Stretching down the western side of Spadina Avenue from Wellington to Front, The Well is located within comfortable walking distance to the entertainment district, financial district and waterfront, making it a central hub in one of Toronto’s most vibrant areas.
Those who live, work and play at The Well will be well connected to the city by an array of public transportation options. The Spadina streetcar is available just opposite the property, while Union Station is a short walk away, providing GO, Via and TTC services to connect to places both within the city and beyond.
The Well’s central location makes it easy for urbanites to explore their city, be it with a stroll through Trinity Bellwoods, a Blue Jays game at the Rogers Centre, or a night out at a lively new restaurant on King West. Residents will also be close to the Toronto International Film Festival, Princess of Wales Theatre, Roy Thomson Hall, Ripley’s Aquarium and the CN Tower.
The Well is located at the epicentre of Toronto’s west downtown core and flanked by ample green space including Clarence Square, Victoria Memorial Park and the proposed 21-acre Rail Deck Park. Proximity to these outdoor spaces and the vibrant energy of King Street West means that future occupants of this mixed-use development will want for nothing.
Renowned Landscape Architect Claude Cormier designed a series of parks and open spaces that are rooted in history and local context, infusing the public realm with a sense of community, joy and playfulness.
1/ Public Spaces
Indoor and outdoor spaces populate the entire site plan for The Well, enabling the opportunity to gather, entertain and engage with art, culture and community programming.
2/ Wellington Park Promenade
This park and promenade stretches from Clarence Square to Victoria Memorial Park along the south side of Wellington Street, realizing a vision for the street that dates back to the mid-19th century. The promenade is lined with restaurants, making it a marquee destination and gathering place.
3/ Draper Park
An existing park that connects The Well with Draper Street is revitalized.