All posts in NRU Toronto

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May 1, 2024, Comments Off

A mixed-use mid-rise development proposed for a vacant site in Toronto’s Leslieville neighbourhood would add purpose-built rental units to a main corridor that has been steadily seeing an increase in …

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THERE GOES THE ‘NEIGHBOURHOOD’

April 26, 2024, Comments Off

A purpose-built rental building proposed for a prime location in Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood will bring dozens of purpose-built rental units to th ...

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STRENGTHENING THE FABRIC OF COMMUNITY

March 15, 2024, Comments Off

As the Jane Finch neighbourhood faces monumental change due to the construction of the Finch West LRT, a new community development plan seeks to mitig ...

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STEPS IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION

March 8, 2024, Comments Off

A proactive team in the City of Toronto’s planning division working with a property owner willing to add more density than originally planned to its ...

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    SHIFTING FOCUS
    March 17, 2023, Comments Off

    A resubmission of a revised application to redevelop a site on Bloor Street West makes several key changes to the original submission from March 2021, adding nearly 100 more residential units ...

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    BUILDING WITH A PURPOSE
    March 10, 2023, Comments Off

    A development proposal for a site near Toronto’s Little Jamaica neighbourhood would transform what is now a low-rise commercial and residential property into a mixed-use tower development accommodating significant purpose-built rental .. ...

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    REFRAMING DUNDAS AND BLOOR
    March 10, 2023, Comments Off

    A proposal to redevelop a large retail-focused Dundas Street West site near one of the city’s busiest transit hubs seeks to replace two existing low-rise retail buildings on the property with ...

  • to-post-2-dec-9-2022
    DESIGNING THE UN-AVENUE
    December 9, 2022, Comments Off

    What if heavily residential streets in Toronto that primarily serve as high-speed traffic conduits to more densely populated city avenues could be re-configured to create new opportunities for midrise housing ...

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    EMBRACING COMMUNITY
    December 9, 2022, Comments Off

    A Toronto public library branch in East York will be demolished in order to make way for a brand-new library that will feature significant Indigenous-inspired design and create an expansion ...

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    REVITALIZING THE WATER’S EDGE
    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 ...