Globe and Mail – April 11, 2018
When developers Daniels and Diamond Corp. began looking at a large development site on Sheppard Avenue East, near Markham Road, in the northeastern reaches of Toronto a few years ago, the two firms could have gone high, as most builders choose to do in this market. The property, culled from the holdings of Build Toronto, a city agency that sells surplus municipal real estate, will someday be served by rapid transit and was zoned for 12 to 18 storeys and as many as 357 condos. A high-rise went up just to the south a few years ago.
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