Author: Anastasia Testani

By Brian Brown Lifetime Developments As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a lot of discussion surrounding moving outside of city centres. With offices shifting to a work-from-home or more flexible structure, individuals have been choosing to avoid the downtown premiums, and consider homebuying...

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Liberty Market Tower, the third and final phase of Lifetime Developments’ 16-year redevelopment project in Toronto’s Liberty Village, is about a year away from completion. Liberty Market Tower follows Liberty Market Building (which contains office and retail space) and Liberty Market Lofts condos on Lifetime’s six-acre...

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An application submitted to the City seeks rezoning to bring a 65-storey, Wallman Architects-designed condominium tower to the block west of Midtown Toronto's Yonge-Eglinton intersection. The proposal by Lifetime Developments at 36 Eglinton West would rise 220 metres high on the northeast corner with Duplex...

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The recent removal of the Gardiner Expressway's Yonge-York-Bay off-ramp in Downtown Toronto in favour of the Lower Simcoe Street ramp has opened up the south side of Harbour Street east of Simcoe for redevelopment. Last year, the 1.24-acre site at 200 Queens Quay West, currently an eight-storey above-ground...

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Three months after a topping out party for Lifetime Developments and Knightstone's Whitehaus Condominiums, construction of the 31-storey condominium tower on Yonge Street north of Eglinton is continuing under changed conditions. Physically-distanced crews safely work away to complete the Diamond Schmitt Architects and Turner Fleischer Architects-designed development, one of the many ways the...

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A 16-year redevelopment of the six-acre Liberty Market complex in Toronto's Liberty Village neighbourhood has entered its third and final phase, with the ongoing construction of Lifetime Developments' Liberty Market Tower. The final addition to the site is a 28-storey Wallman Architects-designed mixed-use tower which will bring 281...

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LIFETIME DEVELOPMENTS, GRAPHIC ARTIST BEN JOHNSTON AND TELEVISION REPORTER TYRONE EDWARDS COLLABORATE ON SEE YOU SOON TORONTO, INCLUDING LIMITED EDITION MERCHANDISE TO RAISE FUNDS FOR COVID-19 RELIEF EFFORTS 100% of proceeds to go to support frontline workers, the hospitality industry and mental health support services in...

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