Tories take battle for Etobicoke Centre to Supreme Court; Milton to build velodrome; Troubled Air Canada flight drops debris over Mississauga; City Councillor wants methadone clinic out of St. ... read more
Today's image is brought to us by Forum member Bruvyman, and looks at X Condominium and Couture, both located on Ted Rogers Way, just south of Bloor Street. The towers complement each other better ... read more
Nighttime lighting of buildings never used to be something we thought much about in Toronto… or at least the developers around town here didn't think about it too much. Keener observers of ... read more
Carttera Private Equities and Harhay Developments bring the newest player to the Bathurst and King West neighbourhood with Oneeleven Condominiums. Located on Bathurst Street at the corner of ... read more
This tour of four Doors Open Toronto venues incorporates not only information about the sites visited, but also nearby or associated developments of interest to UrbanToronto readers. With so much ... read more
BIXI bike sharing program in a cycle of uncertainty; Soho House will up Toronto film festival's party quotient; TTC service boost would reduce crowding on 79 routes; and more news.
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We're starting this week off with a colourful image taken by Forum member coolcanadian. The lush canopy of South Riverdale/Leslieville in the foreground is punctuated by fireworks, vying for ... read more
Over a billion dollars worth of construction is currently underway in and around Union Station. The multi-modal transport node is Canada's busiest hub for moving people – over a quarter of a ... read more
UPDATE: See changes to the Diamond Schmitt talks schedule.
One of our favourite annual events in Toronto is Doors Open, two days when we get to explore nooks and crannies that are normally closed ... read more
What remained of the old York Theatre was torn down recently to clear the way for The Madison, a 30- and 33-storey residential and retail complex planned for the southeast corner of Eglinton ... read more
A tiny perfect streetcar line is being laid along Cherry Street; Toronto's downtown is GTA's downtown; beach residents face off against condo developers; and more news.
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May 25, 2012 12:00 am | by Evan Manning | Comments
Captured by Forum member udo, this sharp picture shows the L Tower as it continues its skyward march. Developed by Cityzen, Fernbrook Homes and Castlepoint, L Tower is unique for the architectural ... read more
May 24, 2012 4:15 pm | by Dumitru Onceanu | Comments
Last week we featured the first part of our interview with Paul Golini of Empire Communities. We discussed his background and the history of Empire Communities, their transition into highrise, as ... read more
Construction on Monarch Group's Waterscapes Condo on Etobicoke's Lake Shore has been clipping along pretty consistently. A construction crane has been on-site since April and now with the ... read more
As Toronto becomes increasingly conscious that it does in fact contain buildings of historic value that are worth preserving, we are seeing a rise in the number of projects that embracing the idea ... read more