3803 Dundas Street West

An inclusive creative hub on the edge of an extraordinary ravine.

We have challenged ourselves to maximize impact by setting a bold new precedent for a community-focused hub. We’ve prioritized inclusion through the introduction of 297 purpose-built rental apartments including 20% affordable and co-living through 12 four-bedroom units designed for roommates to share. We are targeting a thoughtful mix of ground floor commercial tenants – including creative spaces, micro-retail and restaurants – to attract and service those living within the building, across the local neighbourhood and beyond. The design was directly inspired by the project’s location on the edge of the Humber River Valley Ravine, and is characterized by unique landscaping, balconies that blur the lines between indoor and outdoor space, and generous public realm improvements.

Location: Lambton Baby Point neighbourhood, Toronto, Canada
Status: Site Plan Application
Estimated Completion: 2024
Architect: SvN Architects and Planners
Landscape Architect: Schollen & Company

Key Stats:

  • 235,800 square feet over 13-storeys
  • Approximately 92% residential and 8% commercial space
  • 297 purpose-built rental homes, 63 (or 20%) of which are affordable, 45 (or 15%) of which are designed as accessible