Posts Filed Under: Condos
The cash-strapped TDSB is studying whether more mixed-use schools and private-public partnerships makes sense for Canada's largest school board.
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Condos near-universally panned at the 2014 Pug Awards.
Designing creative, functional, and appealing spaces for the universal client.
Honest Ed's crazy prices go in the other direction as people sell their signs on eBay.
Toronto's history is blowin' in the wind.
Developers Tridel and Hines have released new details about Bayside Toronto, a neighbourhood planned for Toronto's waterfront.
No stranger to development strife, Kensington is getting riled up over a new neighbour's plans.
Residents and experts gather to talk about a
new new plan for poor, crumbling Ontario Place.
Area residents gathered to talk about the merits of a new, cheaper alignment for the Fort York bridge, and also a nearby condo.
Let developers build what we want them to build, and help them do it faster.
A year in loose ends.
Nominated for: vacancy rates that make renting hopeless.
Nominated for: taking the fear of change to irrational heights.
Nominated for: causing bodily harm to civilians below, and leaving those above without panels in their balconies.
Council makes a bid to preserve area for employment lands in the face of condo development plans.
With the demolition of the Beach Motel in Etobicoke, Toronto's future takes another giant, condo-sized leap forward.
"Intersection," an installation by artist Felix Kalmenson, highlights the unsettling side of Toronto's condo boom.