Shaping the future
The area between Dufferin to Keele, and Steeles to Sheppard is undergoing a seismic shift. The old industrial heartland of Toronto is slowly emerging as the hyper-connected new economic hub of the City.
Here are a few studies and presentations conducted by the City of Toronto, and other organizations, about the changes coming to the DUKE Heights community.
- City of Toronto – Keele Employment Area Study
- IBI Group Economic Development Study & Executive Summary (IBI Group)
- Unleashing Development Potential in DUKE Heights BIA (South Bond Partnership with Ryerson University)
- DUKE Furniture Strategy
- Jennifer Keesmaat – Chief Planner & Executive Director, City of Toronto – Why Complete Streets? Presentation
- Keele Finch Public Realm Study – The DUKE Heights BIA commissioned a study from The Planning Partnership to set a higher standard in the public realm for the Keele/Finch intersection.
- Tree Planting and Missing Sidewalks Report (DUKE Heights BIA)
- A Pedestrian and Cycling Study for the DUKE Heights BIA
- Parkland Deficiency Report and Solutions
- Furniture Sector Strategy
- Health Services Sector Strategy
- Pharmaceutical Sector Strategy
- Professional Services Sector Strategy
- Food Sector Strategy
- Setting the Stage: Encouraging Transit Supportive Places on the Finch West LRT Corridor
- Metrolinx Study – Finch West LRT Real Estate Market Conditions
- City of Toronto – Finch Avenue West Light Rail Transit Corridor Profile Excerpt
- Pembina Institute transit study for the DUKE Heights BIA
- 36 Bus Stop Relocation Report (DUKE Heights BIA)
- Missing Transportation Links with the DUKE Heights BIA