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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.
Big changes are coming at Toronto's landmark mall.
The provincial government is after suggestions for changes to the laws that govern real-estate development in Ontario.
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.