Construction to start at 150 Dunn Ave Supportive Housing Project

 The City has received all necessary approvals to begin construction on the new supportive homes at 150 Dunn Avenue. Starting in mid-February, initial site work will begin including installing temporary fencing, tree protection, and the delivery of construction equipment. Construction is expected to take approximately five months.

Contractors and their trades have been asked to be mindful of the adjacent neighbourhood during the construction period and will work within current construction bylaws, working Monday to Friday 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Saturdays 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and no construction on Sundays or statutory holidays. Future updates on the construction schedule for this site will be available on the website at:

If you need to speak with someone regarding construction at 150 Dunn Avenue, please contact Dennis Chow at 416-392-6066 or during regular business hours (Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.).

For any after-hours inquiries, please contact 311.

The City’s Community Liaison is also available to respond to other questions regarding the project and can be reached at or 437-684-5857.

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Learn more about why supportive housing is so important from the people who live and work there by watching a new video on the City’s website:

The City of Toronto is building supportive housing at 150 Dunn Avenue using modular construction. The new four‑storey building will provide homes for approximately 51 people with on-site services that support health and well-being. The new homes will be furnished studio apartments with a bathroom and kitchen. Future residents will include seniors, women, Indigenous residents, racialized people, people with disabilities and other people who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness. The building will include amenities such as shared laundry, a commercial kitchen, a dining area, a communal area and programming space.

An experienced non-profit housing operator will be selected by the City to manage the building and provide support services to the residents.

This project is delivered in partnership with all levels of government, the University Health Network (UHN) Gattuso Centre for Social Medicine and the United Way of Greater Toronto (UWGT).