From dream home to unholy mess

Stories of building delays are not uncommon on the front lines of Toronto’s condo craze.  But when Tracey DaSilva bought in the Union Lofts in the Junction Triangle four years ago, she expected her inconvenience and uncertainty would eventually be rewarded with the key to a dream home in a boutique church conversion in one of the city’s coolest neighbourhoods.  Instead, she was handed a refund for her deposit and builder upgrades and now faces the prospect of watching the developer resell the original condos for a higher price.     Read the article………….


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