RioCan is Canada's largest real estate investment trust focused on retail development. RioCan owns and manages shopping centres and large supermarkets which provide convenience and services to communities and neighbourhoods.
The proposal consists of a mixed use development containing a total of four (4) residential towers that have been situated on two 4-storey podiums (with two towers per podium). These two podiums ... go to project
1717 Avenue Road Condos by Tribute, RioCan and Turner Fleischer Architects
Founded over 25 years ago, Tribute Communities is a leading builder of new homes and condominiums with a mission to ... go to project
An eight-storey mixed-use building designed by Turner Fleischer Architects for Allied Properties and RioCan at 547-555 College. The development will consist of retail at ground level, and 77 ... go to project
E Condos: 58 and 38-storey towers on the northeast corner of Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue in Toronto by Bazis Inc., Metropia, and RioCan with architecture by Roy Varacalli. Interiors by Mike ... go to project
The Globe and Mail is pleased to announce that plans are underway for its new headquarters, scheduled to open in late 2015. The 480,000 sq. ft. building will be located at the ... go to project
Mixed-use retail-office-residential development proposed by Allied Properties REIT and RioCan for 620 King Street West in Toronto.
To see the previous Context Developments plan for this site, ... go to project
Proposed 19-storey (66 metre) and 13-storey (50 metre) residential towers with retail at grade (2,316 m2). The two buildings would contain a total of 426 dwelling units and 420 parking spaces with ... go to project
The Well is a new, open and vibrant mixed-use community in downtown Toronto where people can live, work, and shop well. Spread over seven and a half acres, The Well borders Wellington, Spadina and ... go to project
The Yonge Sheppard Centre is a comprehensive mixed-use development undergoing a major transformation at one of the city’s critical transit intersections, Yonge Street and Sheppard Avenue. Engaged ... go to project