Posts Filed Under: Development
It's a bittersweet goodbye, as The Hoxton is just one of Toronto's downtown venues to close recently.
Toronto needs to focus on the "missing middle"—townhouses and mid-rise buildings.
If you’re an urbanizing municipality, this appeal was worth watching.
New report says the plan relies on "fatally flawed” approach to determining how much land is needed to meet growth targets.
The inexpensive(ish) way to live downtown? Go small.
Developers must prove to the City their buildings still let the sun shine.
Sixty-eight years since its opening—and now near closing—the iconic Toronto shop still has dedicated customers.
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss.
New student housing—within two six-storey buildings—will host 812 beds.
Much-anticipated Crombie report delivers 87 recommendations, urges Province to invest in transit and high-density housing.
A tall, truly terribly-named development is headed for Victoria and Richmond Streets.
We spoke with the architect behind Corktown's new computer centre to find out how the building was designed for a street in transition.
The OMB exerts great influence over how Toronto's cityscape is shaped. We explain how the controversial land-use planning tribunal works.
The world-famous designer makes an appearance to kick off his new partnership with Freed Developments.
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.