Posts Filed Under: “Mirvish Village”
"The relentless gentrification of Toronto is a major concern."
The latest proposed design includes the retention of the Honest Ed’s laneway, rental housing units, and more heritage buildings.
A tribute, or perhaps a requiem, to the Mirvish Village institution.
A series of community walking tours set out to engage the public in the past and future of Mirvish Village.
Westbank recently opened "city building lab" partners with local businesses, attempts to engage Torontonians with development plans
The story of "Captain George" Henderson, Toronto's first retailer to specialize in comic books.
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.
From Star Trek to Serendipity to Superstar—sometimes our city's film appearances are short, sweet, and a bit random.
Imagining possibilities for the future of Mirvish Village.