Poppin’ back up in the news again is the uncertain future of Toronto’s proposed Rail Deck Park. When it was first announced in 2016, the idea was met with open arms. The public loved it, and how could they not? The city promised its dwellers urban gold in its most coveted form, outdoor green [...]
Our favourite thing about our home town is that there is absolutely a neighbourhood for everyone. This week we’re zeroing in on this notion and putting the spotlight on the Entertainment District. Not only is this neighbourhood full of life, it truly has something for everyone, or maybe all of your personas.
Change is in the air down at Front and Spadina. We’re taking a look at new development The Well: a multi-faceted development that will serve as a spectacular one-stop-shop community.
In this month’s Neighbourhood Spotlight we take a look at another upcoming and HOT neighbourhood in Toronto, Queen & Broadview. We talk breweries, The Broadview Hotel, rising condo prices, Riverside Square Condos and a few more neighbourhood highlights.
In this month’s Neighbourhood Spotlight we take a look at Toronto’s latest upcoming area, Greenwood and The Danforth. We talk gentrification, rising house prices, Platform Condos, and a few neighbourhood highlights.
The Toronto real estate market stats for July 2017 are out. We've broken them down by detached, semi-detached, freehold and condos. As well as by east, central and west Toronto. Where does your property stand?
The plan, which kick-started in March, is to develop a 1.75km route below the Gardiner Expressway into a multi-use trail that connects seven city neighbourhoods: City Place, Wellington Place, Bathurst Quay, Fort York, Niagara, Liberty Village and Exhibition Place. We can’t wait to see this project come to fruition!
We’re always told to dream big as kids. However, those wild and crazy ideas your imagination is capable of seem to quickly disappear as you get older. This isn’t the case for architect Tye Farrow. Inspired by places like Ontario Place and the Science Centre, Farrow is putting a creative spin on a Toronto staple: The Bloor Viaduct.
The Toronto real estate market is NOT a buyer’s market and it’s actually much healthier than what the media has been projecting. Toronto real estate may have slowed as far as sales are concerned but that isn’t the whole picture.