14-storey towers near Richmond Hill's Ganesha Hindu Temple still on table despite pushback

A year after the Hindu community came out against a highrise development proposal near the Ganesha HIndu Temple in Richmond Hill, they were hit with an equivocal new plan – in which two 14-storey towers stayed.

Mansouri Living, a Richmond Hill real estate company, aspired to modify its plan for the vacant 4.12-hectare land – but not exactly in the direction that the Hindu community would like to see it go in.

Read Richmond Hill Liberal reporter Sheila Wang's story here.









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