Toronto turning to combination condo, long-term care home to help seniors stay downtown

Toronto seniors are struggling with a scarcity of quality long-term care beds and affordable housing units.  Soon, one downtown building will have both.  The Rekai Centres, which has run long-term care homes in the city dating back to 1955, and Options for Homes, builders of some 3,100 affordable units in Ontario, have partnered to buy a plot of land in the West Don Lands — at the intersection of Front Street East and Cherry Street.    Read the article…………….


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