The average rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Toronto is going up, up, up. As international students and immigrants continue to arrive in Toronto, the rising rents could be bad news for them.
Several senior citizens now have new roofs over their heads, thanks to the opening of 59 new permanent modular homes in East York.
The lack of affordable housing has become a prominent issue for east-end residents in this year’s municipal election campaigns.
Toronto’s growing Gen Z population faces yet another roadblock ahead as real estate prices sky-rocket, and the future of owning a home looks bleak.
The city has launched its call for applications for its Open Door Affordable Rental Housing Program to build more affordable homes.
The city has announced it is buying two buildings, using a federal housing fund, to accommodate those in need.
Toronto’s latest hotel program, Pathway Inside, is moving many of its homeless residents into hotel spaces provided and run by the city. .
The city has been going forward with affordable homes after councillors overwhelmingly voted in favour of modular housing initiative.
Toronto’s new rental bylaws allow someone to rent out their entire principal residence or part of it for less than 28 consecutive days.
One affordable housing expert does not believe the investment in Mirvish Village is enough to address the city’s housing crisis.