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Condos and Affordable Housing Proposed at Victoria Park and Gerrard

An Official Plan amendment, rezoning, and subdivision approval is being sought from the City of Toronto for the redevelopment of a vacant brownfield site at 411 Victoria Park Avenue in Scarborough.


How do you build an island in Toronto?

David Kusturin stands at the top of a scaffold five metres above the ground just south of Commissioners Street in Toronto’s Port Lands and surveys the busy construction scene before him.


Revised Richview Square Development Appears at Design Review Panel

The development is located at the northwest corner of Eglinton West and Wincott Drive in Etobicoke on the site of an existing suburban plaza, and proposes to add three new towers while retaining the existing retail structure on site.


New Garrison bridge connects people and parks in Toronto’s Fort York area

Garrison Crossing — a new bridge linking parks in the downtown area of Toronto — officially opened to residents on Tuesday.


Garrison Crossing bridge now open, connecting Trinity Bellwoods to Fort York

Pedestrians and cyclists will be able to walk from the north of Trinity Bellwood’s Park to the south of Fort York using the Garrison Crossing Bridge, which opened earlier Tuesday.


Mayor Tory’s affordable housing plan moves forward with four projects across Toronto

Mayor John Tory’s signature affordable housing plan is moving forward after the city’s realty agency signed off on business cases for four sites, the details of which are being kept from the public.


City plans to build affordable housing with park space on Birchcliff Quarry Lands

The City is proposing to build affordable housing with park space on its portion of a Scarborough site known as the Birchcliff Quarry Lands.


Toronto plans to axe ‘outdated’ office spaces in hopes of saving $30M

The city plans to reduce the number of offices it operates by more than 60 per cent over the next five years, savings tens of millions of dollars in the process.


Why is the City of Toronto downsizing its office space? Millennials have something to do with it

How many square feet people are willing to live in has been shrinking for years, and now their offices are shrinking too.


Mayor John Tory announces launch of new urban design competitions

In the city’s latest initiative to improve urban design, Mayor John Tory announced the launch of two new competitions at the 2019 Toronto Urban Design Awards.



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