Monthly Archives: May 2017

Month: May 2017 Growth to New Condos in 2016 and 2017 in Bloor-Yorkville

  Once a refuge of hippies, artists, and folk singers, Yorkvillle has transformed over the last forty years to become one of the city’s toniest neighbourhoods, home to the country’s most expensive commercial real estate, along with some of the city’s best restaurants and hotels, and at its northern periphery, to some of the most well-kept Victorian row-homes in Toronto. Eminently walkable, and well served by transit, this beloved Toronto neighbourhood has become a nexus of wealth and style, with condo and home prices that very much reflect its ever-increasing exclusivity. This edition of our Growth to Watch For series

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Month: May 2017 Growth to New Condos in 2016 and 2017 in Downtown Toronto North

  In this edition of our Growth to Watch For series, we will take a tour of Downtown North, a relatively small, yet rapidly intensifying area of Toronto defined by the University, Bay, and Yonge Street corridors from Charles to Gerrard. Neither as jam-packed with tourists and day-trippers as the Downtown Financial Core to the south, nor as glitzy as Bloor-Yorkville’s Mink Mile to the north, Downtown North has long served a mixture of more staid urban usages. To the west, Hospital Row, the University of Toronto, the Ontario Legislature, and several government ministry buildings of Queen’s Park have defined University Ave,

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Month: May 2017 Map Shows How Expensive Condo Prices Are Along Subway Lines

  If you’re in the market for a new residence, but don’t want to stay far from the Subway line, Toronto Star has created a map that indicates the average cost of condos nearest TTC subways stops. The map shows the average price per square foot you pay to purchase a Condo in Toronto. According to the information provided by Condos.Ca, the cost of homes appears to increase along the Bloor-Danforth line, the closer you get to The Yonge-University Line. The areas with the most bang for you buck are Yorkdale, Ellesmere and Laurence East, while Museum, Queens Park and

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