5 new art installations coming to Toronto’s waterfront this winter Image

5 new art installations coming to Toronto’s waterfront this winter

Who’s excited to visit Toronto’s chilly, breezy waterfront this winter? Not so much? But what if you get to visit these awesome public art installations? We think the third annual Ice Breakers exhibition will definitely draw crowds down to Queens Quay. 

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The Best of 2018: A look back at the new home industry Image

The Best of 2018: A look back at the new home industry

It’s December. Can you believe it? We can’t. We likely say this every year, but we feel like this year went by especially quickly. It seems like we were gearing up for spring openings just yesterday. 

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National Geographic lists Toronto as one of the best places to visit in 2019 Image

National Geographic lists Toronto as one of the best places to visit in 2019

National Geographic recently released its Best Trips 2019 list, and guess which city is on the list. That’s right, Toronto is one of 28 places that National Geographic says you should visit next year. 

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Santa’s custom North Pole home increases in value to nearly $765,000 Image

Santa’s custom North Pole home increases in value to nearly $765,000

Zillow just released a very important statement, announcing that Santa Claus’ home at the North Pole has increased in value to an estimated $764,389, which is a 7.6% year-over-year increase. 

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Closing night of The Journey was a huge success! Image

Closing night of The Journey was a huge success!

Last weekend, we had the pleasure of attending the closing night of The Journey: A Living History of the Regent Park Revitalization, sponsored by Evolv, the first purpose-built rental building in the Regent Park revitalization.

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New net-zero shipping container project proposed to address growing need for affordable housing Image

New net-zero shipping container project proposed to address growing need for affordable housing

Alberta will soon be home to a new shipping container community, designed to address the need for more affordable housing in rural communities. There are plans in place to roll out these shipping container communities in other areas across the country.

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ENERGY STAR certification now available for new high-rise residential buildings in Ontario Image

ENERGY STAR certification now available for new high-rise residential buildings in Ontario

Last week, Natural Resources Canada announced that new mid- and high-rise residential buildings in Ontario can now qualify for ENERGY STAR certification for the first time ever.

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Tickets still available for The Journey – A Living History of the Regent Park Revitalization Image

Tickets still available for The Journey – A Living History of the Regent Park Revitalization

We just booked our tickets for the closing night of The Journey – A Living History of the Regent Park Revitalization, a musical show put on by Daniels and Regent Park artists.

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Post-secondary students come up with innovative solutions to create affordable housing Image

Post-secondary students come up with innovative solutions to create affordable housing

The CMHC announced the winners of the Innovation Fund Student Challenge, an initiative encouraging post-secondary students to come up with out-of-the-box solutions to address affordable housing issues in the rental market.

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How much is too much to pay for a tiny home? Image

How much is too much to pay for a tiny home?

Tiny houses have been making a big splash in the world of homeownership. As these pint-sized abodes grow in popularity, so does the demand for the people that build them.

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