The Toronto Developer planning a large commercial project in Brighton still doesn’t have an anchor tenant..
Carmine Nigro of Craft Development says the company has yet to confirm any tenants. The retail complex was supposed to become home to Tim Horton’s and Canadian Tire.
The Ontario Municipal Board ruled in favour of Craft’s appeal for a proposed amendment to the Official Plan in February to redesignate land on Elizabeth Street to allow a retail and service commercial development. The first phase of the 18.4 acre development must include an anchor tenant with a maximum gross floor area of 4,350 square metres.