“Density can also be a tool for keeping housing prices low, especially in desirable areas. As more people flock to city centres looking to purchase housing, availability will be a critical aspect influencing price.
With Toronto’s growing population, projects like Mirvish+Gehry are architecturally stunning contributions towards progressive urban development. The buildings will create 1,950 units of housing with a relatively modest footprint. Additionally, Mirvish+Gehry will have space for over 2000 bikes, anticipating that most residents will live and work downtown, having little need for a car.”