If you’re reading this and live in Canada, apparently there’s a pretty good chance you live by yourself. This has got me thinking about the upcoming federal election and the state of our country’s housing markets.
According to a new report from the Centre for Urban Research and Land Development, there’s plenty of space for new transit oriented development, but outdated city bylaws are preventing new housing from being built.
The King Street Pilot is an innovative approach to a unique stretch of downtown Toronto. The evidence seems to be there to justify making the regulations permanent, but we’ll have to wait to see what the new council decides.
On January 15, 2018, the City of Toronto will issue a call for proposals for temporary public space installations (PSI) as part of the King Street Pilot. (UPDATE: The City just moved up the call for proposals to today, January 9th)
With the advancement of technology, the growing need for higher density living, and the strong demand for residential development in the downtown core, many intriguing urban designs, concepts and ideas surfaced in 2017.
The Greater Toronto Area
In delivering what is arguably their most progressive party platform in recent memory this weekend, Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown struck directly at Liberal voters looking to oust Kathleen Wynne from power next June.
In front of 1,500 party