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What The Toronto Islands Ferry Terminal Might Look Like In A Few Years

Monday Apr 13th, 2015

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WHAT THE TORONTO ISLANDS FERRY TERMINAL MIGHT LOOK LIKE IN A FEW YEARS ...If Waterfront Toronto Gets Its Way What it is: An undulating wooden structure designed by KPMB Architects, West 8 and Greenberg Associates as a replacement for the aging, cruddy Toronto Islands ferry terminal, now known as the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal. This concept was announced April 10th, 2015 as the winner of a design competition led by Waterfront Toronto. Price tag: Unknown at this point.... [read more]

Yonge & Busy! Big Deals Are On Tap That Will Reshape Canada's Hottest Retail Corner

Sunday Dec 13th, 2015

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YONGE & BUSY! Big Deals Are On Tap That Will Reshape Canada's Hottest Retail It has been called the busiest intersection in the country. The traffic alone is relentless - in a 24-hour span 401,250 subway riders; 51,392 pedestrians; and 31,600 vehicles pass through where Toronto's Yonge and Bloor streets connect. Now developers have plans to add even more to the mix at the intersection, the cross-section of the city's two subway lines and a growing destination point... [read more]

Live In Style at The Rosedale on Bloor

Tuesday Sep 22nd, 2015

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LIVE IN STYLE at The Rosedale on Bloor Rosedale has for more than 150 years been Toronto's oldest and most prestigious neighbourhood, home to the original city founders and today's most storied families and homes. The Gupta Group is presenting the rare opportunity to live at the new edge of Rosedale with the launch of The Rosedale on Bloor, a sleek and stylish 52-storey condo tower at Sherbourne and Bloor, bringing a new and modern edge to Canada's most venerable... [read more]

Homebuyers Ask Questions As Toronto-Based Urbancorp's Troubles Keep Piling Up

Monday Apr 18th, 2016

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HOMEBUYERS ASK QUESTIONS AS TORONTO-BASED URBANCORP'S TROUBLES KEEP PILING UP Warped, gray plywood lines Curzon Street in the east end of Toronto. The fence ends at a gate, which is padlocked. Behind the gate rises a neighbourhood of prime three-storey townhomes in black brick, which appear largely complete, with wood railings separating one unit's rooftop terrace from the next. Paper taped in the windows indicates the number of each dwelling: "515", "508",... [read more]

Pre-Construction Condos: Should You Use A Realtor?

Tuesday Jul 12th, 2016

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PRE-CONSTRUCTION CONDOS: SHOULD YOU USE A REALTOR? Should you use a realtor when buying a new pre-construction condo? The answer for this is a definite YES. Toronto Realtor Matt Smith, who specializes in helping buyers navigate through the complicated process of buying new condos, has shared with me the many pitfalls and disadvantages of buyers going at it alone when dealing with the builders' sales staff. Above all else, realize that the builder's sales team works for... [read more]

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