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.
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.
Sure, the cottage is all fun and games during the summer, especially around Canada Day, but keep in mind that there is always maintenance to be done (and we bet you didn’t get to any of it over the long weekend!).
And just like that - it’s summer. The forecast is consistently above 20 degrees celsius, and it will soon be hitting 30. Don’t worry if you forgot to get your backyard ready for the heat (and the long weekend).
Sidewalk Labs recently released its draft Master Innovation and Development Plan for the ambitious “smart city” project on Toronto’s east waterfront, Sidewalk Toronto. There are hundreds of pages to go through, but we took a closer look at the housing.
In May 2019, there were 4,794 new home sales in the Greater Toronto Area, according to Altus Group, the Building Industry and Land Development Association’s trusted source for new home market intelligence.
I’m sensing a lot of negativity these days - not just in the housing market, but all around the world and close to home. And you know what? I’m tired. Thank goodness the Canada Day Long weekend is coming up.
According to moving company, Two Men and a Truck, the weekend of June 30 is the busiest moving time of the whole year. Every year, 4.4 million of the 37 million Canadians move into a new home (or roughly 1.5 million families).