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This spectacular two-bedroom penthouse transcends the ordinary condo lifestyle. Located on a corner with fantastic views of downtown Toronto, this stunning loft has polished concrete floors, exposed spiral ductwork and soaring 11-foot ceilings.
Several stations will be closing early this week due to maintenance. If you’re planning on heading phone later in the evening, you’ll want to stay informed of these service disruptions.
In a recent Globe and Mail article, it was revealed that home buyers are testing sellers with the strategy of lowballing a property listing.
Sometimes it takes hopes, dreams and really good art to convince people to deliberately wander around outside during the cold holiday season.
The intersection of Bloor and Islington could get an exciting 49-storey tower. Located at 25 Mabelle Ave., the proposed development was redesigned by Quadrangle and if built, would take over the under-utilized west half of this address.
Architects and building designers beware, renowned architecture critic and veteran journalist, Christopher Hume, is reviving his condo critiques, exclusively for TorontoStoreys.com.
There’s something about Christmas lights that gets us all into the holiday spirit. And luckily, there are tons of places to go in Toronto to check out some magical displays. Fill your calendar these amazing holiday spectacles.
Single-family home sales are up a whopping 178 per cent from last October’s near-record low, though sales are pretty on-par with the 10 year average.
The GO Train commute from Kitchener to Toronto’s Union Station is definitely going to improve – only now it won’t happen until 2025.
Habitat for Humanity GTA has announced the launch of a $17 million dollar land trust, which will enable the creation of new affordable housing options for Toronto residents.
According to a just released ReMax Canadian housing market outlook report, housing prices in Mississauga could climb five per cent next year.
A new report from Re/Max forecasts that home prices in the City of Toronto will rise by 6 per cent in the coming year.
The cold-weather market continues to slow down over the short term, as month-over-month declines steepen across all home types in the Greater Toronto Area.
A one-hundred million dollar redevelopment at Mississauga’s Erin Mills Town Centre is set to become a landmark in the city and transform the surrounding area.
It’s not Christmas in Toronto until the Cavalcade of Lights is lit. 2019 marks the city’s 53rd year. The free event usually draws close to 50,000 people and promises to be the best holiday party in town.
And on Sunday, there “will be a messy and high impact wintry system for much of southern and central Ontario, including across the Greater Toronto Area, where major impact on travel is expected,” says Weather Network meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham.
Given the sheer number of rinks in this city, it’s hard not to spot the trend: Torontonians love skating. Here are some of the sweet spots to get your Christmas glide on.
Cities need to more quickly approve higher density housing developments around rapidly expanding transit sites in the GTA and southern Ontario.
There’s a lot happening in the city with respect to the holidays. No matter your plans, your commute may be affected by road closures.
Several stations will are shutting down this weekend due to maintenance. If you’re planning on using public transit, you’ll want to stay informed of these service disruptions.
Happy Black Friday! It’s nearly December which means that the Christmast Market and a plethora of other wonderful things to do are happenin that are free, cheap and sure to get you in the holiday mood.
Snagging a ‘qualified’ buyer for a property as unique as Toronto’s $21.5 million dollar Integral House requires a special kind of real estate agent.
A new analysis by RBC Economics has measured the “recession roadblock”: the obstacles new grads face when entering the workforce during a recession.
During the federal election campaign this past summer, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered a number of solutions to the affordable housing crisis. Now that Trudeau has won his election, thousands of households remain confused.
According to a new study released by the Angus Reid Institute, more than 40 per cent of Canadian millennials have worked in “the gig economy” over the past five years.
Just in time for Black Friday and Cyber Monday comes a report claiming that Canadians believe that the average amount of money we spend during the Christmas holidays is, well, “simply not worth it.”
It’s hard not to get caught up in the holiday excitement when Pinterest and Instagram are littered with simple holiday decor ideas that you’d love to incorporate into your space.
While we may have already celebrated Canadian Thanksgiving north of the border, our friends to the south are right in the heart of Thanksgiving celebrations.