Toronto Community Housing is the largest social housing provider in Canada and the second largest in North America. It is home to about 164,000 low and moderate-income tenants in 58,500 households, including seniors, families, singles, refugees, recent immigrants to Canada and people with special needs.
Our tenants come from diverse backgrounds. This diversity includes age, education, language, sexual orientation, mental and physical disability, religion, ethnicity and race as well as increasing diversity in lifestyles and values.
Our portfolio includes more than 2215 buildings including high, mid, and low-rise apartments, and townhouses and houses.
Located just west of Church Street in the east downtown, 60 Richmond is a mix of residential and commercial use. The 11-storey building has 85 units of housing in the upper floors and ... go to project
Toronto Community Housing is going beyond bricks and mortar to build clean, safe homes for our residents while creating vibrant communities where people can thrive.
By working together with the ... go to project
DundeeKilmer Developments has signed a fixed-price contract to design, build and finance the development that will be used as the Athletes’ Village during the Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan American ... go to project
Regent Park: Block 27
10 and 29-storey RAW-designed affordable rental towers with a shared podium at the southwest corner of Dundas and River Streets. Part of Phase 3 of The Daniels Corporation ... go to project
Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) Block 32 Development. 41-storey tower with 9 and 11-storey podiums. Affordable rental housing designed by KPMB Architects, developed by Context, and ... go to project