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The Case for Diversifying Development

Toronto needs to focus on the "missing middle"—townhouses and mid-rise buildings. Though Toronto continues to add housing at a rapid pace compared to many of its counterparts, it might not surprise you that new development is largely concentrated in the form of high-rise condominiums. Our downtown in particular has seen a remarkable transformation as new housing and new residents have brought new life to districts that […] The post The Case for Diversifying Development appeared first on Torontoist.
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