Every year, the City of Toronto issues Requests for Proposals (RFPs) to support its goal of achieving or exceeding the provincial housing target of 285,000 new Toronto homes and the City’s target of approving 65,000 new rent-controlled homes across the city by 2030 including 6,500 rent-geared-to-income (RGI) homes and 18,000 supportive homes with a focus on helping people exit homelessness. Current open calls for affordable housing initiatives will be shared below as they are available.

The City is seeking qualified non-profit housing or co-operative housing and support providers with proven expertise to lease and operate sites at 11 Brock Ave. and 35 Bellevue Ave. for the purpose of affordable housing with supports.

An information session will be held on February 21, 2024 from 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. Interested providers can join the information session using this link.

Proposals must be submitted by March 20, 2024.

All schedules and appendices are included in the body of the documents, with the exception of those hyperlinked below.

RFP Documents

1. Operator RFP

a.   Appendix 6 to the RFP Operating Budget Template

b.   Appendix 7 to the RFP: Support Services Budget Template 

c.   Appendix 8 to the RFP: Mandatory Submission Form

d.   Appendix 11 to the RFP: Staff to Client Ratios

2. Offer to Lease

a.   Schedule A to the Offer to Lease: Lease Template

b.   Schedule B to the Offer to Lease: Contribution Agreement

The City is seeking a qualified non-profit or co-operative housing provider with proven expertise to lease and operate sites at 65 Dundas St. E. for the purpose of affordable housing with supports.

An information session will be held February 23, 2024 from 11:30am – 1:00pm. Interested providers can join the information session using this link.

Proposals must be submitted by March 19, 2024.

All schedules and appendices are included in the body of the documents, with the exception of those hyperlinked below.

RFP Documents

1. Operator RFP

a.   Appendix 1 to the RFP: Site Specific Information, Architectural Plans

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b.   Appendix 6 to the RFP: Operating Budget Template

c.   Appendix 7 to the RFP: Mandatory Submission Form

2. Offer to Lease

a.   Schedule A to the Offer to Lease: Lease Template

b.   Schedule B to the Offer to Lease: Contribution Agreement

         c.    Schedule C to the Offer to Lease: License Agreement

3. Assignment and Assumption Agreement

4. Support Services Agreement with Dixon Hall

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