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Not all developers are equal. We look at some of the most recognizable names, and what distinguishes one company from another.
Real estate agents hate it, but city hall needs it. Here's why the Municipal Land Transfer Tax isn't going away.
In her new play Crawlspace, Karen Hines relives a Toronto first-home purchase worthy of a Midnight Madness movie.
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Demographics and economics may be swinging the development pendulum back towards rental units, analysts say.
Group of east-end homeowners court densification—and a higher sale price—by bringing their properties to the market as a single parcel.
The monument to ostentation at Bay and Adelaide has faced appropriately over-the-top problems in the past 13 years.
Nominated for: vacancy rates that make renting hopeless.
Nothing's finalized yet, but reports indicate that a big, "high-end" shopping centre may be on the way.
A new study says the lucrative tax isn't the best way for Toronto to raise revenue.
"Buyers continue to face the substantial upfront cost associated with the City of Toronto’s unfair Land Transfer Tax... This goes a long way in explaining the disproportionate decline in sales in the City versus surrounding regions."
"If you want to live in central Toronto, you're going to have to live in a condo. Families will be forced to buy into high-density living. It's the natural evolution of a city."
Scotiabank unloads its namesake complex.
In today's UP: noted film critics answer questions at a TIFF panel discussion, three new exhibits debut at XPACE, Andy Kindler returns to Comedy Bar, new music from Tomboyfriend and pals, and classic tunes from Loving In The Name of.
The quirky, eco-friendly, east end iconic residence is looking for the right owner.
An unusual 1820s advertisement and the sad story of the man who needed it.
Historic Gooderham Building on the market until the end of the month.