Describes the New Town of York - MTCC 573 - and gives a brief history of our location. There is also a link to the Condominium Act, which governs us. The Declaration, By-Laws and Rules of all Condominium Corporations in Ontario must be in conformity with the Act.
This page has contact information for the Property Manager, Superintendent and Emergency Assistance.
Provides access to a copy of the Declaration of MTCC 573. The Declaration is the 'constitution' of a condominium corporation and must be in conformity with the Act.
The New Town of York has two By-laws, this page provides access to both of them. By-Laws must be in conformity with the Act and the Declaration.
The New Town of York has Rules that aim to make living here pleasant for everyone, the current Rules can be accessed here. Rules must be in conformity with the Act, the Declaration and the By-Laws.
OWNER AND RESIDENT A-Z
This page provides general information on living at the New Town of York and answers some common questions. Residents and owners and potential purchasers are urged to consult it before contacting the Superintendent, the Property Manager or a Board member.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM BOARD OF DIRECTORS
About every 6 weeks the Board of Directors of MTCC 573 produces Highlights, these are emailed to owners and residents. This page provides access to copies of Highlights.
LINKS TO LOCAL INFORMATION, ORGANIZATIONS AND GROUPS
This page provides links to the websites of local groups and of the City of Toronto, the TTC and Toronto Hydro etc.
From time to time the Board and the Property Manager distribute information to owners and residents, this page provides copies of documents which are of continuing interest. It also has links to pdf versions of the plans of our building and copies of the original 1981 sales brochures of the Units.
MTCC 573 has a number of forms that are needed to, among other things, reserve the lounge, reserve an elevator, apply for permission to renovate or do alterations to a Unit and for informing the Corporation of rentals or changes in the Residents of units. pdf versions of all our forms are available here and they can be filled in online, though they must be submitted on paper.
A 2015 aerial shot, courtesy of Edward Skira (UrbanToronto)
The above photograph was taken on The Esplanade at the bottom of George Street in 1932
Toronto Bay at the foot of George Street 189? This photograph was taken about where The Esplanade is now.
Ariel view of our neighbourhood from early 1970's, New Town of York is on site of the red and white building east of the south St Lawrence Market.(There is a photo of it, The Diner, on the Introduction page of this website.)