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Montreal developer looks to make a splash with Don River development
JUN 04, 2021  |  TRNTO.com
Montreal-based developer, Broccolini, is launching a new project called LeftBank this month. LeftBank features a 34-storey condo on the west bank of the Don River. The new condominium concept aligns with the new vision for Toronto’s River District, which is to combine nature with city living.
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THE REVITALIZATION OF TORONTO’S DON RIVER VALLEY PROGRESSES WITH HIGH-RISE RESIDENTIAL REDEVELOPMENT AND TRAIL RENOVATION
JUN 01, 2021  |  Revitalization.org
Long-time readers of REVITALIZATION might remember that we’ve featured various brownfield redevelopment, ecological restoration and adaptive reuse stories from the Don River Valley of Toronto, Ontario, Canada over the years.
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Redeveloping Toronto neighbourhood to create urban edge with 34-storey tower
MAY 26, 2021  |  Construction Canada
Montréal-based developer Broccolini is constructing LeftBank, a 34-storey high-rise condominium along the Don River in Toronto.
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LeftBank condo in River District launching in June
MAY 25, 2021  |  REMI Network
The 34-storey LeftBank condo in the Don River area of Toronto is launching next month, ahead of an eight-month closure of the soon-to-be upgraded Don Valley River Trail.
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Toronto’s Regent Park youth program receives $25,000 from developer
DEC 23, 2020  |  Toronto.com
A Regent Park program that serves children and youth will help feed some 200 families through the winter months thanks to a donation from a local developer.
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