Toronto has the best public transit in Canada, but is the score high enough? Image

Toronto has the best public transit in Canada, but is the score high enough?

Toronto recently took the top spot on a transit score ranking, which compared major cities’ transit networks across Canada. The study was conducted by real estate brokerage, Redfin. 

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Turns out Canada may need more 1-bedroom condos

If you’re reading this and live in Canada, apparently there’s a pretty good chance you live by yourself. This has got me thinking about the upcoming federal election and the state of our country’s housing markets. 

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Rezoning for transit oriented development is the key to new housing supply Image

Rezoning for transit oriented development is the key to new housing supply

According to a new report from the Centre for Urban Research and Land Development, there’s plenty of space for new transit oriented development, but outdated city bylaws are preventing new housing from being built. 

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How much is real estate close to TTC Stations?

Torontonians may have their fair share of gripes about our local transit system – but love or hate the TTC, the truth is, it pays to own real estate with easy access to a subway or LRT stop. 

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Would new road rules for King Street impact condo prices?

The King Street Pilot is an innovative approach to a unique stretch of downtown Toronto. The evidence seems to be there to justify making the regulations permanent, but we’ll have to wait to see what the new council decides.

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2 streetcar murals pop up in Toronto Image

2 streetcar murals pop up in Toronto

A couple years ago, we posted about the winner of the 2016 NXT City Prize – Streetcar Safety Murals. Well, they finally happened!

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Wait for warm weather before judging the King Street Pilot Image

Wait for warm weather before judging the King Street Pilot

Haven’t heard much recently about the once-hotly contested King Street Pilot project between Jarvis and Bathurst in Toronto, but as the weather heats up, it looks like the debate might too.

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19 new curb lane public spaces planned for the King Street Pilot Image

19 new curb lane public spaces planned for the King Street Pilot

On January 15, 2018, the City of Toronto will issue a call for proposals for temporary public space installations (PSI) as part of the King Street Pilot. (UPDATE: The City just moved up the call for proposals to today, January 9th) The most

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A year of intriguing urban designs, concepts and ideas Image

A year of intriguing urban designs, concepts and ideas

With the advancement of technology, the growing need for higher density living, and the strong demand for residential development in the downtown core, many intriguing urban designs, concepts and ideas surfaced in 2017. The Greater Toronto Area

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Should the province take over the TTC? Image

Should the province take over the TTC?

In delivering what is arguably their most progressive party platform in recent memory this weekend, Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown struck directly at Liberal voters looking to oust Kathleen Wynne from power next June. In front of 1,500 party

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