Cloverdale Mall Redevelopment




Etobicoke, Ontario

Design Team

Janet Rosenberg & Studio (Landscape Architect)
Giannone Petricone Architects (Architect)
Urban Strategies Inc. (Planner)


In progress

Targeting TGS Tier 2

Photography Credit: renderings by QuadReal and GPA 

The redevelopment and transformation of Cloverdale Mall in Etobicoke presents a unique opportunity to deliver an innovative, dynamic, and resilient mixed-use community. The proposed development creates spaces with a strong sense of place and introduces new neighbourhood retail opportunities, residential homes, and places for arts, culture and recreation.

Since opening over 60 years ago in 1956, Cloverdale Mall has been an important gathering place and a hub for the community. The redevelopment of Cloverdale Mall represents a unique city-building opportunity to enhance the quality of life and liveability in this part of the city, all while maintaining and enhancing the role of Cloverdale as a place to gather. With a focus on active transportation, public realm, a well-designed street network and urban living, this project is emblematic of a city that is growing and urbanizing. A re-envisioned retail offering, with improved connections to the community, will ensure the long-term sustainability of Cloverdale.

The future Cloverdale community will benefit from access to two large, new parks, designed for cross-generational and cross-cultural activity. OPA and ZBA applications were submitted for the lands at 250 The East Mall in 2020 and a resubmission was made in 2023, following an extensive master planning, engagement and municipal review process. The project was submitted for Draft Plan of Subdivision at the end of 2023 and is currently undergoing review with the City of Toronto. In recognition of the quality of the built form being pursued at Cloverdale, the project is seeking Fitwel certification.

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