A proposed development at Leslie and Eglinton will replace the existing Lexus and Toyota dealerships to create a multi-tower residential community and public park, supporting the city’s Leslie Street intensification plan to build higher-density mixed-uses on underutilized sites.
Toronto-headquartered developer, Main + Main, and Burlington-based real estate investment company, Equiton Inc., broke ground on a rental development, which aims to add much-needed housing to Ottawa’s core.
Real estate firm, Ivanhoé Cambridge, the City of Montreal, Cogir Real Estate, and construction firm Pomerleau broke ground on Haleco, a mixed-use development, which won C40’s Reinventing Cities competition, and is set to revitalize the area between Old Montreal and Griffintown.
A new proposed development designed by WZMH Architects aims to address the housing crisis in Mississauga, Ontario, by providing rental housing to residents as part of an initiative to guide future urban growth within the region.
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