The Tiffany Commons Opens at Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto October 2013
Entrance to The Tiffany Commons
Entrance to The Tiffany Commons
Brick Works
Brick Works
 

On October 25, 2013, The Tiffany Commons was named at Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto. This dynamic space ties together the goal of The Tiffany & Co. Foundation’s Urban Parks program—to enhance the urban environment in major cities around the world—with Evergreen’s mission to bring together nature and community in urban spaces.

Evergreen Brick Works is the unique Toronto destination that was once an abandoned brick factory and is now a vibrant urban park. The Foundation’s support enhanced several features of the Commons, making it a beautiful and inviting entry point to the 40-acre site that features restored wetlands, meadows and ravine trails.

Designed by award-winning landscape architect Claude Cormier, The Tiffany Commons features a new trellis and 13 lush garden mounds, each with its own signature theme. The unique raised garden beds celebrate the diversity of native plants of Southern Ontario.

The Tiffany & Co. Foundation’s support of Evergreen Brick Works was made possible through a grant to the Tides Foundation.