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Etobicoke Civic Centre

LAST UPDATE: March 18 2020

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Photo, Vik Pahwa, February 2020

Photo, Vik Pahwa, February 2020

AT RISK INFORMATION
At risk status:
This building is at risk

Info:

A new complex is being planned on a nearby site on the West Mall, with architects Henning Larsen and Adamson Associates. This current Etobicoke Civic Centre site will be redundant, as will the adjacent Toronto District School Board property once all civic operations are consolidated at the new complex. Reading between the lines of a recent report adopted by CreateTO suggests they are  working towards consolidating lands for redevelopment. \"exchange the use of unplanned office space in the new Etobicoke Civic Centre to the Toronto District School Board in return for the Toronto District School Board lands adjacent to the existing Etobicoke Civic Centre;\" and \"maximize density opportunities within the appropriate City Planning context on City-owned property at Bloor/Islington, Westwood Theatre Lands, and current Etobicoke Civic Centre.\"  

BUILDING INFORMATION
Name & Location
Etobicoke Civic Centre
2 Civic Centre Ct
Etobicoke West Mall, Etobicoke

Owner:
City of Toronto

First Owner:
City of Etobicoke

Occupant:
City of Toronto

OTHER IDENTIFICATION
Notes:

Built in 1958, the moderate low rise stone campus is an example of a unique emerging Toronto modernism, tied to traditional civic materials but using modern design. The complex was designed by local architectural firm Shore and Moffat.

It was home to Etobicoke City Council until amalgamation in 2000, when it became part of the offices used by the City of Toronto, and is home to the Etobicoke York Community Council

Year Completed:
1958

Map:
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Companies:
The following companies are associated with this building

BUILDING DATA
Type:
City Hall/Municipal Complex

Sources:

Sources

  1. Wikipedia Entry
    Notes - The Etobicoke Civic Centre in the Eatonville neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, once housed the municipal government of the former City of Etobicoke.
    The building was built in 1958 by the firm Shore and Moffat[1] to replace the single storey bric
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