House of the Week: $1.75 million for a hip family home in the heart of downtown

ADDRESS: 50 Sullivan Street NEIGHBOURHOOD: Kensington-Chinatown PRICE: $1,749,000 THE PLACE: A modern renovation on a sleepy side street in the heart of the downtown core. With four bedrooms and five baths, it could be a great family home or, for the rich and adventurous, perhaps the nicest shared accommodation in the city. BRAGGING RIGHTS: Lots […]

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Know Vacancy: 252 Dupont

The GridTO has an ongoing series about vacant properties in Toronto and investigates why they haven’t been leased, sold or renovated. Here’s a piece about an old restaurant at Spadina and Dupont: Continuing our ongoing investigation of commercial real estate in Toronto, we find out what’s happening to a Dupont eyesore with a prime location. […]

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Fashion. Art. Toronto. April 24 – 28

Toronto’s 7th Annual Alternative Arts and Fashion week starts today. You’ll find 200 national and international fashion designers, visual artists, bands and performers hosted in a 15,000 square foot warehouse on Sterling Road, where Dundas and College meet. Click here for the main website Here’s the article from the National Post: “Any time you want […]

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Harbingers of doom

A balanced look at the national housing market and a rebuke of the recent Macleans article about a potential housing market crash. By Andrew Coyne, Financial Post Even by Maclean’s standards, the cover was alarming. “You’re about to get burned,” screamed the headline, over a picture of a house that was literally on fire. “Canada […]

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