A major new mixed-use development is coming soon to Scarborough. In June, 2017 we brought you news of the proposed redevelopment of Agincourt Mall by North American Development Group. Now, a new master plan by Giannone Petricone Associates and landscape architect Janet Rosenberg + Studio shows what has changed.
There’s something big in the works in Scarborough, and it’s a game changer. We recently had the opportunity to chat with Steve Bishop, Vice President, Development Services at North American Development Group, to get a behind-the-scenes look at where they are in the process with the ambitious Agincourt Mall Redevelopment. .
Opened in 1966, Scarborough’s Agincourt Mall has become a local landmark on the northwest corner of Kennedy Road and Sheppard Avenue. Through the years, the surrounding area has experienced significant growth and is now home to thousands of residents, making the mall a community staple.
The North American Development Group is not a household name on UrbanToronto yet, but with its impeding plans to revolutionize the site of Agincourt Mall, the Markham-based international real estate management firm and developer—with over $4 billion in enterprise value—is about to get a lot better known.
Newinhomes.com recently had the opportunity to meet with Steven K. Bishop, Vice President, Development Services, North American Development Group (NADG), and Cameron MacKinnon of MacKinnon Public Affairs, to learn more about the ambitious plans for the redevelopment of Agincourt Mall in Scarborough.
The North American Development Group has ambitious plans to build a massive project on the site of the current Agincourt Mall in Toronto - providing a unique city-building opportunity, creating a vibrant mixed-use community which builds on the retail history of the site while leveraging connections to existing and future transit, parks, and open spaces.
North American Development Group (NADG) has revealed initial plans for the redevelopment of the Agincourt Mall in Scarborough. The Toronto and Palm Beach-based developer purchased the Agincourt Mall in 2014 for a reported $97 million according to a 2015 report by Avison Young.