Limberlost Place: News, Images & Videos

Construction is underway on Limberlost Place, and the building is set to welcome students in January 2025. 

We’re working with partners Moriyama Teshima Architects, Acton Ostry Architects, PCL Construction and others to construct this innovative and sustainable building.

News and Announcements

As Ontario aims to build hundreds of thousands of new homes in the coming decade, George Brown College (GBC) gave the provincial Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister Paul Calandra a first-hand look…
George Brown College (GBC) and Waterfront Toronto hosted Toronto Mayor Olivia Chow for a boat tour of the fast-growing East Bayfront community. The event stressed the importance of building…
We celebrated a construction milestone at our mass-timber building, Limberlost Place, as the project moves into an exciting new phase. George Brown College (GBC) community members, donors, partners…

construction images

Photography: Salina Kassam Photography 

Work progressing, January 2023

Limberlost Place stairs
Looking out to the city from Limberlost Place
Limberlost Place, exterior, January 2023

Project reaches three storeys, December 2022

Limberlost Place at three storeys
Limberlost Place at three storeys, night shot

Slab bands installation, October 2022

Slab bands installation at Limberlost Place, October 2022
Slab bands installation at Limberlost Place, October 2022
Limberlost Place slab bands installation, October 2022

Videos

Learn about Toronto's East Bayfront and why George Brown College is helping to make it a great community to live, work, play and learn.

Learn more about George Brown College's Waterfront Campus expansion project.

A Year in Review: Limberlost Place Construction Milestones, 2021-2022.

Take a sneak peek inside Limberlost Place.

Architectural renderings

Exterior and interior architectural renderings from the Limberlost Place design team of Moriyama and Teshima Architects and Acton Ostry Architects.

Exterior renderings

The Limberlost Place from Queens Quay

View looking south-west on Queens Quay East