The Toronto Condo Market This Week (April 1, 2016)
Great retail in Toronto a bonus for condo residents and visitors alike
Toronto developers have an interest in bringing high-quality retailers and services to their condominiums, aimed at enhancing the lives of both the residents and the people who visit the area.
Petition seeks bylaw making it illegal to leave dogs on Toronto balconies
Toronto’s booming condo industry inevitably means more pet dogs will be confined to living conditions that are less than ideal for animals more inclined to sprawling suburban backyards.
Car-free condos on the rise in Toronto
As downtown dwellers ditch their cars, it’s time for Toronto to rethink its zoning laws around parking spaces, said Coun. Joe Cressy.
Toronto's waterfront will change completely in 10 years
Toronto’s waterfront has come a long way since its days as an industrial hub. Last year’s revitalization of Queens Quay was a major step forward in making the harbour more inviting, but that was just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the changes in store for this part of the city.