After a busy month that got the Fall started with exciting construction and planning news across the development industry, we are taking a look at the hottest stories, most searched project Database files, and busiest Forum discussions from September, 2022.
Our Top Ten Most Read News Stories
The top 10 list for news stories begins at number 11, with a detailed look at the second mass timber development in Toronto, T3 Sterling Road.
Planning stories were widely enjoyed last month on the UrbanToronto site, with eight of the top 10 stories from September featuring coverage of proposed developments. One construction story managed to earn top 10 status, while at number one, a closer look at the Ontario Line was firmly in the spotlight.
Our Top Ten Most Searched Database Files
In the Database section, the top 10 list welcomes number 16 to get things started. The M1 & M2 at M City thread received more than a few clicks as construction work continued on the futuristic multi-tower project in Mississauga.
After debuting in the third spot in its first month of existence in the database, 8 Elm has now reached number two in database engagement, behind the immovable favourite, The One. Interestingly, KING Toronto regained a spot in the top five, while the impressive newcomer 15-17 Elm took number four in its first month.
9. CIBC SQUARE
6. The Well
5. KING Toronto
4. 15-17 Elm
2. 8 Elm
1. The One
Our Top Ten Busiest Threads
No, it's not deja-vu; coincidence seems to have played its hand in the monthly roundup, with Mississauga's M1 & M2 at M City coming in at number 16 in Database engagement, just like it did in the Forum.
The Lower Don Lands Redevelopment and the St Lawrence Market North found themselves in the top 10 busiest forum threads for the first time in a month when interest in infrastructure projects remained high. At the top of the list, 160 Front Street and The Well both reclaimed spots in the top three.
7. Ontario Line
3. The Well
1. The One
We will be back at the beginning of November for a recap of October's top news stories, Database files, and Forum threads!
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