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Minto Apartment REIT recorded third-quarter revenues of $27.6 million, representing a year-over-year gain of 31 per cent. Much of this reflected a series of property acquisitions over the past year. Revenues were up 5.1 per cent excluding the impact of the properties that were added.
Gone are the days of bleak, cookie-cutter buildings with tiny units and zero amenities. Instead, there are a growing number of units with high-end finishes and perks such as urban gardens and soundproof music studios. In the downtown core, at King and Bathurst, Minto Apartments' Niagara West is home to a “rooftop playground” that includes a swimming pool, lush greenery, a dog run and fire pits.
Minto Communities is doubling down on the effects of mixed-use with plans for two new projects - Minto Westside, near Front Street and Bathurst Street, and Oakvillage, a 200-townhome development at Dundas Street and Trafalgar Road in Oakville, Ontario.
Minto Communities has announced the launch of two condominium projects on Adelaide Street West in Toronto. The Saint will be a 47-storey tower while 123 Portland will have 114 units in a 14-storey building, stated an October 2nd release.
Minto Communities will launch two residential condominiums on the east and west ends of downtown Toronto that address historic supply constraints in the core. The Saint is a 47-storey tower located at 89 Church Street and 123 Portland, a 14-storey building that brings sophisticated, spacious residences in the heart of the Fashion District at Adelaide Street West and Portland Street.
Minto Communities has built (and furnished) a home, creating a buzz-worthy fundraiser that sees millions raised for the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario. Here, five things that caught everyone's eye about this year’s house, which is located in Stittsville, Ottawa.
Minto Communities GTA will launch sales for two downtown Toronto condominiums this month as it focuses significant resources on a major pipeline of development projects in the city.
Minto Communities will launch sales for two downtown Toronto condominiums as it focuses significant resources on a major pipeline of development projects in the city. The intimate 123 Portland will be built on the site of a former Para Paints store and three two-storey attached townhouses at 502 Adelaide Street West and 119, 121 and 123 Portland Street. The Saint will be built at 89 Church Street near Adelaide and will occupy the site of a parking lot and a building scheduled for demolition.
Michael McLean and his wife Lisa were introduced to Minto Communities' Latitude Margaritaville by a friend who said she was building a house in Daytona Beach. The former Seminole County Commissioner heard about the beach club in Ormond-by-the-Sea and the idea of having access to a private oceanfront club that provided a shuttle to and from the community was attractive to him.
Two new condos have been announced for Toronto’s downtown core. Minto Communities’ 123 Portland and The Saint will occupy the east and west ends of Adelaide Street West, respectively, offering “contrasting takes on downtown urban living.”