Stalled residential projects in Toronto are fuelling housing shortage, experts say

Construction on a four-storey luxury condo in Forest Hill began seven years ago, but residents say the property hasn’t been worked on regularly for at least two years. Experts say the project has put a spotlight on a problem that has been fuelling the city’s housing shortage: multi-residential building projects that start — then appear to stall.

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