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Born-again plaza to enhance Sony Centre: Knelman

There’s a lot going on this season at the Sony Centre, but the most dazzling coming attraction might be the long-delayed West Plaza, on track to open before summer 2016.

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Junction Triangle development to preserve the area’s history while moving in a modern direction

Castlepoint Numa’s ‘Lower JCT’ to accommodate business, greenspaces, childcare and affordable housing.

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Sterling Rd. gets an artistic polish

Not that it had a choice. Its old home was being cratered for — what else? — condos. But Sterling, a two-lane band of roadway that dips north from Dundas St. W. near Lansdowne Ave., is one of those urban industrial zones easily missed from street level.

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Developer, Nestle at odds over west end industrial land

A major developer, the city, residents and Nestlé are squabbling over what to do with a patch of industrial land in the city’s west end.

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CTV Toronto: Rejuvenating the Waterfront

President of Castlepoint Numa and owner of Pinewood Toronto Studios, Alfredo Romano, speaks to CTV about the potential of the industrial grounds of the Toronto portland.

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Peter Kuitenbrouwer: Protecting our waterfront

To the south is the Keating Channel, an inlet into Lake Ontario built for the shipping trade. To the north and east curves the Martin Goodman Trail. To the west rise abandoned silos, and beyond them spreads downtown Toronto. Surrounding this 5.5-hectare piece of waterfront land is a chain-link fence topped with barbed wire.

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Score one for ‘virtual brokers’

The GTA’s new homes industry is not known for innovation. That is what makes Cityzen Developments and Fernbrook Homes remarkable.

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Let’s not be waterfront wannabes

When Toronto compares itself to Chicago, it suffers from waterfront envy. Torontonians who visit the Windy City often marvel at the swath of parkland that graces its Lake Michigan edge. Why can’t Toronto do something like that?

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Waterfront Toronto’s work so far: A critic’s report card

The Globe and Mail ranks some of the most prominent projects on the Toronto Waterfront, including our future development at C3 designed by Claude Cormier + Associés.

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Partnership saves a city landmark and adds a new one

Has Daniel Libeskind, reigning architectural superstar, become the provocateur Toronto’s elite loves to hate? By reshaping two of the city’s most important venues, he has clearly rattled a lot of influential people with a preference for all things safely understated.

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