Toronto condo at centre of party and bottle tossing investigation not short-term rental: property manager
The property manager of a downtown Toronto condo where bottles were thrown from a unit 35 floors up to the streets below is denying claims by Toronto police that the suite was a short-term rental unit.
Faisal Fiaz told CTV News Toronto that the unit at York Street and Lakeshore Boulevard was rented as a one-year lease to a tenant who was at a party in the unit— and the landlord is taking steps to make sure nothing like that happens again.
“She’s a long-term tenant, and we will be going to the landlord-tenant board to have her evicted because of her actions, so we can revoke her lease,” Fiaz said in an interview.
On Sunday, police shut down the street next to the building and found themselves pelted with bottles from the party. Seven people were…