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  1. http://torontostoreys.com/2018/06/toronto-condo-developer-lanterra-luxury/ This Toronto Condo Developer Plans To Sell Units For $2,500 Per Square Foot When a Toronto condo is selling for more than $1,000 per square foot it’s enough to make headlines. So how about units priced at close to triple that? Toronto developer Lanterra plans to launch sales at its Yorkville high-rise project 50 Scollard Condos in the $2,500-to-$2,800 per-square-foot range, a source with close knowledge of the project tells Toronto Storeys. The 41-storey tower, located on the northeast corner of Bay and Scollard Streets just south of Davenport Road, is a boutique high-rise with 64 condos. The smallest units measure 2,500 square feet. That would peg the starting price at 50 Scollard at around $6.25 million. When Ben Myers, president and founder of Bullpen Consulting, which advises developers, first heard of plans to launch the project at prices of upwards of $2,500 a square foot, he says he was “a little bit shocked.” Myers hasn’t seen a Toronto condo launched at a price point that high before. But other high-end Yorkville condos — 36 Hazelton by Alterra and Zinc Developers and the Four Seasons Residences by Lifetime and Menkes Developments — have set a precedent for “super high-priced units,” he says. The market expert also says there are factors to justify Lanterra’s pricing and he thinks the building will sell out. “I think it will sell just for the fact that it’s such a unique project in a fantastic location,” Myers explains. However, the soaring prices are not a signal that many more similarly expensive projects are on the way, he suggests. “I think you can only really bring on one of these projects every two or three years.” Myers finds Toronto doesn’t have the cachet of Manhattan — not yet at least. “The demand is only so deep.” Lux projects in Manhattan draw wealthy buyers from Russia and Dubai, and Myers isn’t seeing the same activity here in Hogtown. The city does have the benefit of being relatively affordable compared to other global cities such as London and Paris, though. Myers anticipates most of those who end up buying units at 50 Scollard will use the property as a primary residence or pied-à-terre, with a smaller share of wealthy international buyers parking their money here. “It’s such a niche market,” he says. “It’s not your typical cash-flow investor that’s buying.”
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    Skyline by Dale Roddick, on Flickr
  3. DT Toronto: Canoe Landing Centre and schools at Cityplace http://urbantoronto.ca/news/2018/06/canoe-landing-centre-taking-shape-concord-cityplace
  4. Mississauga: Movie night at Celebration Square.
  5. This might be coming to Mississauga's SQ1 shopping centre... Cirque du Soleil coming to a Greater Toronto mall https://www.thestar.com/entertainment/stage/2018/06/13/cirque-du-soleil-coming-to-a-greater-toronto-mall.html
  6. DT Toronto: rental http://urbantoronto.ca/news/2018/06/hines-proposes-3xn-designed-tower-64-86-bathurst-street Hines Proposes 3XN-Designed Tower at 64-86 Bathurst Street Copenhagen-based architects 3XN are making a splash in Toronto. Their first building design here, Aquabella, is now under construction in the East Bayfront area for Tridel and Hines, while their adjacent Aqualuna development is in sales for the same companies. Now, the architectural firm's design for a multifamily rental building with retail and office space at 64-86 Bathurst Street just south of King has been submitted to the City for zoning approval.
  7. http://urbantoronto.ca/news/2018/06/hollywood-atmosphere-nobu-toronto-ground-breaking Hollywood Atmosphere at Nobu Toronto Ground Breaking
  8. Mississauga: Square One Announces West Expansion Plans and Arrival of The Food District https://www.bizjournals.com/prnewswire/press_releases/2018/06/13/C1932 Best-in-Class Food Concept Arrives, Combining Community, Discovery and Destination Shopping TORONTO, June 13, 2018 /CNW/ - Among the top shopping destinations in North America, Square One announces the West Expansion development. With construction well underway, the West expansion will open in November 2018, beginning with the arrival of global casual apparel retailer UNIQLO and other soon-to-be announced major retailers. In addition, Square One will be home to The Rec Room, the country's newest hot-spot for "Eats and Entertainment", which brings together incredible dining experiences with exciting live entertainment and amusement gaming experiences, all under one roof. An elevated experience for foodie tourists and locals alike, The Food District, opening in spring 2019, will be a new and tantalizing destination. The addition of both The Rec Room and The Food District is in response to the growing interest in today's food culture, with a focus on offering local, handmade and high-quality foods in a setting that embraces both new- and old-world food emporiums. Stretching over 34,000 square feet, The Food District will offer an outstanding array of specialty products as well as a space to meet, explore and share the love of food through tastings, cooking classes, dinner parties, book signings and other special events. "In the coming months, we will reveal more details surrounding the West Expansion," says Square One director and general manager Greg Taylor. "Square One continues to be a premier location for world-class retailers and for the discerning consumer. The Food District will provide an inspired, fulfilling and unforgettable experience for food lovers and adventurers in a setting that encourages discovery, community, and culinary indulgence." Over the past year, Square One has introduced over 40 highly coveted new retailers to its stellar roster of brands, and this unprecedented growth is set to continue. Having topped $1 billion in sales, Square One continues to be a powerful innovator in Canada's luxury, retail and entertainment landscape. One of the most productive shopping centres in North America, Square One boasts a sales per square foot of $1,082 and growing. The 2.2 million square foot retail destination's $580 million redevelopment is one of the most ambitious projects of its kind in North America and has Square One positioned to be the cornerstone of a connected and thriving city centre; one that inspires the community, maximizes business and living opportunities, and drives the overall growth and development in Mississauga's downtown core. For all the latest Square One happenings, follow @shopSQUAREONE on Twitter and Instagram and like SquareOne on Facebook. About Square One Shopping Centre Proudly managed by Oxford Properties, Square One is distinctively positioned as Canada's foremost fashion, lifestyle and entertainment destination with over 320 merchants including Holt Renfrew, Tiffany, Reds, Babaton, Simons, Apple, COS, Tory Burch, Crate and Barrel, and Links of London. Square One is owned by Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo) on behalf of its clients and Oxford Properties Group. Recognized for its dedication to present innovative, fashion-forward experiences, unexpected campaigns and social media collaborations. Square One is one of Canada's Top Ten most productive shopping centres, and in 2017 became only the second shopping centre in Canada to achieve $1 billion in annual retail sales. About Oxford Properties Group Oxford Properties Group is one of the world's premier real estate investment, development and management companies. Established in 1960, Oxford manages over $40 billion of real estate assets on behalf of its co-owners and investment partners, with a global portfolio spanning over 60 million square feet. We have offices across Canada and in London, Luxembourg, Boston, Washington DC and New York, with regional investment, development and management professionals who have deep real estate expertise and local market insight. Oxford is the global real estate arm of OMERS, the pension plan for Ontario's municipal employees. For more information about our hands-on approach to real estate, visit www.oxfordproperties.com. About Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo) AIMCo is one of Canada's largest and most diversified institutional investment managers with more than CAD 103 billion of assets under management, as at December 31, 2017. AIMCo was established on January 1, 2008 with a mandate to provide superior long-term investment results for its clients. AIMCo operates at arms-length from the Government of Alberta and invests globally on behalf of 32 pension, endowment and government funds in the Province of Alberta. For more information please visit www.aimco.alberta.ca. AIMCo's $13.6 billion of net equity invested in real estate includes Core strategy assets, comprising long term, direct investments in quality office, retail, industrial and multi-unit residential properties located in Canada's major cities, and Foreign Program assets, comprising opportunistic investments targeted to quality real estate assets, in markets with long term growth characteristics, and supported by strong local management teams.
  9. http://urbantoronto.ca/news/2018/06/first-tenant-announced-160-front-west-office-tower Yet another office tower is underway in Downtown Toronto, with Cadillac Fairview’s announcement that a new 46-storey tower at 160 Front Street West will begin construction in 2019. The $800 million, AS + GG Architecture-designed office tower will add 1.2 million square feet of office space and 12,290 square feet of retail space to the west edge of the Financial District, responding to historic lows in office vacancies. First Tenant Announced for 160 Front West Office Tower (46s or 240M)
  10. One Yonge: Phase 1 (65s) shorter building picture by cc66
  11. Massy Tower (60s) Massey Tower by Jimmy Wu, on Flickr