The last10 years have seen a massive seachange in the way we live and grow in our urban centres in Canada and nowhere is this as evident as in Toronto’s downtown. Around 66 per cent of chidren in downtown Toronto live in midrise and highrise buildings.
Since the last census in 2011, there were 10,500 more Toronto families with children living in condos, up to 129,000 from 118,000. The growth of these condo families (8.9 per cent) was more than double the growth of families (3.9 per cent) in the region. Read More
West Don Lands, an industrial area currently being redeveloped as a mixed-use neighbourhood in Toronto’s downtown east end, was named one of thirteen winners in the Urban Land Institute’s 2017- 2018 ULI Global Awards for Excellence. Read More
Curtiss All Ranks Kitchen and Dining Facility is one of two new kitchen and dining facilities commissioned by the Department of National Defence for the Canadian Forces Base in Borden.
Built to replace four aging and inadequate dining facilities that dated back to the 1950s these replacement facilities are strategically placed on a pedestrian focused campus. The Curtiss facility is focused on providing a pleasant, efficient and enduring building with plenty of natural light and optimized interior traffic flows Read More
Representing Ontario’s best emerging new talent and some of the province’s most established architecture firms, River City Phases 1 and 2 is one of 10 projects that have been recognized with the prestigious Design Excellence Award this year. Read More