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by ARECA on February 6, 2013
ARECA continues to register a voice for the community throughout the many development processes currently in play, especially in the Yonge-Eglinton sector. This involves attending meetings and preparing comments to inform all stakeholders. In this we are assisted by Terry Mills in his capacity as a...(More)
by Karolyn Coorsh on November 29, 2011
Talk of redevelopment has returned to Yonge and Eglinton, this time with a focus on the northeast corner, where high profile developers want to build a 60-storey mixed-use tower.

A developer triumvirate of Riocan, Bazis International and Metropia are rumoured to be submitting a...(More)
by Christopher Reynolds on April 8, 2010
On April 1, city council gave the green light to a redevelopment that will see a radical reshaping of one of Toronto’s most important intersections, Yonge and Eglinton.     

In the years and months leading up to the approval of developer Riocan’s plans to build a...(More)
by Christopher Reynolds on March 30, 2010
Residents opposed to a plan to build retail over an open square at Yonge and Eglinton may have lost a key battle, but vow to keep waging war.

On March 9, North York Community Council voted to recommend a bylaw change that would allow property owners RioCan to add five and seven stories...(More)
by Christopher Reynolds on February 16, 2010
It was a citizens uprising, albeit a polite one.

During a public meeting organized by Councillor Karen Stintz, intended to be an informal question and answer session between stakeholders involved in a redevelopment application for the Yonge Eglinton Centre, a group of vocal residents...(More)
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