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Given the current scarcity in the market, and the “whatever-it- takes” attitude of many mid-town Toronto buyers, it’s no surprise that this house on Haddington Ave. went over asking. And while the result might have been anticipated, it wasn’t earned by accident.
At street level, it’s a handsome mixed-use four-storey glass podium that feels comfortably connected to the sidewalk. Up above, there’s a 33-storey tower that has the unnerving look of a building designed for one purpose — to stand out.
The countdown to pot’s legalization has begun, and Toronto is preparing to spark up with parties to celebrate the Cannabis Act coming into effect on Oct. 17.
What makes this property so remarkable is this home’s natural charm and warmth.
Affordability is no longer a crisis confined to supportive housing; it has jumped the income band to include most people in Toronto who do not already own homes — working and middle-class, even high-wage earners.
Toronto road closure will be messy this weekend. So be prepared.
This will be the last of the cancelled TTC subway closures before they resume their regularly scheduled annoyance next week, so we have a full guide on how to prepare yourself for the coming closures in the weeks ahead.
The list of free Toronto events and experiences this weekend are going to get every creative bone in your body tingling.
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.
Legal, regulated marijuana retail sales are coming to Canada very soon, but lighting up your newly purchased Ontario Cannabis Store spliff in your condo or apartment could be — or may already be — prohibited (depending on where you live).
Like any responsible gardener, Richard adheres to a strict schedule, planting in late-May for an autumn flowering. And though he reaps what he sows in the most traditional sense, what he sows is rather non-traditional.
Legal recreational cannabis is now a reality in Canada, as the long-awaited federal legislation Bill C-45 — the Cannabis Act — mandates that Canadians are now able to consume the drug, grow their own plants, and purchase it from a provincially-regulated retailer.
Navigating this country’s rich landscape, whilst shooting our new show, we espied cottages in all shapes and sizes. From gravity-defying architectural gems to petite rustic fantasies fashioned from straw bales (yup, straw bales) we swooned at every turn.
With home prices reaching previously unthinkable heights in many parts of the country, many folks are wondering whether we’re in a housing bubble.
On the market for the first time since 1970, the childhood home of the future Indiana Jones and Han Solo is a modest brick Tudor outside Chicago. You won’t believe what other famous figure grew up nearby!
Zillow says it has agreements to receive more than 50,000 listings from Canadian brokerages and franchisors.
Cracks Are Appearing In The World’s Most Desirable Property Markets — Including Toronto (Financial Post)
From London to Sydney and Beijing to New York, house prices in some of the world’s most sought-after cities are heading south.
UBS Ranks Toronto And Vancouver In Top 5 Global Real Estate Bubbles (Better Dwelling)
Toronto and Vancouver real estate are two of the world’s most bubbly markets, according to a Swiss mega bank. UBS analysts updated their Bubble Index, with both cities near the top of their list.