UrbanToronto's New Development Insider is the easiest and most effective way of staying on top of breaking news in the development industry. Sent to subscribers' inbox every weekday morning, the service compiles valuable information about active development proposals as they navigate Toronto's rigorous planning process. It eliminates the need to repeatedly visit the myriad of portals operated by the City and Province, instead capturing the relevant and recent details about major developments in all neighbourhoods.

Construction cranes in Downtown Toronto, image by Marcus Mitanis

The New Development Insider gives subscribers their first glimpse of new project proposals and major alterations to existing proposals. Since launching last summer, the New Development Insider has captured hundreds of significant new and revised development proposals. Subscribers were among the first to know about KingSett Capital's ambitious plans to redevelop the Cumberland Terrace site with a three-tower complex. When new renderings accompanied a revised scheme for the Chelsea Green project at Yonge and Gerrard, the New Development Insider had it covered. A multi-tower development proposal submitted for Kennedy Road just south of Sheppard Avenue was one of the first big stories to break in 2019, and the New Development Insider once again provided subscribers with the rundown.

New Development Insider's feature story for Cumberland Square

UrbanToronto and the New Development Insider were also the first media sources to cover revised plans for the highly-anticipated Mirvish+Gehry Toronto development, which could soon produce Canada's tallest building. And the service is not just limited to building proposals—it also confirmed a suspected expansion of the Apple Store at CF Toronto Eaton Centre.

New Development Insider's look at Chelsea Green

The New Development Insider is the simplest way to stay informed and follow developments as they are proposed and revised. You can learn more about the New Development Insider and sign up by visiting the subscription page.