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July 2, 2021, Comments Off

If approved, a proposed office building in Liberty Village would bring much-needed employment space to the area while continuing the village’s tradition of adapting historic buildings for modern uses. Allied …

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FUTURE OF MIDTOWN

July 2, 2021, Comments Off

A multi-faceted working group composed of midtown Toronto residents, business owners, and city councillors has developed a series of priorities to gui ...

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ENVISIONING TRANSIT-ORIENTED COMMUNITIES

June 25, 2021, Comments Off

The Province of Ontario announced plans June 15 to develop transit-oriented communities at the Exhibition, King-Bathurst, and Queen-Spadina stations a ...

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DIVERSIFYING USES ON BAY

June 25, 2021, Comments Off

If approved, a mixed-use development proposal would diversify uses on the site of an aging Bay Street office building. However, the local community ha ...

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    SAFEGUARDING VIABILITY UNDER IZ
    June 18, 2021, Comments Off

    According to a report released this week by the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD), the City of Toronto’s proposed inclusionary zoning framework is fundamentally flawed, fails to reflect ...

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    QUARRY CURATIVE
    June 18, 2021, Comments Off

    The redevelopment of a former quarry in Scarborough is approaching as the final development plans are set to be considered by the city. At its meeting June 25, City of ...

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    FUROR AT THE FOUNDRY
    January 22, 2021, Comments Off

    Demolition of the historic Dominion Foundry Complex in the West Don Lands has begun three months after a Minister’s Zoning Order (MZO) issued for the provincially-owned site changed zoning permissions ...

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    CHARTING A NEW PATH
    January 15, 2021, Comments Off

    Representing over 200 years of planning knowledge and experience, ten changemakers who have tactfully guided the growth and evolution of Toronto have retired from the city’s Planning Division. Half of ...

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    PRIORITIZING PEDESTRIANS
    January 8, 2021, Comments Off

    A recommended design concept for the reconstruction of downtown Yonge Street that is emerging through an environmental assessment proposes the prioritization of pedestrian traffic on downtown Yonge by widening existing ...

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    KEEPING DEVELOPMENT MOVING
    December 31, 2020, Comments Off

    Putting set expiration dates on building permits could be a way to force work to continue on construction projects that have stalled, but it is not clear that such a ...