Canada condo boom rolls on as buildings fall apart

While Toronto’s housing boom rolls on, some of the housing itself is falling apart.   Canada’s biggest city has more than 100,000 units under construction as developers and investors seek to cash in on condo prices that are up 25.7 percent in the city over the past five years. The trouble is, many buildings are so poorly constructed that some residents fear that the money-spinners of today could become the slums of the future.       Read more……….


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