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Minto Communities GTA's 123 Portland Street, the 14-storey Sweeny &Co Architects-designed boutique luxury building coming to Toronto's Fashion District is celebrating big wins at the recent Ontario Home Builders’ Association (OHBA) Awards of Distinction.
The Town of Oakville and the Danish Consulate recently played host to a multi-disciplinary “hackathon” competition that left the winning team one step closer to a consulting gig with Minto Communities GTA on its Oakvillage development in Oakville, Ont.
One of Toronto's newest condo developments comes with its own meditation salt rock wall room and several other Zen-like features. The 47-storey condo building, called The Saint at 89 Church St., is a new condo development from Minto Communities GTA with interiors designed by Toronto-based Figure3.
Following back-and-forth planning with the City, Minto Communities GTA submitted Zoning By-law Amendments that would allow for 720 new purpose-built rental apartment units on the lands of 111 Pacific Avenue, 255 Glenlake Avenue, and 66 Oakmount Road — which Minto owns.
Minto Properties GTA received the zoning approval to add new buildings in amongst the existing buildings of the “Tower-in-the-Park” sites that were a popular urban planning approach in Toronto in the 60s and 70s.
At the corner of Portland and Adelaide streets, one such project from Minto Communities GTA is advancing through its early stages of construction. Named for its address at 123 Portland Street, the 14-storey Sweeny &Co Architects-designed boutique luxury building has been under construction since July.
Weeks after Minto Communities GTA held a ceremonial ground breaking for The Saint, their new condominium development at Church and Adelaide in Downtown Toronto, heavy equipment is arriving to begin work on the Wallman Architects-designed 46-storey tower.
The Minto Dream Home officially sold out! For decades, it’s a natural seasonal flow in Ottawa; autumn means imagining yourself living in a different home--the CHEO Dream Home. The elegant and brilliantly decorated home is the $2.8-million grand prize in the CHEO Dream of a Lifetime Lottery.
It’s been a dispiriting year so far for real estate investment trusts but if your main business is managing a string of more than 7,200 apartment suites across three provinces — as is the case with Ottawa-based Minto Apartment REIT — you really haven’t done a whole lot better.
Ottawa-based Minto Apartment REIT’s portfolio “continues to generate solid performance” despite the pandemic as rent collection rates were consistent with pre-COVID levels in the third quarter.