The City of Toronto announced plans for a park in the downtown core that will be part of a new development on City-owned property which also includes more affordable housing units.
“This represents creative smart and bold city building. It represents a new way of doing business in our growing city,” coun. Joe Cressy said at the announcement with Mayor John Tory.
The announcement includes a number of different moving parts such as the relocation of a fire station on 260 Adelaide Street to Metro Hall and the development of 196 affordable units alongside 456 market-rate units.
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