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Comprising 15 townhouses as well as 396 studios and one- and two-bedroom units in two high rises, Radio City provides residential ownership opportunities in the predominantly rental market of Toronto, Ontario’s Church Street neighborhood. Because the neighborhood is commonly referred to as Toronto’s “gay village,” the project’s marketing plan targeted gay men. Part of a public/private partnership, Radio City shares the site with Canada’s National Ballet School (NBS). Developer Context Development Inc., bought the site in 2000 and sold half of it to the NBS for CAN$1 in exchange for height and density bonuses from the city.
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Case Study/Profile Type: DCS
World Region: North America
Developer(s): Context Development Inc
Designer(s): Urban Strategies