Regent Park revitalization enters third phase; Booming core stirs envy but raises infrastructure concerns; Dancing crossing guard suspended; and more news...
Council debates next step for ... read more
Symmetry Developments in partnership with Fortress Real Developments are bringing 5468796, one of Canada's most exciting young architectural firms, to Toronto for the first time for a townhome ... read more
The third phase of Toronto's Regent Park Revitalization plan kicked off today as demolition commenced on a group of aging townhouses near Blevins Place and Shuter Street. The oldest and largest ... read more
May 14, 2014 5:55 pm | by Marcus Mitanis | Comments
After years of concern over the fate of the former home of John Bayne Maclean, founder of Maclean’s magazine, Heritage Toronto unveiled a plaque commemorating the now restored house at 7 Austin ... read more
For those who want contemporary style but prefer to live closer to nature, there have not been many choices in the Greater Toronto Area. There is an option now though, as suburban townhome living ... read more
Councillors push for Ford conflict of interest probe to continue; Senators challenge CBC's report on salaries; TCHC caught in dismissal suits; and more news...
Broadview Hotel’s sale will speed ... read more
In the less than three years since the new Bombardier Toronto Rocket (TR) subway trains hit the rails on the TTC's Line 1, the new articulated trains now move most traffic on Line 1, while older ... read more
With road testing already under way for the TTC's new Bombardier Flexity Outlook LRVs, construction is coming along on the massive new TTC streetcar maintenance and storage facility rising at the ... read more
The redevelopment of Toronto's low-rise residential neighbourhoods is more often than not a contentious issue for people living in such areas. While developers are the ones who typically incur the ... read more
Streetcar Developments, responsible for such condo loft projects as The Carnaby at Queen and Dufferin and The Carlaw and The Taylor at Dundas and Carlaw, has purchased the historic Broadview Hotel ... read more
Adam Vaughan to resign from City Council today; Lawyer urges the reopening of Rob Ford probe; Entertainment District homeless shelter cost over $12 million; and more news...
Aggressive Rob Ford ... read more
Polson Pier in the Portlands area of Toronto remains a favourite vantage point of the city among photographers, tourists and just about everyone else who sets foot there. The large parking lot on ... read more
High-rise development in and around Toronto's Yonge Street corridor is continuing at fever pitch, as yet another condominium tower has recently topped off in the area. Urban Capital Property ... read more
The Yonge and Eglinton area, for a few blocks around in every direction, is seeing a boom in construction these days. Just a couple years ago however, the only development under construction ... read more
Statue of Al Waxman vandalized; Ford brothers helped business client lobby for tax break; Yorkville rising to new heights; and more news...
ROM reassessing costly plans to handle 2 blue whale ... read more