The goal is to address changes to the way residents live — and to encourage them to stick around rather than simply walking through the lobby on their way to private units...READ ARTICLE
When industry powerhouses Stephen Diamond and Larry Tanenbaum merged in 2018 to form Diamond Kilmer, they had one goal: to offer homes for middle-income families...READ ARTICLE
Towers we’ve got in the hundreds. Low-rise abounds in every direction. What’s missing in Toronto is mid-rise buildings, those four- to 12-storey structures that can serve any purpose, residential and commercial included...READ ARTICLE
Located along the St. Clair streetcar line at the crossroads of three top Toronto neighbourhoods, Reunion Crossing Condos & Urban Towns offers a convenient urban lifestyle opportunity within a sought-after part of the City...READ ARTICLE
Developer Stephen Diamond is lowering his sights. The head of Diamond Corp., the company that created the 51-storey Selby near Bloor St. E. and the 48 floors at 5 St. Joseph St., wants to focus on the kind of housing that planners and policy-makers have long lamented as too scarce in the city — the elusive “missing middle”...READ ARTICLE
Some of the city’s leading real estate developers are coming together to support SickKids. PSR Brokerage is hosting the first-ever Dive in with Developers panel discussion on Thursday, with all proceeds going directly to The Epilepsy Classroom at The Hospital for Sick Children ...READ ARTICLE
Every type of buyer has their own unique needs when it comes to buying real estate. And for young professionals, these needs may likely include living close to work while being surrounded by plenty of ...
The City of Toronto is pushing back against a Ryerson University report that contends as-of-right zoning in transit nodes would unlock greater development than is currently permitted under existing planning rules. The report, released on March 7 by Ryerson University’s Centre for Urban Research and Land Development (CUR) ...READ ARTICLE
After a three-year non-stop party, Toronto’s condo market is likely to settle down in 2019, some of the city’s biggest developers say.
“I can’t, for a minute, imagine that we’re going to continue to see the increases that we’ve experienced,” said Jim Ritchie, executive vice president of sales ...
In most of the country, townhouses are an in-between option for home buyers: bigger than the most affordable condo apartments, but smaller and more affordable than the average detached house. When researchers talk about the Greater Toronto Area’s “missing middle,” odds are they are talking about townhouses ...READ ARTICLE