Cadillac Fairview East Harbour


Building Transit
Faster, Better & Cost Effective

East Harbour is a critical link in the City of Toronto’s transit growth. As an interchange point between SmartTrack and the future Ontario Line subway, East Harbour Transit Hub will be one of the busiest hubs in the city. The hub will serve to meet the growing public transit demands of the city, while integrating seamlessly into its neighbourhood.

Connected to the largest
transport hub in the GTA

Connect to the Lakeshore and Markham/Stouffville GO Train lines, and future Ontario Line subway

SmartTrack services and TTC light rail transit

Capacity to serve an estimated 32,000 GO patrons per hour

A walkable, bikeable network of paths, bridges and connectivity to public transit.


Meaningful Growth
A New Hub for Jobs

East Harbour will be home to more than 50,000 workers in the years to come. Critically, the Transit Hub will serve not only East Harbour but the wider Port Lands and beyond. Delivering transit and creating a whole community is key to laying the foundation for Toronto’s next great employment engine.

East Harbour Highlights

38-acre site three kilometers from the city’s downtown core

10 million square feet of commercial development, including office, hotel, retail, institutional, entertainment and cultural space

A development program to span 10+ years

Provide sustainable and healthy buildings that provide key benefits to occupants.

Est. 30,000 square feet of space for a non-profit community use

Close to nine acres of green space

Vibrant new employment and entertainment destination for Torontonians

A network of streets, plazas, sidewalks and open spaces


Working in Partnership
with Government

Both Province and City

CF is committed to working collaboratively with both the Province and the City to bring East Harbour and the Transit Hub to life. This partnership will drive better outcomes both transit related and for the wider community.

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Cadillac Fairview
A Trusted and Experienced Partner

For over 50 years, Cadillac Fairview has helped build Toronto. Since the opening of TD Centre in downtown Toronto in 1967, the Eaton Centre a decade later, and a multitude of office, retail and residential buildings since then, CF continues a long tradition of positive transformation of our skyline and our communities.

Today, we employ over 800 people in Toronto and are actively developing over $1.5 billion dollars in projects, including 160 Front Street, 16 York Street and 33 Dundas Street.

View April 2021 Press Release (PDF)
View September 2019 Press Release
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