We’re counting down the days until Cityside Stouffville by DECO Homes, Fieldgate Homes, OPUS Homes, and Starlane Homes opens the sales centre doors. The big day is Saturday, September 21, 2019. Doors will open at 11 am.
We’re not surprised that The Stockyards has progressed so quickly and efficiently. Marlin Spring and Greybrook have partnered on more than a dozen low-rise and high-rise projects in locations like Ottawa, Montreal, Houston, and of course, Toronto.
A new study by Generation Squeeze in Vancouver found average home prices in Canada need to drop by nearly 50% for a typical 25-34 year-old (let’s call them millennials) to afford an 80% mortgage on an average priced home. Or, their earnings need to double
We already knew this was the case, but Adi Development Group is now officially a major player in the new home industry with the CEO Tariq Adi and COO Saud Adi receiving Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 Award for young business leaders!
One of the most highly anticipated events in Toronto’s architecture scene is RAW Design’s annual community event. This year, RAW WEAR took over an abandoned auto body shop in one of the city’s hottest up-and-coming areas.
It may sound like you’re back in college again, but your next rental in Toronto may be a coliving situation. How do you feel about that? Common, a company known for its coliving housing in the United States, has partnered with Dream Unlimited.
TREB released its monthly resale housing market figures, announcing that 8,860 sales were reported through the MLS system. When looking at the first half of the year, home sales are up 8.5% and new listings increased by less than 1%.
Located at Kennedy Rd. and Sheppard Ave. East, KSquare Condos features two towers rising 31 and 34 storeys, sharing a seven-storey podium. There will be more than 485,000 square feet of retail, office, and residential space.
It’s possible that there will soon be more laneway suites in Toronto in the near future as the Planning and Housing Committee recently endorsed a plan to support this type of residential development across the city.
Over the last week, the talk of the town has been the Union Park development in Toronto by Oxford Properties Group. At first, it was the $3.5 billion price tag that made headlines, but now that more time has been spent digesting the master-plan.