All posts tagged “condos

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Toward more family condos

The Ryerson City Building Institute and Urbanation recently published a terrific report called: Bedrooms in the Sky. Is Toronto Building the Right Condo Supply?  Here is a quick synopsis: The 35-44 year old age bracket in this city will see significant growth over the next… Read More

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Seattle vs. Vancouver

A reader recently shared an article with me called: Why Seattle builds apartments, but Vancouver, BC, builds condos. Thanks for that. It’s a good summary of the differences between these two markets and why over the last five years less than 4% of all new… Read More

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Residential agri-tecture

Last month Curated Properties and Windmill launched a “residential agri-tecture” project on Toronto’s Queen West called The Plant.  The entire development is oriented around our connection to food. The building will have an interior greenhouse and an industrial style common area kitchen for food prep and… Read More

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Only $800,000 over asking

Heads-up: This is going to be a Toronto-specific post. This week there was a lot of chatter about escalating house prices in this city (though that seems to be most weeks these days). Paul Johnston listed a detached house in Dufferin Grove for $1,285,000 and then… Read More

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The Lofts at SoDoSoPa

Introducing The Lofts at SoDoSoPa and The Residences at The Lofts at SoDoSoPa (South of Downtown South Park). The following South Park video is a great parody of every real estate marketing video you’ve ever seen. Real estate marketing can be so terrible. This video… Read More