48 Grenoble Drive

48 Grenoble

Learn more, ask questions, and provide your feedback on the proposed vision for the future of 48 Grenoble Drive.

About Flemingdon Park
& 48 Grenoble

Built in 1962, 48 Grenoble has been a part of the Flemingdon Park community for 60 years. This area has started to see change once again as new transit projects come to life, supporting new community infrastructure and housing opportunities. 48 Grenoble is an exciting opportunity to set the bar for the evolution of Flemingdon Park, an example of good city building that enhances quality of life for existing and future residents.

The Proposal Proposed Vision

The vision for 48 Grenoble includes 43- and 41-storey towers, connected by a 6-storey podium. A new public park is proposed to the west of the building, along with a new privately-owned public space (POPS) at the intersection of Grenoble Drive and Deauville Lane. Parking will be entirely underground, and the pedestrian realm will be improved with new trees and amenities. The project team is excited about this opportunity to bring new housing to an area well supported by existing and future transit and services.

  • 109 rental replacement units
  • 884 new residential units
  • 676m2 public park
  • 490m2 privately-owned public space
  • 522 vehicle parking spaces
  • 1094 bicycle parking spaces

The Timeline Project Status

A Zoning Bylaw Amendment application, Site Plan Control application and Rental Housing Demolition application were submitted to the City of Toronto on March 21, 2022. These submissions begin the formal review process which will take many months. Here you can learn more about who we have met with, where we are in the process, and other major project milestones.

June 28, 2022

Preliminary Report to NYCC.
View Preliminary Report

March 2022

Formal Review Process Begins

March 21, 2022

Zoning Bylaw Amendment Application, Site Plan Control Application & Rental Housing Demolition Application submission

March 18, 2022

Letter to tenants

February 15, 2022

Meeting with Deputy Mayor Minnan-Wong

January 28, 2022

Pre-application Consultation Meeting with City Staff

Materials Learn More

With the formal application to the City of Toronto for our redevelopment at 48 Grenoble Drive, a number of reports, studies, and plans were submitted. We will continue to update this section with updated materials, City Staff reports, and community presentations.

FAQs Your Questions

We invite you to discover the vision, get all of the information you need, ask questions and provide feedback, all in one place.

Who is Tenblock?

Tenblock is the developer and manager of the development process. Any questions related to the redevelopment of the property should be directed through this website.

What exists on site today?

There is a 9-storey purpose-built rental building with 109 units on site, built in the 1960s. The property also includes underground/surface parking and landscaped areas along the south, west, and east sides of the property.

What does this mean for tenants that currently live at 48 Grenoble?

As of right now, there are no changes for the tenants. We are still very early in the process and do not have any of the required approvals to begin construction. Tenants will remain in their current units, where no changes will occur other than regular and ongoing maintenance work. Tenblock is committed to keeping tenants informed throughout the process and encourages them to reach out should they have any questions or feedback.

What is Tenblock proposing to build here?

The proposed development includes two towers which will replace the existing building at 48 Grenoble. The East Tower is proposed to be 41 storeys and the West Tower would have a height of 43 storeys. A total of 993 residential dwelling units are proposed, including 109 replacement rental units. The proposal also includes a 676 m2 public park along the western edge of the property.

How have you considered the sustainability of redeveloping the property with a new building?

High-density development near transit is one of the most impactful ways to reduce emissions as a society. Tenblock recently hired engineers to produce a carbon analysis for other buildings in its portfolio. The analysis demonstrated new buildings with better energy systems produce in the range of 2.6x less operational carbon than buildings from the era that 48 Grenoble was constructed. Even incorporating the impact of demolishing and rebuilding, the new buildings would be carbon neutral in roughly 10-15 years. We will consider a similar analysis for this building.

What stage in the process are you at?

Applications were submitted for a Zoning By-law Amendment, Site Plan Control, and Rental Housing Demolition to the City of Toronto on March 21, 2022. There will be significant review and consultation by several parties before we can obtain the required approval from the City that would permit any construction to begin. We will update tenants and the community as we move through the various stages of the development process.

If approved, when could construction start?

The development application review process takes time. We are still very early in the process. On March 21, 2022, applications were submitted for a Zoning By-law Amendment, Site Plan Control, and Rental Housing Demolition. These submissions began the formal review process with the City of Toronto. This process typically takes anywhere from 18-24 months before we could receive an approval of the above noted applications. From that point, construction may begin approximately 6-12 months later, taking approximately 2-3 years. These timelines are a best estimate given our current stage in the process.

How can I get involved

This website will be where you can learn about any updates to the proposal, ask questions, and provide feedback. We encourage you to visit and learn about the project here. We will be sure to post any upcoming events for stakeholders to get involved. Have a question that wasn’t answered here? Want to provide your feedback? Give us a call at 416-613-8694 or submit your questions and ideas through the contact us form.

I am a tenant of 48 Grenoble and have a question, who can I contact?

We encourage all existing tenants of 48 Grenoble to reach out to us through the contact page of this website or call us at 416-613-8694. We will be happy to answer any questions you have. City of Toronto staff will also be available throughout the process to answer your questions. If you would like to speak to them directly, we would be happy to provide their contact information.

The Team



Housing Developer

For over 65 years, we have developed and managed real estate in Toronto, with a vision of providing our community with great places to live. We have watched Toronto grow into a world-class city — as such, we are reinvigorated to add new, world-class buildings to further enhance how we live and work.

Diamond Schmitt

Diamond Schmitt


Diamond Schmitt is a global architecture firm designing transformative, purpose-driven, and highly sustainable buildings from its four studios located in Toronto, New York, Vancouver and Calgary. Creating innovative design solutions while drawing inspiration from each site’s surrounding community, architectural, and historical contexts, Diamond Schmitt’s visionary designs can be found in more than 50 cities around the world.

Studio tla


Landscape Architect

STUDIO tla is a Toronto and Dallas-based Master Planning, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture firm. We believe that urban design and landscape architecture are systems-based disciplines that work in concert with architecture and engineering as integrated components of the larger designed environment. Our work focuses on multi-scale landscape infrastructures and the urban interface between architecture and open space. We design meaningful environments for mixed-use and residential projects, parks, streetscapes, and civic spaces. We create landscapes that are unique in their vision and representative of their context, technically excellent, and detailed with innovative methods and materiality.

Goldberg Group

Goldberg Group


Goldberg Group is an established land use planning consultancy offering a wide range of planning services to our clients within the City of Toronto, in the surrounding municipalities, and across Ontario. To our clients, our strength is our experience and expertise in delivering successful outcomes to complex land use planning challenges.

Bousfields Inc.

Bousfields Inc.

Community Engagement

At Bousfields, we believe the planning and community engagement processes are deeply rooted in collaboration and work to inform one another. We have a dedicated team of community engagement experts to support clients in meaningful engagement practices.


Get in Touch Questions? Feedback?

Get in touch with the project team to share your feedback and/or ask questions. A member of the team will get back to you shortly. Thanks in advance for reaching out!

Call us: 416-613-8694