Throwback Thursday: Low Density Cleansed Away on Dundas Rest of the world

Dundas Street West’s path because of west end Toronto neighbourhoods is attracting plenty of developing, making for interesting transitions from lower density to raised density uses. This week’s Throwback Thursday covers real estate investment change in the Runnymede space, where a car wash production facility has recently been replaced as well new residential development. Exploring back to August, 2018, some facing south across Dundas showed the car wash fenced off, with evidence of demolition prep work visible more so than the fence. A efficiency notice board posted toward demolition fencing offered one particular preview of what was that would come.

3385 Dundas West, Toronto, Throwback Thursday Looking southern region across Dundas to 3385 Dundas West, 2018, dessin by Forum contributor Ottawan

It would be almost another year before the new commercial rental project at 3385 Dundas Western was established and demolition cleared this website for redevelopment. Now within a year and a half into design and approaching three years when you realize above photo was consumed, the new seven-storey  development available for Terra Firma Homes ,   Habitat with regard to Humanity ,   and  YYZed Months Management is certainly structurally complete. The building  is now wearing more of dwelling final design by  AJ Tregebov Need to be as metal cladding installation encloses the lower abilities. The 131-unit rental is always to include 8 “Habitat Units” secured through Habitat just for Humanity’s joint affordable the real estate sector ownership initiative with the Associated with Toronto to support low-income home users.

3385 Dundas Gulf, Toronto, Throwback Thursday Looking south across Dundas to 3385 Dundas W., 2021, image by Discussion board contributor ProjectEnd

We shall return next week with an added look at the changing face involved with Toronto. In the meantime, you can file your own Throwback Thursday reviews in our dedicated  Forum thread   for your chance to continually be featured in next week’s edition.

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