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Collaborative design plans for incorporating the Red Door Family Shelter into a luxury condominium building could serve as a model for future developments.
Demographics and economics may be swinging the development pendulum back towards rental units, analysts say.
Westbank offers details including rental units, boutique retail, public space, and community art.
Doomed for demolition, the city's newest Fabricland is a 16,000-square-foot emblem of an old neighbourhood on the cusp of fading forever.
Spoiler: It's an office building.
This weekend's hasty demolition of the century-old menswear store at Bloor and Yonge raises issues about heritage preservation in the city.
David Crombie and reformist council candidates rode upon a wave of discontent to capture City Hall in 1972.
Development will also feature an office complex and elevated park.
Suggestions from prominent Torontonians on improving the city, many of which remain relevant.
The facility represents the largest single investment in Canadian amateur sport history—and it's got plenty of fancy features.
Plans for the site could involve rental housing, a public market, a car-free stretch on Markham—and, of course, condos.
This 9,300-square-metre waterpark/event complex would be open year-round—even and especially during endless winters.
A "restaurant row" may be on its way to the site of the World's Biggest Bookstore.
The Yonge-Dundas-area landmark is shutting down after 33 years.
After 13 years of abandonment, the Shaw Street School is reopening as Artscape Youngplace.
A proposal to build a trio of Gehry-designed high-rises on King Street West may falter because of heritage concerns.
Two design firms will collaborate on a new 7.5-acre public park at Ontario Place.
The Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport will be a new home for some of the University of Toronto's best athletes.