A new park is coming to the Newtonbrook community! The park will be located on a new street named Olympic Garden Drive, located east of Yonge Street and south of Cummer Avenue. The City is engaging the community to help determine the park design.

Project Timeline

  • Fall 2021: Concept design and community engagement
  • Winter/Spring 2022: Construction drawing preparation
  • 2023: Construction starts
  • Fall 2024: Construction complete, park opens

The timeline is subject to change.

As part of the Newtonbrook Plaza Redevelopment at 5799-5915 Yonge St., there will be a new 6000m2 public park. The park will be located east of Yonge Street and south of Cummer Avenue, across from the new Newtonbrook Community Recreation Centre. The City is working with the developer to design and construct the park.

The new park is proposed to include:

  • A large play area with swings
  • A multi-use plaza with:
    • Splash pad
    • Bistro tables and chairs
    • Shade structure
  • An outdoor fitness area
  • An open lawn area
  • Seating and picnic areas
  • Games tables and table tennis
  • Tree planting and planting beds
  • A pedestrian pathway that connects the park to Yonge Street and Deering Crescent via Olympic Garden Drive

While we aim to provide fully accessible content, there is no text alternative available for some of the content on this site. If you require alternate formats or need assistance understanding our maps, drawings, or any other content, please contact Jessica Chan at 416-392-2687 or Jessica.Chan@toronto.ca.

An aerial location map showing the location for the new the new park, shown in green. The new park will be located east of Yonge Street and south of Cummer Avenue on a new street named Olympic Garden Drive. The development site is outlined in red and includes a community centre, shown in red.

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