Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Plan revitalization projects – October 2022
Approved by City Council in 2017, the Bathurst Quay Neighbourhood Plan (BQNP) directed City staff to develop and implement a multi-phase, multi-partner approach to revitalizing derelict City-owned waterfront property in the Bathurst Quay neighbourhood.
Canada Malting Silo Property Revitalization – active projects underway:
Environmental remediation and approvals
Dockwall and water’s edge promenade
Airport infrastructure reduction
Historic silo rehabilitation
New arts and cultural centre
New waterfront park and plaza
Canada Malting Silo rehabilitation
Construction started November 2021.
South silo to be complete January 2023.
North silo to be complete Fall 2023.
Extensive concrete damage posed public safety risk and barrier to site revitalization.
Hundreds of individual patch repairs finished off with a carefully colour-matched tint.
Roof repairs to help support future interior re-use plans.
Lighting test in the new pedestrian ‘portal’.
The Corleck Centre for Arts & Culture
Construction began in November 2021.
Project lead: Canada Ireland Foundation, architecture: Kearns Mancini Architects
Full structural build completed
300 person capacity future event space
A new community meeting place framed by public art.
Mural installation in progress.
Construction on ‘parkette’ to start Spring 2023.
New waterfront park and multi-purpose plaza
Construction drawings and specifications underway now.
Construction to start Spring 2023.
The silos as an iconic, illuminated waterfront beacon
Lights to be installed within the waterfront park and plaza scope.
The next chapter: Expanding east
Conceptual rendering: a signature waterfront gateway park
Consultation beginning in late 2022 / early 2023.