A summary of the results of the annual survey, which offers analysis of the changes in the City’s economy over the past decade.
The Toronto Profile bulletin Development Pipeline provides an overview of where and how the City is growing.
This bulletin reports on Toronto’s condominium development trends since 2002 including units built and proposed through development applications. It examines condominium tenure, occupant demographics, geographic location, building type, and unit type (number of bedrooms) in these developments. It also reviews condominium sales prices, rental rates, and maintenance fees. The former City of Toronto previously published the Condominium Monitor series in 1984, 1985, and 1988, documenting the rapid growth of this form of housing in Toronto.
This study is about past housing demand patterns using the 1996, 2001, 2006 and 2016 Census and the 2011 National Household Survey.
Toronto’s history of growth and amalgamation have created a broad diversity of neighbourhood types, densities and residential zoning categories. This bulletin examines the characteristics and current intensification of Toronto’s Neighbourhoods to better understand the existing conditions and potential changes that could occur with increased as-of-right permissions for ground-oriented units.
The Right-Sizing Housing and Generational Turnover bulletin examines housing suitability, right-sizing, turnover, and downsizing in Toronto. This bulletin estimates how much new housing stock may be needed in the future if recent trends continue, and how much additional population could be housed in older generations’ dwellings when those dwellings turn over to younger generation households.
The Living in Downtown and the Centres Survey was conducted to learn more about those who live in these areas.
The Flashforward research paper projected population and employment for the city and for smaller areas within it from 1996 to 2031.