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“I love Toronto and I’m a foreigner. I think it actually takes people from outside to appreciate what’s being done here.”
Escape the realities of your 500 sq. ft. condo and just take a second to admire this stunning 3,000 sq. ft. condo in the Annex.
Toronto’s food festival season is in full swing with 17 events happening in June alone.
The search is on for Ontario Place development ideas and it doesn’t include casinos or condos.
Toronto might have ranked No. 1 for highest rent in Canada for five months straight, but new data shows it might not be the most expensive city for tenants after all.
The corner of Sackville St. and St. David St., just south of Dundas St. E. is an example of why there’s a reason for optimism about the fast-evolving neighbourhood.
Raptors pride has never been stronger in the City of Toronto, and it shows.
One of Toronto’s largest luxury furniture stores is shutting its doors.
Raptors fever cannot be contained. Following the Toronto Raptors’ historic win on Saturday night, the whole country broke out in fandom.
Finding an affordable condo unit in Toronto is a rarity, but that could change in the near future.
The TTC is starting the month of June with a late opening on Line 2.
The first weekend of June brings fun (free) events and some not-so-fun road closures to the City of Toronto.
The first weekend of June is finally here and that means summer activities are officially in full swing.
It’s official. Toronto-based real estate firm Peerage Realty finalized the purchase of Sotheby’s International Realty Canada from Dundee Corp. on May 24.
Living in a big city can get pretty pricey, especially when it comes to housing.
Although Canada’s housing market appears to be stabilizing, one economist doesn’t think the country should relax just yet.
Sitting on the outskirts of Santiago, Chile, within the foothills of the Andes Mountains, is the Baha’i Temple of South America.
Realtor Karin Rotem is willing to help anyone seeking shelter in Toronto.