Posts Filed Under: Condos
The reality is our system is a deeply flawed, neoliberal hellscape in which the wealthy can afford to live anywhere they like.
The Palace Arms, a 19th century rooming house at King and Strachan, has served as an affordable home to poor men.
In high-density areas, where's a pooch supposed to do its business?
It's less about space and more about location.
Condos are governed by house rules that are sometimes poorly understood. Here's how they work.
Toronto needs to focus on the "missing middle"—townhouses and mid-rise buildings.
Mississauga is seeing lots of shiny, exciting proposals.
It might not look like it, but working elevators are a health and accessibility issue.
After 28 years the famous beer destination is closing, but the Morana Family is already looking ahead.
An exceptional reindeer issues his cry for help.
The cash-strapped TDSB is studying whether more mixed-use schools and private-public partnerships makes sense for Canada's largest school board.
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss.
Condos near-universally panned at the 2014 Pug Awards.
Designing creative, functional, and appealing spaces for the universal client.
Honest Ed's crazy prices go in the other direction as people sell their signs on eBay.
Toronto's history is blowin' in the wind.
Developers Tridel and Hines have released new details about Bayside Toronto, a neighbourhood planned for Toronto's waterfront.
No stranger to development strife, Kensington is getting riled up over a new neighbour's plans.