A new 2,756m2 park is coming to 4000 Eglinton Ave. W. as part of a mixed-use development project near Eglinton Avenue West and Royal York Road, in the Humber Heights-Westmount neighbourhood. The park design will be developed with the help of community and stakeholder feedback in order to meet the needs of the growing community.

  • April 2022: Hire a design team
  • Summer to Winter 2022: Community engagement
  • 2023 to 2024: Design development and detailed design
  • Summer 2024: Hire a construction team
  • Fall 2024: Construction starts
  • Spring 2025: Construction complete

The timeline is subject to change.

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The following design options were presented to the community for feedback in fall 2022. Based on the feedback collected, Design Option B was preferred and will inform the development of a preferred design.

Design Option A

This design option includes a linear and angled design and focuses on primary amenities located along the main walkway in the park.

Design Option A for the new park, which includes Pedestrian connections at the south-west, south-east, and north-east corners of the park. A playground adjacent to a plaza with a shade canopy. South of the playground, a games area with game tables and ping pong tables. A basketball court, located west of the plaza and new plants and native plant species.

  1. Plaza entrance
  2. Shade pavilion and picnic tables
  3. Game area
  4. Basketball court
  5. Playground
  6. Flexible play area
  7. Main pathway
  8. Walkway
  9. Kwanzan cherry trees
  10. Perennial planting
  11. Majestic tree and native grasses
  12. Park sign
  13. Linear benches
  14. Terrace seating

Water bottle filler shown with a blue circle, water chamber shown with a red circle, and power source shown with a yellow circle.

Design Option B

This design option includes a curved and organic design and focuses on primary amenities located along the main walkway in the park.

Design Option B for the new park, which includes Pedestrian connections at the south-west, south-east, and north-east corners of the park. A playground and fitness station is located on the east side of the proposed design. A centrally located Plaza with shade canopy, with game tables and ping pong tables. The design includes seating areas along the walkways, new plants and native plant species, and a walking loop located in the west side of the park.

  1. Plaza entrance
  2. Shade pavilion and game area
  3. Fitness court
  4. Playground
  5. Picnic area
  6. Flexible play area
  7. Leisure chairs and Kwanzan cherry tree
  8. Aspens and fescue grasses
  9. Birch groves and perennial planting
  10. Main pathway (coloured concrete)
  11. Walkway
  12. Ribbon walk
  13. Park sign
  14. Benches
  15. Playground fence

Water bottle filler shown with a blue circle, water chamber shown with a red circle, and power source shown with a yellow circle.

October 2022

Online Survey

From October 13 to October 31, 2022, the project team conducted a survey to collect community feedback on two design options for the new park. The survey received 441 responses. Design Option B was the preferred design and will inform the development of a preferred design.

Download the summary report.

Virtual Public Meeting 1

On October 13, 2022, the project team shared design options for the new park. Participants shared their preferences for the new park layout and features. The feedback will help inform the development of a preferred design.

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A map showing the location of the new park at 4000 Eglinton West, circled in red. The new park will be located on Eglinton Avenue West, near Royal York Road and across from Buttonwood Park.