Last month Curated Properties and Windmill launched a “residential agri-tecture” project on Toronto’s Queen West called The Plant.
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This edition of our Growth to Watch For series continues westward from our recent Central Scarborough instalment, exploring all of the development happening in the neighbourhoods east of the Don Valley.
In the seven months since we last covered the construction of TAS and Main and Main Developments’ Kingston&Co. Condominiums, the Teeple Architects-designed mid-rise development has grown significantly in Toronto’s Kingston Road Village area.
Development can deliver a host of benefits for surrounding neighbourhoods, despite what NIMBYs might suggest.
In an area of Toronto that is rapidly transforming with new construction and development, the West Don Lands and surroundings look nearly unrecognizable from what it used to be just five years ago.
Kingston&Co., the Teeple Architect–designed midrise, is ideal for first-time buyers who aren’t keen on shovelling, but are romanced by the perks of traditional homeownership like garage tinkering (there’s a tool room).
An early construction milestone has been reached at Kingston&Co Condos, a 10-storey Upper Beach condo development from TAS and Main and Main Developments — and the Toronto-based developers have a high-flying drone video to prove it.