Cadillac Fairview purchased Don Mills and Lawrence site
No public plan revealed yet for redevelopment
(Written Jan. 26 for Town Crier)
Cadillac Fairview has purchased this Donway W post office site, but has yet to announce plans for the land. Town Crier file photo.
Cadillac Fairview is expanding its real estate empire in Don Mills.
The developer recently acquired a soon-to-be shut Canada Post outlet on The Donway West. This is their newest acquisition at Lawrence and Don Mills, where the developer has built Shops on Don Mills. There is also a massive $225 million development of retail, office space and residential towers waiting in the wings.
Cadillac Fairview is leasing the property to Canada Post until the end of February when the post office at 169 The Donway West will close and move operations to Wynford Drive. Continue reading
Canada Post’s selling its Donway site
Local rep wants city to consider land for ice rink replacement
(Written July 30 for Town Crier.)
Councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong wants the city to consider The Donway site as a possible location for new city ice rink.
A soon-to-be vacant post office in Don Mills could be an opportunity to acquire land for a new city ice arena in Don Mills, says Councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong.
The site, at 169 The Donway West, is for sale. It’s located near the Don Mills Civitan Arena, an aging facility the city is trying to replace by 2020, when developer Cadillac Fairview takes over that site as part of its residential redevelopment.
The city’s in search of an affordable and suitable spot for a new ice arena in Don Mills and Minnan-Wong said the post office site is worth exploring.
“I heard it was on the market,” Minnan-Wong said July 29. “There were lots of rumours.”
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