RCMI - Condo - Nighttime Photo when out over the past weekend.
The residences at RCMI is testament to the new urban living which has taken over downtown Toronto. It is one of the first condo's ever built in the City with zero parking spots available for residents. There will be accommodation for 6 shared cares. The building carries over these Eco-Friendly design elements with smart technology and other environmental design markers to put it on the frontier of green living The building itself is located and squeezed between two existing office towers. The building itself will be designed to LEED standards, the interior spaces will match luxury and utility into one.
The building is located at the corner of University and Dundas on the southwest corner, and nearby the St. Patrick Subway.
RCMI - Condo Construction Updates:
Factoring The Toronto Economic Forecast 2013
What does the future hold for Toronto's Economy in the 2013 year? I'm doing a forecast based on a number of economic variables, to determine performance of our diversified economy and any external and internal impacts that might influence growth in the Golden Horseshoe Region (GTA). The factors that seem to have the most impact on Toronto is the Global Financial Markets, and Global Currency Markets, outside of that internal factors that determine the growth of the region are heavily tied to our skyscraper and construction industries now amounting to some 7% of Canadian GDP. And construction itself is tied to macro-economic factors such as National and Global Interest rates, or cost of money. So, one by one, we will factor each of these impacts on the Toronto Economy.