Toronto

Regent Park Community Centre

Client

The City of Toronto

Budget

$17 Million

Size

58,900 sf.

Completed

December 2015

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

Multi-Use Recreation Facilities

Architect

CS&P Architects Inc.

The Regent Park Community Centre is part of the ambitious Regent Park revitalization project, and provides enhanced community amenities to the area. Designed to meet LEED® Gold standards, the facility was built to accommodate employment services and to be used for recreational and multi-use community facilities, with a community green roof for urban agriculture. The building is linked to the retrofitted Nelson Mandela Park Public School to create a vibrant and highly integrated community hub.

“Aquicon had an excellent project management system and skilled workmanship. The result exceeded our expectations, and led to the successful completion of this important community project.”

Susan Lewin, Principal, CS&P Architects Inc.

The community centre’s circulation is organized around a shared internal courtyard to form a ‘necklace’ of linked amenities. The design is intended to facilitate social connectivity, the provision of community services, and programming and resource efficiencies for the organization.

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