townhomes

New forms of housing are stacking up

The GTA land development and home building industry is constantly innovating and looking for ways to meet housing demand and provide consumer with affordable housing options while still complying with provincially mandated Growth Plan density targets.






market

New ground-oriented homes surpass $1 million

The average price of available new single-family ground-oriented homes in the GTA has now surpassed $1 million.






buildings

2016 a record year for GTA new high-rise sales

More than 35 million people now call Canada home, according to data released by Statistics Canada last week. That’s five per cent growth since 2011, when the population was 33.5 million, the highest rate of growth among G7 countries.






market

Housing prices continue to grow as supply trends downwards

Lack of new housing supply continues to escalate prices and average prices for both new single-family detached houses and high-rise condos in the GTA reached unprecedented levels in November.






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High-rise sales on track for record, while prices of new homes continue to climb

Prices for all types of new homes in the GTA continue to set records while sales of new high-rise homes are on pace for an unprecedented year.






parkland

Are we building complete communities today and for the future?

As an industry, we strive to build complete communities where residents can live, work and play.






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Our neighbourhoods are intensifying as the GTA grows up and not out

Across the GTA our neighbourhoods are intensifying and it’s affecting all of us.






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Building industry hosts affordable housing forum

The inadequate supply of affordable housing is a massive and growing problem in the GTA, and one that governments at all levels are actively working to address.






housekeys

What does a new detached home cost in the GTA?

The average price of a new detached home in the GTA now exceeds $1 million. This is a significant threshold that a lot of people won’t be able to meet and it’s largely happening because there aren’t enough homes out there to satisfy demand. We’ve all seen signs of demand outpacing supply; lineups in the winter to get into new…






onecole

Provincial budget needs to include transit funds

The Ontario government is set to table its budget next week and now, more than ever, the funding of transit infrastructure across the GTA needs to be a major component of it.