Condos focus of largest Toronto building permits in July

250 Church St.
250 Church St.

Ontario Construction News staff writer

Toronto issued $1,184,943,152 in July building permits, compared to $1,101,793,692 in permits issued in June.

All of the top five permits are condos or mixed-use residential projects.

Here are the top five permits, listed in order of recorded value.

$195 million – 38 Annie Craig Dr. 

The Water’s Edge project is a 56-storey structure including a four-level podium, with approximately 607 units.

Richmond Architects has designed the condominium for developer/builder The Conservatory Group.

308 Jarvis
308. Jarvis

$130 million – 308 Jarvis St.

Jac Condos is a 34-storeys mixed-use building designed by Turner Fleischer for Graywood Developments and Phantom Developments on the west side of Jarvis Street south of Carlton Street, Urban Toronto has reported. Project engineers include Grounded Engineering Inc., Valcoustics Canada Ltd., EQ Building Performance Inc. andnd Rebar Enterprises Inc.

$100 million – 250 Church St.

Urban Toronto says CentreCourt has been refining its plans to redevelop the southwest corner of Church and Dundas streets. The updated plan calls for a 52-storey mixed use tower to replace a Pizza Pizza retailer and a parking lot previously on the site.

$75 million – 500 Dupont St.

Turner Fleischer Architects also designed this 1555 unit condo building for developer Lifetime Developments. Engineering services are being provided by WSP, Jablonsky, Ast and Partners, JSW + Associate, Grounded Engineering Inc., Able Engineering Inc. and Isothem Engineering Ltd., Urban 

200 keewatin$59 million – 200 Keewatin Ave.

Freed Developments and Trollybus Urban Developments Inc. Are building this four-storey townhome project designed by Raw Design.

See the complete lists of building permit applications received and building permits issued.


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