Posts Filed Under: Development
After months on the market, Toronto's historic Masonic Temple has a new owner.
A new building planned for the site currently occupied by St. Lawrence Market North has apparently gone from cathedral to Quonset hut.
Almost 140 years old, One Spadina Crescent is about to be born again.
Kensington Market residents turned out in droves to decry plans to build a Walmart on the neighbourhood's western edge.
Images of Gehry's updated designs show a much clearer vision for King Street.
Developers Tridel and Hines have released new details about Bayside Toronto, a neighbourhood planned for Toronto's waterfront.
The West Don Lands are under heavy redevelopment in preparation for the 2015 Pan Am Games. Now, there's something to show for it.
What you see in these pictures could become reality on Bathurst Street, if developers get their way.
Voting is now open for the ninth edition of the Pug Awards.
Airline wants to fly up to 30 jets out of the island airport; asking the municipal and federal governments to change the rules to permit this.
No stranger to development strife, Kensington is getting riled up over a new neighbour's plans.
Let developers build what we want them to build, and help them do it faster.
It took a heritage-minded Toronto developer to see the Dineen Building's potential.
The Ontario Municipal Board has put the brakes on one proposed development, while another charges ahead full steam.
Nominated for: taking the fear of change to irrational heights.
Nominated for: lending his name to an ugly, failing, lawsuit-riddled project.
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.