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Budget:         $270 CAD million Important:  The status is pre-construction and the project is expected to start on the 1st of January 2019. Developer:  Great Gulf About:              The project was approved in the spring of 2017 and is designed by Frank Gehry in partnership with David Mirvish. Consisting of two towers, 92 and 82 floors respectively, when completed it will be among the tallest skyscapers in Toronto and Canada. The two towers will be located on either side of Duncan Street, in Toronto's King West neighbourhood, and be an impressive addition to the Toronto Skyline, right in t…

Budget:         TBD Important:   The site is approved for up to three towers with the initial concept design to potentially include 1,000 multi-family residential suites, retail and office space Developer:   Joint venture between InterRent, Trinity Developments and PBC Real Estate Advisors Inc. About:        “In a joint venture with Trinity Developments and PBC Real Estate Advisors Inc., InterRent purchased a third of the 3.6-acre site at 900 Albert St. for $14.2 million.” “The development owners have enlisted the services of Toronto-based B+H Architects and GGLO Design, a Seattle-based architect, for their combined internat…

Budget:         $1.1 billion US Important:   Construction began in 2015 and is expected to end by 2024. Overall, the Essex Crossing megaproject is comprised of nine sites spread out over six acres. Developer:   L+M Development Partners, Taconic Investment Partners and BFC Partners are developing Essex Crossing About:        June 15, 2017: “The first part of the project, which broke ground in 2015, will be done this October: a 14-story building near the entrance to the Williamsburg Bridge with 99 units of affordable senior housing, including apartments for as low as $396 a month. So far 60,000 people have entered that lottery…

Budget:         $1 billion US dollars Important:   A proposed 1.5 mile-long (2.4 km) people mover system and elevated railway that would provide service to LaGuardia Airport in Queens. Construction expected to begin in 2019, and expected to open in 2023. The Port Authority has approved $55 million in spending to move the project into its second planning phase. Developer:  Parsons Brinckerhoff Inc. About:        “One of the more contentious transit proposals that’s come from Cuomo’s office in the past few years is the AirTrain connecting LaGuardia Airport to Midtown. As proposed, the AirTrain would connect to the 7 train at t…

Budget:         $360 million CAD Important:     Construction is expected to begin in 2019 Developer:     Lamb Development Corp. in corporation with Movengo Developments About:        “Mixed-used condo project with two connected towers, 40 and 30-storeys plus, 618 units in all, and a retail component. Heritage mansion to be preserved on site.” “The Television City project, valued at $360 million, will contain 619 units in connected towers of 40 and 30 storeys on 44,000 square feet of property. Other proposed features include restaurants, an infinity pool, fitness centre, sky club and public access parkland. Lamb also plans to…

Budget:         $1.6 billion US dollars Developer:   Collaboration between Empire State Development and three private partners—Related, Vornado, and Skanska About:        “It may have taken more than two decades to get here, but Moynihan Station is finally becoming a reality. The plan for a revamped Penn Station at the James A. Farley Post Office building has been in the works since the early ’90s, when it was championed by the late Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, but—as tends to happen—it was waylaid by bureaucratic shenanigans and financial woes, among other things. But in recent years, the project has actually gained steam, with Governor…
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