Category Archives: 180 Sudbury St

180 Sudbury Street Drawings

Here is the official drawings as provided by Sarah Phipps, Senior Planner – City Planning Department of the 180 Sudbury Street Drawings which clearly outline the space intended for Artist workshops and Indoor Amenity Space.

The pencil notations show what the space is currently being used for.

Amenity Space (based on the section 37 agreement) was intended to include the following:

  • Community Space (Ground Floor)
  • Laundry Room and Laundry Lounge (Ground Floor)
  • Lobby (Ground Floor)
  • Multi-purpose room (Ground Floor)
  • Entrance/Lobby (Ground Floor)

Artist Workshop Space:

  • Lower Art Room (Ground Floor – At Grade)
  • Upper Art Room (Upper Mezzanine – Accessible only by stairs)

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You can view/download the PDF of these drawings here: 180 Sudbury Drawings


Document: Affordable Housing in West End Toronto

Another Document from the city of Toronto website provides a little more insight to how St. Clare’s funding the 180 Sudbury St Affordable Housing Project.


10. St.Clare’s Multifaith Housing:
180 Sudbury Street
St. Clare’s Multifaith Housing is working in partnership
with Verdiroc, a private developer, to build 190 affordable
homes in the West Queen West Triangle on former
industrial lands. St. Clare’s responded to the scarcity of
affordable family housing in the city: almost half of the
homes in the building are two, three or four bedroom.
St. Clare’s has created a number of special studio units
for artists, some of whom lived in the area before
redevelopment occurred. This will be a mixed-income
community, with most units renting for 80% of average
market rent, while 25% will be geared-to-income.
St. Clare’s received capital funding from the City of
Toronto and the Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing
Program. CMHC provided Seed Funding to get the
project started.

Full Document is available here