Posted on August 4, 2022
Marlin Spring Partners with Habitat for Humanity to Provide 90+ Affordable Housing Units within Two Toronto Developments

Marlin Spring is pleased to announce zoning approval for two of its development projects in Toronto that will provide more than 90 affordable rental homes, in partnership with Habitat for Humanity.

City Council approved a proposal to develop and construct a 26-storey condominium building at 316-336 Campbell Road in Toronto in the Junction Triangle neighbourhood. The building will contain approximately 315 residential units, of which 21 will be affordable rental co-ops as well as an additional 9 rental replacement units.

City Council also approved plans to develop and construct a multi-tower condominium development at 1978-2002 Lake Shore Blvd. West in Toronto. The 36 and 20-storey buildings will sit on top of a 5-storey podium and will provide 600+ homes, including 61 affordable rental units. 

Marlin Spring congratulates its development team for their tireless and successful accomplishment. It has always been important to Marlin Spring to be active community partners and to continue to close the supply-demand housing gap in neighbourhoods that are close to transit and numerous amenities. 

This achievement exemplifies Marlin Spring’s mission of delivering exceptional real estate value to all its stakeholders with an uncompromising adherence to its core values.

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