A new development project is in the works in Toronto to cater to the large Tamil population in the city. According to the organizers, the aim is “To create a cultural landmark for the Tamil Canadian community and serve as a state-of-the-art community hub for the residents of the City of Toronto.”
The planned 50,000 square foot facility, managed by Ideal Developments, is expected to cost $20 million and will consist of an auditorium, general purpose hall, pre-school education and childcare facility, cultural museum and library, multipurpose rooms and other supportive facilities.
A completion date has not yet been announced.
Editor’s note: An earlier version of this article indicated the project was estimated at $20-million, which has been changed to multimillion as organizers of the project indicate the estimates they previously disclosed are still under consideration.