The bustling Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood is soon to become a lot more accessible. In anticipation of the future Eglinton Crosstown LRT, Line 5 Condos is a master planned community slated to be move-in ready ahead of the Line 5 LRT opening in 2023.
Sales are up and listings are down year-over-year but this September we watched as sellers returned to the Toronto Real Estate market in herds… but that doesn’t mean Toronto has escaped its housing supply issues.
Toronto is made up of nearly 140 neighbourhoods but there are also 8 districts, each acting like a stamp of the area’s history and character. Let’s explore Toronto’s districts and what makes them worth distinguishing.
As more baby boomers begin looking for places to downsize, we're putting the spotlight on Toronto's St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood and why it may just be the perfect place to do so.
Average sale prices are up 4.7% in August year-over-year inline with Toronto’s historical average growth rate marking a heathy stable market.
Danish architect, Bjarke Ingels, has big plans for Toronto's King West neighbourhood. Known for pushing the boundary with his urban designs, he may be just what Toronto needs to open the doors to a new age of condo design.
Toronto City Council has approved to amend zoning by-laws to allow for laneway suites. With nearly 300 kilometres of laneways throughout the city of Toronto and an increasing need for affordable housing, it seems we’re finally able to tap into this incredible housing solution that’s been in our backyards all along.
Showing signs of continued strength in July the Toronto real estate market sales are up 18.6%, listings are down 1.8%, average home price is up 4.8% year-over-year. Check out your local neighbourhood stats.
Even amongst low inventory the Toronto real estate market rebounds and it’s the biggest monthly gain since 2004. Find out what neighbourhoods are driving these increases…
A Toronto staple, Evergreen Brick Works is taking the everGREEN approach to reducing their carbon footprint. They’ve proposed building a cable car over the Don Valley to lessen the amount of visitors arriving by car.