Toronto Restaurant Real Estate Putting A Squeeze On Owners

Toronto Restaurant Real Estate Putting A Squeeze On Owners

With today’s climate of sky-high interest rates, pricey lease costs and lingering pandemic recovery, being a Toronto bar or restaurant owner isn’t for the financially faint of heart.


James Cheng Aims For The Sky With Pioneering Vancouver Tower

The Stack, a new 37-storey tower in downtown Vancouver, is North America's first zero-carbon office building.

Real Estate News

For Buyers Who Can Afford It, The GTA Real Estate Market Is ‘On Fire’

“Demand is high, but few buyers can afford Toronto real estate. Those who can buy are buying quickly, and paying above the seller’s asking price.”

Hume with a View

The Nicknames 8 Iconic (And Infamous) Toronto Buildings Deserve

Buildings in major cities all around the world have nicknames, from London's Big Ben to Beijing's Bird's Nest, so why doesn't Toronto? Here are a few suggestions for building nicknames from the notorious ICE Condos to UofT's Robarts Library.

Real Estate News

Dream Unlimited Plans 5K Purpose-Built Rentals As Feds Drop GST

“What this legislation unlocks is our ability to get shovels into the ground quickly at a time when it’s never been more critical to build new homes.”

Future Developments

Interview With The Architect: Herzog & de Meuron On The New Vancouver Art Gallery

​Simon Demeuse, Partner at Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron, takes us inside the design of the upcoming Vancouver Art Gallery.


STOREYS' Metro Vancouver Real Estate Fall Forecast

​Projections. Policy. Presales. Here's what to expect for the Metro Vancouver real estate market this fall.


STOREYS' Toronto Real Estate Fall Preview

Looking ahead to the projected trends, policy developments, and pre-sale launches set to define the Toronto area’s real estate market going into the fall.


New Pickering Development Sells Out 95% in First Week

In just one week, CentreCourt sold 95% of its pre-construction condo units during the first-phase launch of Pickering City Centre — a sprawling high-rise development planned for the site of the Pickering Town Centre mall.

Affordable Housing

Toronto Housing Secretariat Says 15,000 Affordable Homes “Stuck” In Development Pipeline

A new report calls on the provincial and federal governments to supply over $15B in funding to get these housing projects off the ground.

Real Estate News

Toronto's Housing Bubble Risk Subsides, But Market Remains Overvalued

Rising interest rates and soaring inflation have helped to quell Toronto’s risk of a housing bubble, but the city’s real estate market remains woefully overvalued.

Real Estate News

GTA New Home Sales Slump To Near-Record Low For August

With just over 700 new home sales recorded in the GTA last month, it was the second-slowest August on record.