Amid development pressure and municipal growth policies, Bloor West Village is preparing for significant growth.
“Change happens. It’s always happened. This place is not in a time capsule. There has been infill and development throughout its history… and that will continue, but the scale of the individual projects is much larger and bringing greater intensity,” DTAH partner and lead consultant Brent Raymond told NRU.
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