Did you know the Piña Colada was invented at a Hilton?
Recently, Hilton celebrated 100 years of hospitality, and we learned some interesting facts about the storied company!
New mural unveiled at Grid Condos in Toronto
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 will soon be easier to figure out how much your neighbour paid for their home
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.
First-ever Passive House high-rise retrofit in Canada coming soon
Hamilton will soon be home to Canada’s first-ever residential tower retrofit that meets Passive House standards, surpassing Ontario’s building code in energy efficiency by leaps and bounds.
Bata Shoe Factory transformed into a luxury rental building
The historic Bata Shoe Factory has been transformed from a mid-century industrial building into a luxurious contemporary “condo-inspired” rental residence, called Batawa Lofts.
Skyscraper concepts that limit our impact on the environment
One architectural design competition that we like to follow is eVolo Magazine’s annual Skyscraper Competition, which challenges designers, architects, and engineers around the world to approach vertical building design in an innovative way.
See why Brampton is one of the best places to live in Canada
It’s the oldest line in the real estate handbook, “location, location, location.” But what matters most to you? The Best Places to Live: Canada Liveability Report by RE/MAX may help you decide.
The King Street Transit Pilot is now permanent!
It’s official - the King Street Transit Pilot is now permanent, and it makes so much sense. This is a major milestone for the City of Toronto.
New shipping container market in Toronto now open!
For years, we’ve had our eye on the mostly sold out Minto Westside site at Front and Bathurst in Toronto. Aside from it being one of the largest and most architecturally interesting condos in the city, it’s also surrounded by some intriguing parcels of la
Ontario announces $28.5 billion transit plan for the Greater Toronto Area
The provincial government announced new funding for new transit projects in the Greater Toronto Area, and it’s supposedly the largest investment ever to get new subways built.