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.
The Reina team identified approximately 650 issues that were brought up, and then separated them into 30 categories. The top five categories were layout, storage, soundproofing, flexible space, and greenery/natural elements.
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.
Less than a year ago, the Supreme Court rejected the Toronto Real Estate Board’s appeal to prevent brokerages and real estate agents from publishing sold data online. Now a whole crop of “proptech” companies have launched.
I was reviewing the recent new home market figures released by Altus Group and the Building Industry and Land Development Association, and I believe the Greater Toronto Area is almost on the right track.
April 2019 proved to be a busy month for the new home market, and based on the success that Fieldgate Homes and Paradise Developments saw at Park Vista in Whitby last weekend, it seems like May has been strong, too.
According to Altus Group, the Building Industry and Land Development Association’s trusted source for new home market intelligence, there were 3,853 new home sales in the Greater Toronto Area in April 2019, which is a 123% year-over-year increase.
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.