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Check In, Breakfast, & Networking
State of the Multifamily and Condo Market
Omni King Edward Hotel, Toronto
37 King Street East
Toronto, ON MSC 1E9
Ballroom: Vanity Fair Ballroom, 2nd Floor
Valet- $48 CAD. Please note that spots are limited and a first-come, first-serve basis.
-Car Park Management Services (Toronto Street & Court Street)
-City Park (Leader Lane)
-Market Square Parking (Church Street)
Take a moment to admire the Toronto skyline because the next time you see it; you may not recognize it. But, even with all these new high rises a lack of product is still the main factor holding back multifamily development.
The addition of these high rises should help to stabilize the market as condo prices rose 19.5%.
With that being said, could all these new buildings cause an oversaturation of the market? Join us as Toronto’s top developers take a deeper look at trends and growth patterns that impact Multifamily and Highrise development throughout the city. Please send event questions and topic/speaker recommendations to Noah Ackerman at
1. With over 400 high rise projects in the works, Toronto is home to the most cranes in North America. Should developers be concerned with flooding the market with all these new high rises?
2. What can be done to help stabilize the market for condos as prices rose 19.5% last year, while residential home prices continue to soar?
3. Are condo communities, like the Sugar Wharf and The One, the answer to the housing crisis that face Toronto?
4. According to AY’s Commercial Real Estate review, the multifamily sector was the most stalled due to lack of product. How can developers keep pace with the fast growing multifamily market?
5. What new amenities and services are being offered by condo communities to help keep young families in Toronto?