Rockport has submitted a rezoning and site plan application to develop the site at 4884-4896 Dundas Street West with a new 12-storey mixed-use building while retaining a portion of the existing heritage building at the east end of the site.
In December 2021, PEC Community Partners Inc. purchased the Loch-Sloy Business Park, an approximately 750-acre property in Prince Edward County, Ontario, and the former site of a World War II training base. In its next chapter, the site will serve as home to one of the country’s largest mixed-use development communities. In May 2022, the former base was renamed and has reopened as Base31: A destination in progress for art, culture, community, and events. PEC Community Partners Inc. is a group of community builders including Tercot Communities, DECO Communities, PEC Placemaking, and Rockport Group. Learn more at base31.ca
A fully entitled 23-storey mixed-use building designed by Wallman Architects on the east side of Mt. Pleasant Road, just south of Eglinton Avenue in Davisville Village.
A fully entitled 13-storey luxury, large suite residential development targeting move-down buyers from the surrounding community. Situated just west of Mt. Pleasant Road on Merton Street in Midtown Toronto, the building is designed by Wallman Architects, with landscaping by Janet Rosenberg & Studio.