Toronto parish wants to partner with condo developer to rebuild aging church
Cranes are in the sky all over Toronto, and one Catholic parish is taking advantage of the city's condo craze to revitalize an aging church.
St. Monica's Parish in midtown is working with builder Collecdev on a plan to tear down the existing church on Broadway Avenue and rebuild it adjacent to a 44-storey residential condo tower...
Redevelopment of St. Monica’s Church Proposed at 44 Broadway Avenue
Developer Collecdev is proposing a kind of mixed-use development we don't often see in Toronto: a high-rise condominium with a church at its base. Proposed to be constructed on the site of St. Monica's Roman Catholic Church at 44 Broadway Avenue near Yonge and Eglinton...
Toronto church to be transformed into massive condo development
Yet another church conversion is in the works for Toronto, according to a development application filed with the city on Wednesday.
St. Monica's Roman Catholic Church, established in 1906, can be found in the increasingly condo-dense Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood at 44 Broadway Avenue...