Project Type: DBF - Design Build Finance
Price of Contract: $514 Million
Estimated Value for Money : $104.4 Million
About the Project:
- Infrastructure Ontario and Waterfront Toronto are working with TO2015 to develop the section of West Don Lands that will be home to the Athletes’ Village during the Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games.
September 02, 2011
Dundee Kilmer Developments
January 25, 2011
October 26, 2010
- Design and construction of the Athletes' Village, which will provide accommodations for athletes and officials during the Toronto 2015 Games.
- Construction of new roads and services, such as hydro, sewer and water infrastructure.
- Conversion of the Athletes' Village into its post-Games legacy state: a modern and sustainable neighbourhood that includes market and affordable housing on Toronto's waterfront.
Community and Green Benefits
- The Athletes’ Village will provide accommodations for athletes and officials during the Toronto 2015 Games.
- After the Games, the Village area will become a mixed-use, inclusive and pedestrian-friendly riverside community that will include affordable housing.
- The Athletes’ Village project significantly increases the pace of the West Don Lands revitalization and will leave Toronto with a lasting legacy of the 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games.
- Planning, construction and operation of the Games facilities will:
- Attract investors, create business opportunities for local companies and provide a boost to the local and regional economies
- Create and sustain approximately 5,200 jobs across the GTA
- Create employment opportunities for trades such as carpenters, concrete finishers, crane operators, welders, electricians, stone masons and bricklayers
- Attract 250,000 tourists
- Bring up to 10,000 athletes and team officials together
- Provide new and updated sports complexes for communities across Ontario
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Events and Meetings
- Throughout the project, Infrastructure Ontario will meet with various stakeholders and community groups to share information. Click here to see the latest presentation about the project.