Hines is excited to announce that construction of our two new office buildings, below-grade parking, new POPS (Privately Owned Public Space), and Private Road has now officially begun as of May 11th. This construction is expected to take two years to complete and do not include the Sterling Subdivision Improvements (Perth Ave realignment, new public park, widening of Sterling Road), which are expected to formally start construction in the next month or so.
The first stage of construction is mobilization, hoarding/fencing to secure the site, and the installation of site trailers in preparation to start excavation. There will not be a significant number of workers onsite during this first stage of construction, and parking will be accommodated within the site’s boundaries. Trades have been told that under no circumstances may they park on the street within the community – if anyone is not abiding by these rules please contact us directly (firstname.lastname@example.org) so we can resolve.
Completing this milestone puts us one step closer to turning this underutilized land into beautiful timber buildings that will complement the neighbourhood aesthetic and positively add to the fabric of this community. We look forward to sharing this journey with you.
Community Update Meeting: Recording and Q&A
April 20, 2021
On behalf of Hines and Marlin Spring, we’d like to thank everyone in the community, city staff, and Councilor Bailao for attending our community update meeting on April 15th to discuss the public realm improvements on Perth Avenue and Sterling Road.
As promised, please see links below to the recording of the meeting and a PDF that summarizes the questions asked and our responses. We look forward to keeping the community updated throughout construction and encourage you to reach out if you have any further questions.
A reminder that Hines and Marlin Spring are hosting a virtual community meeting at 5:00pm on Thursday, April 15th to provide an overview of the upcoming Public Works Construction – the new West Toronto Rail Path connection, the realignment of Perth Avenue, the creation of the new park and the widening of Sterling Avenue.
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Community Update: Sterling/Perth Realignment
April 8, 2021
Hines and Marlin Spring are hosting a virtual community meeting at 5:00pm on Thursday, April 15th to provide an overview of the upcoming Public Works Construction – the new West Toronto Rail Path connection, the realignment of Perth Avenue, the creation of the new park and the widening of Sterling Avenue.
For those who cannot attend this date/time, a recording of the session, materials presented and Q&A will be posted on this page. To be kept informed about updates about this work please visit www.t3sterling.com and sign up at the bottom of the page to our community updates by providing your email address.
Please SHARE this information with your neighbours, friends and colleagues – it is open to anyone who is interested!
Temporary Relocation of the WTRP Access on 150 Sterling Road
January 11, 2021
Sterling Road Community Members,
The West Toronto Rail Path (WTRP) access located at 150 Sterling (between 128 Sterling and the Auto Building) will be temporarily relocated North to facilitate work onsite by Rio Tinto.
Marlin Spring and Hines have been instrumental in working to provide a new temporary access path to and from the West Toronto Rail Path to Sterling/Perth for West Toronto Rail Path users.
Signage has been installed to inform WTRP users of the temporary access path which will remain open until works on the permanent path begin in Spring 2021.
Signage also informs users/community of the closing of the interim WTRP access at 150 Sterling. This closure is necessary to ensure public and worker safety while Rio Tinto carries out work related to the Permeable Reactive Barrier (PRB) along the southern property line of the Hines development on Sterling Road.
Rio Tinto contractors will be on site for roughly 8 weeks starting January 11, 2021. All Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks (MOECP), City of Toronto and Toronto Public Health regulations and COVID guidelines will be adhered to while on site.
Community Updates for T3 Sterling Road
January 10, 2021
Sterling Road Community Members,
On behalf of Hines and the T3 Sterling team, we’d like to welcome you to our community engagement page. The purpose of this page is to provide updates regarding the construction activities at 150 Sterling Road (by Hines, two heavy timber office buildings), and the Public Infrastructure work (by Hines and Marlin Spring).
If you’re interested in staying up-to-speed on these two projects, please sign up at the bottom of this page to receive email notifications. If you have any specific inquiries, please email us at email@example.com