TORONTO, Nov. 21, 2017 /CNW/ - Toronto Mayor John Tory, Ward 33 Councillor Shelley Carroll, Toronto Community Housing President and CEO Kathy Milsom, FRAM Building Group Vice President Fred Serrafero and tenants Alana DeFlorimonte and Marian Barnor will join other tenants and staff to celebrate National Housing Day with the official opening of Phase 1 of the Allenbury Gardens revitalization site.
When the revitalization is completed, Toronto Community Housing and FRAM will have replaced a total of 127 Toronto Community Housing rent-geared-to-income homes and added 900 market condominium suites as part of the new community. The Allenbury Gardens site is seven acres (2.83 hectares) and is located just north of Fairview Mall between Fairview Mall Drive, Godstone Road, Kingslake Road and Allenbury Gardens.
Date: Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Location: 150 Fairview Mall Dr., in the Soul Condo amenity room
Time: 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Ceremony to begin at 10:30 a.m.
- John Tory, Mayor, City of Toronto
- Councillor Shelley Carroll (Ward 33)
- Kathy Milsom, President and CEO, Toronto Community Housing
- Fred Serrafero, Vice President, FRAM Building Group
- Alana DeFlorimonte and Marian Barnor, TCHC tenants
Parking is available on Kingslake Road, Allenbury Gardens or at Fairview Mall.
About Toronto Community Housing
Toronto Community Housing (torontohousing.ca) is Canada's largest provider of social housing, with nearly 60,000 low and moderate income households. Toronto Community Housing is working with private development partners to replace or refurbish more than 5,000 homes in some of the oldest public housing developments across Toronto through its $5-billion revitalization program.
About FRAM Building Group
FRAM is a company known for building strong, award winning communities. We build and design premier residential and mixed-use communities across Canada and the United States. Along with its group of highly motivated management and construction professionals, FRAM has successfully built over 11,000 residences from custom homes to exceptional single family, multi-family, condominium and rental homes, in addition to mixed-used developments and commercial properties. For its leadership in master-planning, architecture and interior design, FRAM has received numerous awards as it consistently earns the respect of its peers and professionals in the industry.
SOURCE Toronto Community Housing Corporation
For further information: Toronto Community Housing Media Contact: Anne Rappé, Manager, Media and Public Relations, T: 416-981-4252, C: 416-737-1352, [email protected]