Good find!Not an update to the plan per se, but U of T is looking at its real estate much more strategically:
University of Toronto’s Four Corners Strategy (2018) to be presented at Governing Council business board tomorrow for approval where it will then move to Planning and Budget Committee for information.
Tidbits from 2007 plan (p4 of PDF)
UofT is one of biggest landowners in GTA.
As of 2011, St. George campus is short facility space the equivalent of four Robarts Libraries.
They are recommending creating a real estate advisory board.
Create a 25 year planning horizon for campuses.
Tidbits from 2018 report (p54 of PDF)
Goal to improve edges of campus to better integrate with city.
Plan to buy adjacent real estate to campus when available.
Plan to work more with city and community to meet their planning goals.
Generate more funds from existing assets.
The first half of the pdf is the 2007 report. That one doesn't include 90 Queen's Park purchase either, for example.Good find!
I was amused to see a couple of inaccuracies in spots. One map failed to show UT had acquired the former TDSB warehouse property on McCaul.
Looks like there’s still room for it, though the renders don’t show anything. Would be pretty simple to move it onto queens park if needed.Interesting - the Innovation Centre would go right on top of the provincial firefighters' memorial. I suppose that would be moved, but that would be a big change to the intersection, which is nicely open on the north side.