This past weekend, TAS, Bentall Kennedy, and the Toronto Public Library celebrated a ground breaking for their new mixed-use development at 299 Campbell Avenue. The start of construction for the new 14-storey residential rental-library hybrid building was marked with an event attended by Deputy Mayor and Local Councillor Ana Bailão, author/musician Dave Bidini, and residents of the surrounding Junction Triangle neighbourhood.
Some of Toronto’s most covetable addresses belong to old, industrial-era factories that have been converted into lofts.
The votes are in! For our fourth annual Year-End Readers’ Poll, we invited you to select your favourite projects completed in 2017.
Dupont Street in the Junction Triangle is full of history and charm. Back in the day it’s proximity to the CPR tracks made it an important manufacturing corridor. Today, Dupont Street is slowly transforming.
On Kingston Road, just east of Victoria Park Avenue in Scarborough, construction is in full swing on a new mid-rise condominium development, set to add 145 residential units area.
Last month Curated Properties and Windmill launched a “residential agri-tecture” project on Toronto’s Queen West called The Plant.
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.