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Long-Term Care Development Program

Greater Toronto Area
Project Type:
Infrastructure Type:
Ministry of Long-Term Care

About the Project

Infrastructure Ontario (IO), with the Ministry of Long-Term Care has launched the province’s Long-Term Care Development Program in order to address capacity issues in Long-Term Care. The program is offering surplus government lands that have been identified for disposition for the specific purpose of delivering long-term care. Phase 1 of the program contains 3 parcels, for a total of 23 developable acres and the requirement of developing a total of 896 long-term care beds. Phase 2 of the program began in March 2022.  

IO, with the Broker of Record, CBRE, is in the process of leading the marketing of the surplus sites:

  • 2165 Dundas Street West, Oakville
  • Portion of 7231 Martin Grove Road, Vaughan
  • Portion of 100 Bloomington Road, Aurora
  • 600 Eglinton Avenue East, Mississauga
  • 290 Fennell Avenue West, Hamilton
  • 51 Panorama Court, Etobicoke

Latest News

Project Status

  • Open Market Period for Submissions (Phase 1): November 3, 2020
  • Open Market Period Close (Phase 1): January 27, 2021
  • Preferred Purchaser (Martin Grove): October 12, 2021
  • Preferred Purchaser (Oakville): October 13, 2021
  • Preferred Purchaser (Aurora): March 22, 2022
  • Open Market Period for Submissions (Mississauga): March 8, 2022
  • Open Market Period for Submissions (Hamilton): March 22, 2022
  • Open Market Period for Submissions (Etobicoke): April 13, 2022
  • Transaction Close (Oakville): March 29, 2022

IO Services

  • Establish a viable strategy to leverage provincial surplus land to support the development of long-term care beds / facilities
  • Build consensus amongst the market on the viability of the strategy
  • Secure approvals for strategy
  • Preparing the marketing of the identified surplus lands