By CYNTHIA REASONcreason@insidetoronto.comStaff photo/IAN KELSOHow does Etobicoke’s Humber Valley Village neighbourhood define community engagement?When it comes to the fight for the “heart” of their community – Humbertown Plaza – what that term has translated into over the past two years has been: a “Save Humbertown” lawn sign campaign that has reached 2,350 households; two overflowing […]
Etobicoke Guardian by Cynthia Reason Humber Valley Village residents have put their money where their mouths are – investing “tens of thousands of dollars” toward an alternative design for the controversial redevelopment of Humbertown Plaza. After many months of calling on First Capital Realty, the owners of the site at 270 The Kingsway, to produce
Global News visited Humbertown plaza on Thursday Mar. 14 2013 to discuss HVVRA’s design for Humbertown plaza and provide an update on discussions with FCR. Check out the news clip by CLICK HERE.
Article from the Globe And Mail, Friday Oct 19th, 2012 STEPHEN SPENCER DAVIS Special to The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Oct. 19 2012, 8:40 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Oct. 19 2012, 8:46 PM EDT In the affluent Humber Valley Village neighbourhood, density is a dirty word. A proposed development at the site of
Posted By: Siobhan Morris firstname.lastname@example.org · 9/16/2012 6:49:00 PM Toronto’s mayor says there’s “no way” he’ll allow an Etobicoke mall to be converted to 700 unit condo development. Speaking on Newstalk 1010’s The City, Rob Ford re-affirmed his opposition to the redevelopment of Humbertown Plaza near Royal York Rd & Dundas St W. The plan is to add 5 condo