The 14th annual Nuit Blanche Toronto will fill the city’s streets with nearly 90 contemporary art projects created by more than 300 local, national and international artists starting at 7 p.m. on Saturday, October 5.
Plans for the complex five-acre site adjacent to Fort York on the north side of the rail lines – the old city abattoir site, which envelops the Destructor – are assuming their final form.
Near Downsview Park, The Keeley midrise is part of a massive revitalization in the area.
Roughly 125 members of the community, future homeowners, and TAS team members attended the ground breaking, which featured an afternoon of live music and food.
The updated plan introduces significant changes to the KPMB Architects-designed development which surrounds the heritage Wellington Destructor, a disused City incinerator.
TAS is planning a half-million-square-foot, mixed-used development in downtown Toronto’s east side at the corner of Labatt Avenue and River Street.
TAS has partnered with Tricon and an institutional investor to support revitalization efforts in downtown Toronto’s east side with a project at the corner of 7 Labatt Avenue and 77 River Street.
Tricon Capital Group Inc., an investment manager focused on residential real estate, today announced an expansion of its Toronto multi-family development program to over 3,000 units with the addition of its seventh project in downtown Toronto.
The votes are in! For our fifth annual Year-End Readers’ Poll, we invited you to select your favourite projects completed in 2018 in five categories, from a combined total of 35 mid- and high-rise projects that wrapped up construction over the last twelves months.
Dupont gentrification forcing studios to relocate, while others are finding ways to hold on.
“I didn’t want to own two lawnmowers,” said Dean Martin, a trim, fiftysomething advertising executive, as a siren drifted up and into the eighth-storey windows, which were also providing a lovely cross-breeze.
Toronto is in a rush. Over 2,750,000 people live in a 630 square kilometre area, and many thousands more want to move here every year. With less than 4,400 people per square kilometre we are still spread thinly compared to European standards (London has over three times the population in a similar area), and not all of our new housing stock can or should be built in our central area.