Waterfront Toronto Announces Details of the Athletes' Village For the 2015 Pan Am Games
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Waterfront Toronto Announces Details of the Athletes’ Village For the 2015 Pan Am Games

The ambitious development project will transform the West Don Lands.

This morning, Waterfront Toronto announced the long-awaited details of the 2015 Pan Am Games athletes’ village. The project, when complete, will transform a formerly fallow section of Toronto’s waterfront west of the Don Valley Expressway, known as the West Don Lands.

A press release about the project, posted online this afternoon, pegs the gross cost to the province at $514 million. The contractor is Dundee Kilmer Developments. After the games are complete, the facilities will become a mixed-use neighbourhood, with an 82,000 square foot YMCA and a dormitory for George Brown students.

Torontoist will have more detailed coverage of the announcement soon. In the meantime, check out the renderings, above. A promotional video is embedded after the jump.

Images and video courtesy of Waterfront Toronto.