FOUR-TOWER PROJECT PROPOSED FOR TORONTO SUBURB
A four-tower complex has been proposed in the Toronto suburb of Vaughan, Canada, reports. The proposal, for a site near a subway terminus at the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre (VMC) known as Block 3, envisions a large-scale, mixed-use development of four condominium high rises housing 1,800 units, plus ground-level retail, restaurants and new public spaces. The towers would stand 24, 29, 45 and 50 stories and would include podiums ranging from two to six stories topped with green roofs and outdoor amenities. Developer QuadReal Property Group submitted its plans, designed by IBI Group, to the Vaughan planning department.