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.
Seeking to offer a unique retail and lifestyle experience to the Dufferin and Bloor area, this Capital Developments proposal is backed by an impressive who’s-who of urban planners, designers and architects. The proposal appears to offer the neighbourhood exactly what its residents have been asking for, and likely a few things they didn’t even know they needed.
Looks like the south-east core has a sexy new future in the works. Currently Canada’s largest commercial development, First Gulf is essentially creating a new city neighbourhood. It’s like a city within a city: office and retail spaces, parks and public spaces, restaurants and a huge new transit hub. Nothing has been forgotten!
THE WEST END BREW CRAWL YOU GOTTA TRY If you really want to experience a taste of West End living, you MUST visit the local breweries. Teeming with a growing number of microbreweries and gastro-pubs, the West End is a hotspot for natives and tourists alike. Various West End Breweries are smack dab in [...]
I’ve spent the last decade of my life engulfed in Toronto real estate, specifically investment and pre-construction properties. I know what will and won’t make a good return and let me tell you, it’s about a lot more than just the neighbourhood.
Marking the start of the Holiday season, Shop The Neighbourhood™ kicks off the busiest shopping period of the year with exclusive savings and deals offered by participating local businesses. Sandwiched between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, two shopping holidays which often drive shoppers across the border or online, Shop The Neighbourhood is a reminder [...]
The Drake General Store is a traditional hotel gift shop, a classic general store, a flea market stand, and a museum shop all rolled into one. We love classic and modern goods that fill us with whimsy and nostalgia. We love things that are sensible and things that are not so sensible. We love [...]
Contemporary abstract artist Peter Triantos lives and works in Toronto where his work is featured in four of his galleries. Over the past year, he has opened four Toronto galleries in which to showcase his work, but he describes his roughly 800-square foot Bathurst Street space as “the flagship store.” His connection to the [...]