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Solmar Breaks Ground for Edge Towers in Mississauga

February 11, 2019 5:00 pm | by Jack Landau | 0 Comments

Mississauga's ongoing vertical growth spurt took another leap forward a few days ago, with Solmar Development Corporation breaking ground for the first phase of their Roy Varacalli-designed Edge Towers community on Hurontario Street. With Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie in attendance, last weekend's event marked the official start of construction for the three-tower project close by Square One.

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Redevelopment of Westside Mall Envisioned at Caledonia Station

February 14, 2019 12:45 pm | by Ryan Debergh | 2 Comments

Anticipation for Toronto's new Crosstown LRT continues to spur redevelopment visions from property owners along Eglinton Avenue seeking to densify lands near the stations. SmartREIT, the developer of SmartCentres big-box complexes who have recently moved into more urban-oriented development such as the transformation of Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, is looking to take advantage of the improved transit access to redevelop their Westside Mall property, a 140,000 square foot big-box complex anchored by a FreshCo, Canadian Tire and Dollar Tree. 

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https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2019/02/14/googles-sidewalk-labs-plans-massive-expansion-to-waterfront-vision.html

Google’s Sidewalk Labs plans massive expansion to waterfront vision

By Marco Chown OvedInvestigative Reporter

Thu., Feb. 14, 2019

Google’s futuristic development on the eastern waterfront, Quayside, is only the first step in an expansive and ambitious plan to build new neighbourhoods — and new transit — throughout the entire Port Lands, the Star has learned.

In return for its investment in this vision, Sidewalk Labs wants a share of the property taxes, development fees and increased value of city land that would normally go to city coffers.

Internal documents obtained by the Star show Sidewalk Labs plans to make the case that it is “entitled to … a share in the uptick in land value on the entire geography ... a share of developer charges and incremental tax revenue on all land.”

These future revenues, based on the anticipated increase in land value once homes and offices are built on the derelict Port Lands, are estimated to be $6 billion over the next 30 years. Even a small portion of this could amount to a large, recurring revenue stream diverted from the city into private hands.

Slides from a presentation given to parent company Alphabet in November, marked “proprietary and confidential,” show Sidewalk Labs does not intend to construct buildings on the majority of the Port Lands, but wants to benefit from its increased value once other developers build there.

The California-based tech giant envisions redevelopment on 350 acres in the Port Lands area — an area almost 30 times larger than Quayside — by financing underground infrastructure and a light rail line. The slides also indicate Google’s Canadian headquarters will be built on Villiers Island.

 

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21-Tower Development Proposed at 1920 Eglinton East

February 22, 2019 2:38 pm | by Ryan Debergh 

The Golden Mile, a stretch of big-box retail, industrial, restaurants, and office space along Eglinton Avenue in Scarborough, is poised for transformation with the coming of the Crosstown LRT. Redevelopment proposals covering much of the land on either side of Eglinton between Victoria Park and Warden avenues, that include land-use changes and significant density increases, have been submitted by developers and land-owners looking to find the new highest and best use for these expansive sites.

A consortium of property owners tied to the Madison Group has proposed an official plan amendment to bring 21 towers to 1920 Eglinton East. Bounded by Eglinton Avenue to the south, Hakimi Avenue to the west, Warden Avenue to the east, and Ashtonbee Road to the north, the development would bring 3,888 residential units, 74,229 ft² of office space, and 205,739 ft² of retail to 7.95 ha/19.64 acres on the redeveloping corridor.

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