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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 …

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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 ...

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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 fo ...

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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 a ...

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    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 ...

  • to-post-2-july-2-2021
    FACTORING IN THE CASTLE BLOCK
    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 guide the proposed redevelopment of the city-owned Canada Square ...

  • to-post-2-june-25-2021
    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 along the future 15-stop, 16-kilometre-long Ontario Line subway project. While few ...

  • to-post-1-june-25-2021
    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 has expressed concerns about the level of ...