UrbanToronto's comprehensive Growth to Watch For series of reports is entering its 6th year of covering all active and planned development and construction activity in Toronto, and is our second year covering the region beyond. In 2020, our annual Growth to Watch For series—presented by NEEZO Studios—returns with another 21 instalments covering development throughout the 416, and additional reports covering development nodes emerging in the surrounding 905 region. 2020's series will be spread out throughout the year, with reports made available free to annual subscribers of UrbanToronto's New Development Insider (NDI) service, a daily subscription-based service offering the latest planning, development, and construction news.
For those not already subscribed to our NDI service, a free one-week trial is available for a limited time. New and existing subscribers will get the daily newsletter service, as well as multiple comprehensive Growth to Watch For updates per month. 2020's Growth to Watch For series will also be available as a standalone subscription purchase for $199+tax.
This year's Growth to Watch For reports are being brought to readers with the participation of NEEZO Studios, a one-stop-shop studio creating animations, renderings, scale models, interactive applications, sales and marketing software, and more of the various marketing elements driving home sales across the region.
The full list of the Toronto Growth to Watch For 2020 instalments includes:
1. Entertainment District
2. King & Queen West, Liberty Village & Parkdale
3. South Etobicoke
4. Etobicoke Centre & Bloor West
5. Dupont, the Junction, & St. Clair West
6. North Etobicoke & Weston
7. York to Yorkdale to York Mills
8. Downsview & York University
9. North York Centre & Willowdale
10. North Scarborough
11. Central Scarborough
12. Beaches, Leslieville, & The Danforth
13. East York & Don Mills
14. Midtown: Eglinton to St. Clair
15. Bloor-Yorkville & Rosedale
16. Corktown-Regent Park-Cabbagetown
17. Jarvis & Church Corridors
18. Downtown Toronto North
19. U of T, West of Downtown
20. Downtown Toronto Core
21. Toronto's Central Waterfront
Additional reports will cover development in the surrounding '905' region.
In the meantime, you can review previous years' Growth to Watch For series by visiting the associated Forum thread for the series.