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The original wing of Women's College Hospital makes way for new development.
How two landmark apartment complexes helped Toronto face one of its earliest housing crises.
In 2008, Ryerson promised to restore famous neon sign, but now the City is in the process of letting the university off the hook.
Members of the public will have their say on Porter's controversial expansion proposal.
Hazelton Lanes, Yorkville's once-glamorous shopping mall, has fallen on hard times—but a planned facelift could give it new life.
Workers finished excavating an underwater tunnel that will carry passengers to Billy Bishop Airport.
It used to be an art-deco marvel, and now it's about to become condos. Here's a look back at the history of the Loblaw Groceterias building.
A brief look at Ontario Bread Co.'s final days on Ossington Avenue.
Imagining possibilities for the future of Mirvish Village.
A 360-degree look at an empty Honest Ed's, just before the store's 65th-birthday celebration.
The proposed Kensington Market Walmart will be affected, along with other properties.
Using a Kickstarter-like platform, Friends of Kensington Market is trying to raise money to help quash a developer's designs.
Toronto's most disparaged hotel may soon be torn down by a developer. Here's a tour.
A new police station scores two honours at the 2013 Pug Awards for architecture.
The developer behind a proposed Walmart on Kensington's western border thinks there are misconceptions about the project.
One of downtown's few remaining Art Deco office towers will leave a rich artistic legacy, but only on its facade.
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.