Earlier this year I posted updated statistics for the Grand River and Golden Horseshoe areas. Today, I’m focusing on Toronto and surrounding areas, including York, Peel and Durham.
As of August 8, 2017, Toronto had 2602 condominium corporations. Today, that number has grown to 2714. The last one registered is a 12 floor building with 642 units (about 180 of which appear to be parking or storage units).
As of August 8, 2017, York had 1240 condominium corporations. Today, that number is 1406! The last condominium registered has 372 units.
Peel had 1021 condominium corporations on August 8, 2017. As of today, Peel has 1054 condominium corporations. The last one registered is a mammoth with 975 units over 5 floors (in several buildings).
Finally, as of August 8, 2017, Durham had 285 condominium corporations. While it has the fewest condominium corporations, Durham continues to have impressive growth. It now has 308 condominium corporations. The last registered has 224 units.
As said in previous posts, the total number is not the number of active condominiums. Some condominiums have been terminated or amalgamated so the “real” numbers are less than those above. I understand the CAO is working on obtaining a list of the “real” number so hopefully it will be able to start releasing statistics to the public soon.
That’s it for now. Share this post and let me know what area you want statistics for next!