This is an UrbanToronto industry update, sharing information and status updates from across the industry to keep our readers informed. We provide updates regarding rules, regulations and changes being made as a result of the pandemic impacting the Toronto real estate and construction industry.
In today’s review: One-story suite, considered the most important feature by Canadians looking to age in place; RE/MAX Canada Award Winner Announced at R4 Event in Las Vegas; Awarded contract for Lakeshore West infrastructure improvement project; and more news.
Financial District, image by UT Forum contributor mburrrrr
Government Notices and Announcements:
Contract awarded for Lakeshore West infrastructure improvement project
Preferred Advocate Selected for Grandview Children’s Center Redevelopment Project
Building feedback sought for the City of Vaughan
Mayor Tory marks the reopening of ArtworxTO Hubs across the city
City of Toronto enters roadmap exit step of province’s COVID-19 reopening
Private Sector/Other Communications and Announcements:
RE/MAX: Greater Toronto Area Housing Market: 25-Year Comparison
RE/MAX: The RE/MAX Canada Awards winners were announced at the R4 event in Las Vegas
Metrolinx: Metrolinx unveils deals that are helping thousands of GO Transit and UP Express riders save money
Royal LePage: One story suite considered the most important feature by Canadians looking to age in place
RESCON: RESCON urges province to adopt Affordable Housing Task Force recommendations
Mondaq: From Rebates to Taxes: The Evolution of the Tax Treatment of Vacant Properties in Ontario
How to book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment
REMINDER: Download the COVID Alert App today
Everyone from builders to brokers to property managers are encouraged to offer tips on what work and events have been halted, what’s going on and how their businesses have been affected by the various closures.