In October, UrbanToronto will celebrate 20 years of being Toronto's favourite resource about development. Whether you want to know what that building is that's proposed around the block from you, share how tall nearby cranes are now rising on the skyline, or are wondering where the next subway line will run in the area, UrbanToronto has been the place to find out about all of it, or share your own knowledge.

The ever-changing postcard view of the Toronto skyline from the Islands, image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor kotsy

Our front page articles variously report on the latest development proposals around the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, or what developers are offering at their latest projects, or recent advancements in construction materials and technology, while our Database files serve up renderings and quick facts about new projects, and our map allows you to find all of it, but our online Forum is where it all started, and where the heart and soul — and tons of great photography, like the image above — of UrbanToronto still resides.

Over the course of October, we will be featuring special articles that look back at how Toronto and its surroundings have evolved over the years, how the region continues to burgeon, and how UrbanToronto has evolved to cover more of what's going on.

Starting on Monday, come back to enjoy some memories with us, get to know more about what's happening now, and join us as we look forward to the next 20 years too!