Toronto needs to think outside the box — or the condo tower — when it comes to solving its housing challenges. Put another way: "It's time to hack the condo model," says the executive director of the Ryerson City Building Institute.
City needs to implement solutions to housing crunch 'as swiftly as possible,' report says
Homebuyers enticed by new condos, Union Pearson Express
Today, on a beautiful warm September morning, a crowd gathered to witness the first stage in the building of The Humber, an Options For Homes condominium – a symbolic demolition of the existing buildings on the site.
Canadians across the country are closely watching the countdown to the legalization of cannabis this summer, with many businesses clamouring to join the multi-billion dollar pot industry. A Toronto housing developer, however, is bucking the trend by selling the GTA's first "smokeless" condominium.
A forthcoming residential building along the Humber River is promising that, when complete, it will be the first-ever completely smokeless condo building in the GTA.