Our teams specialize in creating and building meaningful Spaces & Experiences. We collaborate with in house experts and external stakeholders to enhance the campus community. Here are some of the unique projects that we have worked on:

OVO x U of T collection

The University of Toronto has partnered with OVO to launch a unique capsule collection for students who want to wear their pride in their university and their city.

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Harbord Street Residence

With a beautiful brick exterior and unique window cutouts, the proposed Harbord Residence will contain a mix of single rooms and self-contained studios that will help meet the rapidly growing demand for graduate student housing options. 

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Not Just Greens Bowl

Plant Based Food

Students living on two University of Toronto campuses now have more vegetarian and vegan options to choose from than ever before.

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The Mobile order app at U of T

U of T Mobile Order

Food Services Mobile Order app is the easiest and most convenient way to eat on the St. George campus. Ordering food on the app saves time and help you avoid line-ups because you can also choose the pick-up times that works best for you.

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Parking Flexpass at U of T

The Parking Flexpass

To meet the needs of those who drive regularly to campus, but not often enough to warrant purchasing a parking permit, we’ve introduced the Parking Flexpass—a package of daily parking passes at a reduced price—perfect for occasional parking on campus.

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Schwartz Reisman Innovation Campus

Situated in a premier location in the heart of Toronto’s Discovery District, the Schwartz-Reisman Innovation Campus is turbocharging the next wave of Canadian innovation, advancing how AI, biomedicine, and other technologies can enrich lives.

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Chefs at U of T preparing plant based food

Plant-Based Momentum at U of T

Plant-based eating is gaining momentum across the country as more and more Canadians opt to reduce their meat consumption in favour of vegetarian and vegan fare. Currently, two-thirds of Canadians eat plant-based foods regularly.

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