Re-imagining Yonge Street

Toronto’s once-derelict main street is in the midst of the most remarkable transformation in its history, with more than 20,000 condos that will house more than 30,000 people — the population of Orillia — under construction or in the planning stages.

And that’s just in a seven-kilometre stretch from Lake Ontario to the hotbed of midtown condo construction at Yonge St. and Eglinton Ave.

The implications are massive. Whole blocks could be revived or razed, more people will cram the subway and sidewalks, and there will be even more urban kids needing schools.

Read the article in The Star HERE.

 The Toronto Star: Yonge and St. Joseph St., where MOD Developers has opted to build its condo towers atop a historic warehouse just behind a historic block of Yonge st. and have specialized heritage architects meticulously restore/build the stores in front of the condo tower.  (SUSAN PIGG)  

The Toronto Star: Yonge and St. Joseph St., where MOD Developers has opted to build its condo towers atop a historic warehouse just behind a historic block of Yonge st. and have specialized heritage architects meticulously restore/build the stores in front of the condo tower.  (SUSAN PIGG)