Toronto, here’s everything you need to know, to keep you in the know …
Let’s face it, eating out in Toronto is expensive. Thankfully, Torontonians get the chance to dine at some of the city’s best restaurants for a fraction of the typical price twice a year.
With the price of Toronto’s homes skyrocketing over the past few years, you’d be hard-pressed to find a property for less than $400,000 these days.
With the cost of homes in the GTA too far out of reach for most single Torontonians, co-ownership is an appealing option. But it’s not the only option.
We love the rinks at Nathan Philips Square and the Harbourfront as much as the next guy or gal, but with so many people on the ice, we try to limit those trips to special occasions.
Architects and building designers beware, renowned architecture critic and veteran journalist Christopher Hume is reviving his condo critiques, exclusively for TorontoStoreys.com.
If you’re squeamish, we’re sorry. According to a new report from Orkin, Toronto has the biggest bed bug problem in the country.
This is a story about sisters and family, told through history, architecture, design, art and science.
The TTC slowdowns across Toronto mean that Line 1 will be running slowly until January 24th while track work is being completed.
2018 was a rough year for the Toronto real estate market. Home sales were down across all property types the GTA last year.
We may not have had a TTC subway closure for the past couple of weeks, but that doesn’t mean the TTC isn’t out to make our lives more difficult.
Toronto road closures will have to make way for the Women’s March this weekend as they make their way across Toronto.
This Toronto listing in Rosedale is the perfect combination of historic charm and modern luxury. It has top of the line amenities, but what’s even more impressive is the way the house combines two design styles into one of the most beautiful luxury home listings we’ve seen lately.
RBC and TD Bank are leading the charge in lowering their posted rates for five-year fixed-term mortgages.
British travel outlet, Rough Guides, asked their readers to vote on the most beautiful countries in the world and Canada came in second. For the second year in a row.
We’ve already warned you, that the average cost of rent isn’t likely to go down until new units go up
Last week’s Q&A about Home Equity Lines of Credit, or HELOCs, sparked some online chatter among readers — and a lot of questions.
It’s right about now when the winter blues start to hit and you start to dream of warmer climates and umbrella drinks.
Canadians love to online shop and that’s created a challenge for condo developers and condo corporations.
If Oprah said it, it has to be true. Lady O included Toronto in her magazine’s list of top winter getaways.