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Doors Open May 27 - Downsview Park and York University Stations

April 26, 2017

Join us on Saturday, May 27 for Doors Open

Presented by Great Gulf, at the TTC’s close to complete Downsview Park and York University stations

Note:  Downsview Park and York University are not yet accessible stations. 

For the first time ever, we’re inviting the public to take a peek at two of the new stations in the Line 1 extension.

Come by for a tour of the new stations opening in December 2017. Visitors will have access to the station, can take a self-guided tour, discover unique facts about the new stations, how they were built and how they will operate, and talk to project staff and artists Panya Clark Espinal and Jason Bruges Studio.

York University Station

Aerial Photo of York University Station

Photo of York University station platform level.

Downsview Park Station

Aerial Photo of Downsview Park Station

Photo of Downsview Park Station exterior.

Photo of Downsview Park Station interior.


Saturday, May 27 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Downsview Park Station – 1245 Sheppard Avenue West (no onsite parking is available)

York University Station – 4700 Keele Street. Free parking will be available at the York Boulevard parking lot on campus (70 on map).

Plan your trip. Shuttle bus service will be offered from Sheppard West Station’s bus terminal (formerly Downsview Station) to both Downsview Park and York University Stations. Regular fare rates will apply. Sheppard West station is located at 1035 Sheppard Avenue West and has paid parking available:


Phone: 1.800.223.6192 (live operator available 24/7)


Accessibility Notes

The west entrance building at Downsview Park Station can be accessed. All other floors are stair-access only.

All floors are stair-access only at York University Station.

Please leave strollers and wagons at home as there will be no secure storage area and they cannot be taken into the stations.

About Doors Open

The 18th annual Doors Open Toronto presented by Great Gulf returns offering free and rare access to 150 architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings across the city.

In celebration of Canada's 150th birthday, this year's event features more than 150 buildings representing each decade since the 1860s, as well as a collection of buildings from the pre-Confederation era.

The Doors Open Toronto 2017 curatorial theme Fifteen Decades of Canadian Architecture shines light on the evolution of Canadian architecture, with a special focus on Centennial-period buildings and architects from the 1960s.

Bus Route Changes


Review the new changes to bus routes in the area to connect to the new subway extension.

Read about it here!

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Call 416-393-4636 (INFO) automated information available 24 hours daily.

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