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Schools in condos, mandatory affordable units: What does the future of vertical Toronto hold?

Earlier this week, CBC Toronto’s Dwight Drummond talked to chief city planner Jennifer Keesmaat about what the future looks like for Toronto families in increasingly vertical communities. The conversation is part of CBC Toronto’s Vertical City series. Our stories examine the realities of life for families, including those with children or seniors, in condos in the city and the challenges and lifestyle adjustments that come with family condo living. For the rest of the article click here

Here’s how condo dwellers are getting creative, hacking their spaces and forcing innovation

With nearly half of Torontonians living in apartments of some kind, squeezing into smaller spaces has led to some compromises and creative hacks to get around tight corners. And although the average size of a Toronto condo has grown compared to previous years — coming in now at 832 square feet — space is still a high-demand commodity. So some resident have taken matters into their hands. For the rest of the article click here