Caps On Parkland Fees Should Still Be A Priority
The Ontario government recently introduced changes that will adjust the way development pays for the infrastructure, facilities and services required to support growth.
In Conversation With... Gregg Lintern, Chief Planner, City Of Toronto
For those in the urban planning field, becoming chief planner of the City of Toronto has to be one of the most desired gigs in all of Canada. But heading up the planning department of the largest city in the country, indeed, one of the fastest growing in the world, is no cushy assignment. Managing…
New Condo Set To Debut Along Barrie Waterfront
Comprising two 33-storey towers, Debut is the first highrise condo in Barrie and Simcoe County.
Gta Condo Prices Surge In Second Quarter
Condominium prices jumped 5.1 per cent to $619,707 in the second quarter of 2020, from $589,622 in Q2 2019, despite sales dropping more than 50 per cent.
2150 Lake Shore Development Takes Another Important Step
The redevelopment plan for the former Christie's bakery site in Etobicoke took another important step recently when land owner submitted a revised proposal to include a new GO station as part of the project.
Gta New Home Market Sees Increased Activity In June
The GTA new home market began to see more activity in June, following two months of historically slow sales due to the pandemic.
Sherwood Homes Opens Royal Windsor In Georgian Bay
Sherwood Homes recently held the grand opening for Royal Windsor, a new five-storey midrise condominium in Balmoral Village at Georgian Bay.
Covid-19 And Condos, Here's What Owners Can Expect During The Pandemic
While COVID-19 has impacted all facets of life, health and safety concerns have perhaps been the most pressing issue for condominium corporations. How have these boards reacted to the pandemic, and what can owners expect?
City And Industry Work Together To Remove Barriers To Homeownership
This is a challenging time for families who had been planning to buy a place to live in the GTA in the near future.
Is There A Mass Exodus From Toronto In Our Future?
COVID-19 and this current health crisis has forced many of us to reconsider where and how we should be living, and where and how we should be working.