Cloverdale Mall Redevelopment




Etobicoke, Ontario

Design Team

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

Targeting TGS Tier 2

Photography Credit: renderings by QuadReal and GPAIA 

The transformation of Cloverdale Mall is an opportunity to deliver an innovative, dynamic and sustainable mixed-use community with a strong sense of place as the new centre for neighbourhood retail, residential, arts and culture in Etobicoke. Since its opening over 60 years ago in 1956, Cloverdale Mall has been an important gathering place for the Etobicoke community.

The redevelopment represents a unique city-building opportunity to enhance the quality of life and liveability in Etobicoke. The project focuses on both the hard infrastructure, the physical or built environment, and the soft infrastructure, the services and institutions essential to quality of life. Arts and culture, fitness and wellness, and community programming are key elements which bind strong cross-generational and cross-cultural communities. Walkable, pedestrian-friendly streets and cycling infrastructure will add to the complete, mixed-use community. A re-envisioned retail offering, located within a vibrant mixed-use project, will ensure the long-term sustainability of Cloverdale.

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