The City is actively working to create more affordable housing. This work is guided by the HousingTO 2020-2030 Action Plan which will help create a range of housing opportunities. To help achieve this, the City aims to approve 40,000 new affordable rental homes, including 18,000 deeply affordable homes with supports, as well as 4,000 affordable ownership homes by 2030.
There are approximately 7,800 people experiencing homelessness in Toronto. New affordable and supportive housing is urgently needed to ensure everyone has a warm, safe place to call home. In December 2020, City Council approved a staff report which outlines a plan for the City to deliver a minimum of 1,248 supportive homes in 2021, subject to availability of operating funding for support services. These housing projects aim to provide a rapid, dignified response to connect people experiencing homelessness with affordable homes and support services. To provide this rapid response, the City uses either innovative modular construction on City-owned land or acquires existing buildings (such as hotels or motels) that need renovations.
Find more information about the recently announced supportive housing projects that are being led by the City of Toronto.
As of July 2021, there are 105 active affordable rental and supportive housing project in the development pipeline representing approximately 10, 400 homes:
When completed, these affordable and supportive homes will house approximately 25,000 people.
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