People tend to focus on the downtown and waterfront area, which is fine, but you should take a drive (or subway/streetcar (weekend $10 day pass good for 2 adults and 3 kids)) through mid-town i.e. south of the 401 along Yonge street or go west from Bloor and Danforth to Bloorwest Village/Kingsway or east on Queen to The Beach or west on Queen or King to the Queensway, you (genericly speaking) will be pleasantly surprised. Yonge and St-Clair and Yonge and Eglinton are great places to live, work and play.
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World on Yonge, 31s, 31s, 20s, 27s, 18s, North Toronto, under construction
Waterlink at Pier 27, 14s, 14s, 14s, 14s, waterfront, under construction
Ocean Club, 39s, 10s, Toronto waterfront, under construction
One Valhalla, 22s, 35s, 30s, 3s, Toronto, under construction
Origami Lofts Condos, 7s, Toronto, planning
Waterways, 50s, 16s, 5s, Toronto waterfront, sales
Waterscapes, 30s, Toronto waterfront, 30s, under construction
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Bay-Adelaide Centre East Tower (Brookfield, 44s, KPMB & Adamson Associates), downtown core, tower 2 (shorter one) was just announced today that Brookfield is moving forward after securing Deloitte as the major tenant, should be ready for 2015. Tower 1 was completed in 2009.
Parkside Village, PSV tower 2, 48s, pre-sales, downtown Mississauga, it was annouced about a week or so ago. PSV 1 must have sold quite well being that it went on sale about two-three months ago...
30 acres. 11 blocks. 3 parks. 15 high-rises. 12 mid-rise podiums and buildings. 10 low-rises. 600 metres from City Hall. 6,000 residential units. 7 commuter gates. 6 streetscapes. 6 commercial block-faces. 7 green roofs.
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Yes, the neighborhoods in Toronto are where it's at. Plenty of charm and variety to be found outside the usual haunts downtown. I like the Beaches as you mentioned, and places like Roncesvalles for polish restaurants etc... That to me is way more intersting than the booming downtown and midtown in spite of the visual excitement of large scale construction. But there is plenty to be excited about in Toronto, and that is good.
Parkside Village tower 1 and 2, tower 3 will be visible in a couple of months. PSV 1 and 2 will be to the right
Absolute World, the retail portion should be opening this summer
16 York, 31s, downtown office tower, building 3 of the ICE condo development project
Sutton Place (formerly a hotel) redevelopment into a condo, 41s, downtown
Mississauga: Parkside Village
Delta Hotel and Bremner Tower
L Tower: rendering by udo
Aura: this one is a beast
101 Erskine - Yonge & Eglinton, mid-town, sales
Atria, north Toronto, sales
Two Old Mill, Toronto, under construction
West Village, 2 towers, Toronto, under construction
from sat. Aura