. The new features include trees for added shade, sculptural seatwalls along planted mounds, tree grates, children's water play features, decorative paving, pebble seating, bike racks, and privacy planting and screens for townhomes. An image that provides some examples of the sculptural wood benches and seatwalls proposed for the new park. These benches and seatwalls are intended to be integrated into the design throughout the park. An image that provides some examples of the planting mounds and plant features proposed for the new park. The options are of green grass mounds, tall grass and flower plantings near the seatwalls in the park. An image that provides some examples of the trees, shrubs and native plants proposed for the new park. An image that provides some examples of the material treatments for tree grates and sculptural seating stones. An image that provides some examples of the water play elements proposed for the new park. This includes an image of an in-ground fountain. An image that provides some examples of the lighting options proposed for the new park. This includes pole lighting options and bollard lighting options that would be integrated throughout the park. An image that provides some examples of the decorative paving proposed throughout the new park. The images of the paving show square and triangle tile designs.