The Fair Housing Plan was introduced by the former Liberal provincial government as a solution to runaway home price growth; year-over-year values had spiked over 30% in the Greater Toronto Area, prompting concerns.
There are so many ways for a city to embrace and support public art, and we love it when the members of the new home industry go that extra mile to create something beautiful for the community in which they’re building.
It’s no secret that the new home industry is a male-dominated one. From builders and developers to architects and engineers, the “biggest names” are men. Just flipping through our own contact list, it’s obvious that men outnumber women in real estate.
Even if you can’t afford to actually shop at The Art Shoppe, you’ve likely heard of the iconic 70,000 square foot showroom in the Castlefield Design District in Toronto. The company has an 83-year history, and they are planning for the next era.