The most important experiment in community-building in Toronto’s history is coming soon.

The site of Mirvish Village was previously home to the Honest Ed’s Department Store for over 50 years. Honest Ed’s was important because it was a place where the community came together. Most importantly, because it was home to thousands of stories from the many immigrants who have come to Toronto that helped it become the multicultural global city it is today. Everything about the project is seen through this lens.

~900 Pet-Friendy Purpose-Built Rental Homes

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366 Affordable Rental Homes

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Diverse Retail

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Creative Workspace

97 Walk Score 100 Transit Score 100 Bike Score

30,000,000 Visitors per year

Farmers Market

Holiday Market

Summer Market

Mirvish Village Cycle Club

Westbank Pet Club

Highly Sustainable LEED Platinum Development

Neighbourhood Energy System and Microgrid by Creative Energy

The Kitchen Chefs Collective

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The Kitchen Music Venue

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+10 Weekly Live Music Performances

New Public Park

Public Art by Frank Stella

Installation by Ian Wallace

24 Heritage Buildings Conserved

Daycare

House Concepts Gym

LCBO

Honest Ed’s Alley

Markham Street

Restaurants

Outdoor Event Space

1 Block away + 8,000 University Students On-site

Full Service Grocery Store

Blackhurst Cultural Centre

Streetcar Line

Subway Line

Valet Service

Live Music Venue

1 Community

60,000 University of Toronto Students 1 Block Away

Motoretta

Ask for Luigi

Residential Rooftop Pool

Creative Kitchen

Westbank Imagined

Studio House Anne Mirvish’s former Studio

Victory House Former Home of the Victory Café

Gallery House Former Home of David Mirvish Books

The Annex

Seaton Village

Palmerston-Little Italy

Harbord Village

Corner of Bloor St & Bathurst St

Toronto One of the World’s Most Multicultural Cities

Night Club Venue

Bone & Biscuit

Collaboration with the World’s Leading Live Entertainment Company

Private Creative Member’s Club

Collaboration with Renowned Restaurateurs

The Kitchen Live Stream Series

Incubator Spaces

Pop-Up Experiences

Westbank

Peterson