Established in 1982 by the Washington D.C.-based National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), The Nationals is NAHB’s largest and most prestigious awards competition, highlighting North America’s best new-home sales and marketing. Minto Communities GTA took home several awards across many categories, with three different projects in the region given specific honours.
Minto Communities GTA will debut its first multi-residential geoexchange energy system with the launch of North Oak condo, the fourth phase of the Oakvillage community, in Oakville, Ontario.
There is change happening in many parts of Oakville, but particularly in the north end of the city in and around Trafalgar Road and Dundas Street East. Minto Communities GTA and Distrikt continue to expand their footprint in Oakville with a variety of different housing projects.
More and more condos are being developed in Toronto with their own coworking spaces. At The Saint project, by Minto Communities GTA, there will be a 52nd floor coworking hub with WiFi, a kitchen, green roofs and a connection to outdoor terraces, as well as a ground floor co-working lobby lounge.
The Saint, Minto Communities GTA's and the Wallman Architects-designed project was resubmitted to the City for Site Plan Approval (SPA) in the final days of 2020. The latest SPA application follows a previous submission from June, 2020, addressing comments and concerns laid out by City staff regarding the 46-storey condominium tower's specifics.
Construction of Minto Communities GTA's latest addition to Toronto's Fashion District has been under construction at the corner of Portland and Adelaide streets since mid-2020. Now, 123 Portland Street is gearing up for vertical construction as the 14-storey Sweeny &Co Architects-designed boutique luxury building progresses past an early milestone.
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.