Ryerson University’s remarkable growth has been guided by our flexible, visionary Campus Master Plan, established in 2008. The plan outlines a framework for undertaking the revitalization of our campus and acting as a catalyst for change and renewal within our unique downtown community. Ryerson and the city have grown and it’s time to update the Campus Master Plan.
Over the past year, Ryerson students, faculty, staff and neighbouring partners have been invited to weigh in on our campus’ plans for growth through presentations, interviews, walkshops, workshops, pop-ups, surveys and an open house. If you haven’t had a chance to weigh in yet, we’re asking you to take this last opportunity to tell us what you think before the renewed plan is released.
With the Campus Master Plan update almost complete, it's now the last chance to provide your input before the final document is published.
The Concept Plan demonstrates the evolution of the Ryerson campus over the coming decades which will be considered and developed over time. It envisions a connected, vibrant and active place of health, sustainability, wellbeing, inclusivity and pedagogy. All of this comes together with the goal of supporting a world class educational experience in the heart of downtown Toronto.
Some of the proposed design features include:
The plan includes recommendations for the next decade and beyond, including:
Finally, the proposed plan identifies “opportunity sites” to increase the capacity of the campus by an additional two million new square feet through redevelopment, renovation and additions to existing university buildings.
If you’re interested in learning more about the Campus Master Plan development process, please contact Molly Anthony, director, real estate at email@example.com or 416-979-5000, ext. 552357.