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October 29, 2021, Comments Off

Heritage preservation advocates and city-builders are among a growing chorus of voices calling upon the provincial government to reset its plans to modernize Ontario Place and to develop a heritage …

gta-post-2-oct-27

BUILDING TALL IN NIAGARA FALLS

October 27, 2021, Comments Off

If approved, a mixed-use development would revitalize a neglected heritage site in Niagara Falls, and would boost the existing supply of hotel rooms i ...

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BUILDING UP BRONTE

October 27, 2021, Comments Off

Residents of Oakville’s Bronte Village community are worried that a proposed 15-storey mixed-use building could negatively impact the character of t ...

to-post-1-oct-22-2021

THINKING OUTSIDE THE LINES

October 22, 2021, Comments Off

The proposed adaptive reuse of a vacant city-owned heritage property near Fort York would establish a new community hub and commercial centre to suppo ...

  • gta-post-2-october-20
    GRIMSBY GOES GEOTHERMAL
    October 20, 2021, Comments Off

    A four-storey condominium project slated for development on a vacant property in downtown Grimsby will include a geothermal heating and cooling system, a sustainable building feature that town staff and ...

  • gta-post-1-october-20
    PARADIGM SHIFT
    October 20, 2021, Comments Off

    Key policy directions informing the update to Richmond Hill’s Official Plan could put the growing municipality on a path towards being a ‘future-ready’ city, to be supported by a network ...

  • to-post-1-oct-16-2021
    SECURING CORKTOWN’S FUTURE AROUND FIRST PARLIAMENT’S PAST
    October 16, 2021, Comments Off

    Local residents are hoping to maximize opportunities for much-needed civic amenities across two downtown properties being harnessed by the province for the development of a mixed-use, transit-oriented community. And they ...

  • to-post-2-oct-16-2021
    PROVIDING PARKLAND IN SIX POINTS
    October 16, 2021, Comments Off

    If approved, a 40-storey residential development would further intensify the neighbourhood around a central Etobicoke transit hub with housing units and retail space while providing parkland to support residents of ...

  • to-post-2-july-16-2021
    RETHINKING EMPLOYMENT EAST OF THE DON
    July 16, 2021, Comments Off

    If approved, a recently-proposed office building near the Don River would bring employment space to an area of the city that is likely to see a massive amount of employment-related ...

  • to-post-1-july-16-2021
    STRATEGIC DECISIONS
    July 16, 2021, Comments Off

    While the local councillor says the proposed redevelopment of a downtown tower-in-the-park site should be vigorously opposed by city planning staff, the proponent behind the two-tower residential project at 25 ...