A major, 5-acre master-planned community is proposed in Toronto’s Niagara neighbourhood, just west of the city’s downtown core.
More details have emerged regarding an ongoing purpose-built rental on Dundas Street West from Toronto-based developer TAS.
A new website has launched for a major master-planned community proposed in Toronto’s Niagara neighbourhood, just west of the city’s downtown core.
New details about a purpose-built rental project in the city’s west end are now available on developer TAS’ recently revamped company website.
Just over two years after TAS, BentallGreenOak, and the Toronto Public Library celebrated a ground breaking for a new mixed-use development at 299 Campbell Avenue, construction is making headway on the 14-storey rental apartment, retail, and library complex on Dupont west of Lansdowne in The Junction Triangle.
I went over to see 888 Dupont Street earlier this month. “I hope you haven’t come to criticize me,” said the old building, aware of the rough face it presents a gentrifying neighbourhood.
A revised application submitted to the City brings changes to a proposed residential tower at 7 Labatt Avenue near Queen and River streets on the east side of Downtown Toronto. Developers TAS and Tricon resubmitted plans for the project in late 2019 with a new design by HOK, which has evolved in the months since.
Affordability is the single greatest housing challenge facing Canada today.
A development proposed for the site at 888 Dupont St. in Toronto will bring a whole new meaning to the term “mixed-use,” with residential units, retail space, a rooftop restaurant and a “vertical farm” all in one building.