West Scarborough townhouse plan may become new home for community hub

The two plazas along Chester Le Boulevard just east of Victoria Park Avenue may be torn down for a townhouse development.

Scarborough-Mirror August 2, 2018 Mike Adler
Chester Le Community Corner

Chester Le Community Corner

Lead artist Anya Mielniczek speaks during the unveiling of a mural at Chester Le Community Corner in 2017. A nearby townhouse development may offer the hub’s operator, Agincourt Community Services Association, a new home. – Justin Greaves/Metroland

A plan for 133 new stacked condominium townhouses can offer a “permanent home” to a charity serving Scarborough’s sometimes-troubled Chester Le area, Coun. Jim Karygiannis says.
Agincourt Community Services Association operates Chester Le Community Corner, which opened as a community hub in 2013 as part of a $3-million addition to Chester Le Junior Public School.