All posts in NRU Toronto

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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 ...

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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 priorit ...

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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 cl ...

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    CLARIFYING SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
    December 11, 2020, Comments Off

    The City of Toronto has proposed a draft planning framework establishing a city-wide approach for development of sensitive and high-occupancy land uses in proximity to rail infrastructure. The city says ...

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    A PLACE TO GROW AT LANSDOWNE
    December 4, 2020, Comments Off

    A two-tower residential and retail development proposed by KingSett Capital just west of Lansdowne subway station could be a harbinger of transit-oriented development to come for a neighbourhood expected to ...

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    THE NEXT FRONTIER
    November 27, 2020, Comments Off

    If approved, a major development project will go a long way towards expanding Ryerson University and bringing its physical facilities closer to the scale of those of other Ontario universities. ...

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    A CATALYST FOR CHANGE
    November 20, 2020, Comments Off

    The City of Toronto is moving ahead with a dramatic development that will transform the 581-bed Seaton House men’s shelter into a new shared social services facility, which the city ...

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    SHOWCASING REVITALIZATION
    November 20, 2020, Comments Off

    The United Nations is creating a space to showcase the Regent Park revitalization and share its innovative approach to low-income community revitalization on a global stage. UN-Habitat is partnering with ...

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    SCARBOROUGH JUNCTION TRIANGLE
    November 13, 2020, Comments Off

    If approved, a proposal for a massive redevelopment project will intensify the lands around a Scarborough GO station and create a new urban centre. Republic Developments and Harlo Capital are ...