Another month of Toronto city-building, transportation, and real estate talk is now behind us, so we are looking back at what were the hottest stories, project Database files, and Forum discussions from June, 2022.
Our Top Ten News Stories
This month, our Top Ten begins with #15, at The One. Despite being published on the second last day of the month, this story was a big hit for UrbanToronto readers. The unique tower floor construction of the development had us all a little puzzled, but we talked with Mizrahi to better understand what exactly is going on at the site.
The rest of our Top Ten stories this month are all based on new proposals that have been received by the City. Many unique and exciting ones caught the eyes of UrbanToronto readers, including new buildings being proposed on top of old ones, and others being proposed across from or attached to TTC stations.
Our most read story of June was about the new 31-storey proposal for a mass timber tower on College Street, which would be a record-breaker itself.
Our Top Ten Database Files
at #19, ironically, is 19 Duncan, which has made our Top Ten list in months past. As this tower continues to rise in the entertainment district, its database file has garnered some looks.
19. 19 Duncan
The rest of our Top Ten features many of the same very popular projects that we are used to seeing, with many of the popular databases reclaiming top spots after they had been shifted during the month of May.
8. East Harbour
7. CIBC SQUARE
4. The Well
Most notably, The One has retained its top spot which was taken from it last month by 287 Christie.
1. The One
Our Top Ten Threads
Our Top Ten Threads list starts with St Lawrence Market North, which has recently seen many orange fins applied to its sides, in addition to large panels of glazing.
The rest of our list includes many of the usual suspects, outside of #9 and #10, which have joined the list this month after being featured in stories on our home page.
9. East Harbour
5. The Well
3. CIBC SQUARE
And as always, The One is in the top spot for most visited thread in June, with its unique construction practices keeping everyone intrigued, and on high alert.
1. The One
We will be back at the beginning of August for a recap of July's top news stories, Database files, and Forum threads!
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