I wonder if the money for this came from the estate of the late James Stewart who had Integral House built. Today's Globe Real Estate section mentions the house is coming to market (28 million!) and that money from his estate is going to various LGBT causes.
I hope they can fixed the tennis courts. The one on the west is in terrible shape. I don't mind having a couple more considering how crowded it gets in the summer and there doesn't to be any public courts nearby.
That's why there are no older buildings facing Shuter east of Sherbourne, west of Ontario (east of Ontario Street, Shuter Street consists of what used to be called Sydenham Street until one hits River Street). It's also why there is this odd triangular lot at the NE corner of Seaton and Shuter with the pie slice-shaped house:
(ETA: Actually, checking out an old fire insurance map on the Toronto Archives site, Sydenham only went as far east as Sumach - they needed to bulldoze it through to River St., presumably as part of the Shuter Street extension project.)