Posts Filed Under: Honest Ed’s
The Bloor and Bathurst will never be the same.
The latest proposed design includes the retention of the Honest Ed’s laneway, rental housing units, and more heritage buildings.
The Centre for Social Innovation also launches its Toronto for Everyone campaign.
Nominated for: having something for, and meaning something to, everyone.
Venerable comics store finds new location for post-Honest Ed's life and will continue to look for additional space.
Sixty-eight years since its opening—and now near closing—the iconic Toronto shop still has dedicated customers.
A tribute, or perhaps a requiem, to the Mirvish Village institution.
Swiss architects rejuvenated a residential block with some structural upgrades—and it's a blueprint for cities everywhere.
A series of community walking tours set out to engage the public in the past and future of Mirvish Village.
Westbank recently opened "city building lab" partners with local businesses, attempts to engage Torontonians with development plans
Demographics and economics may be swinging the development pendulum back towards rental units, analysts say.
Glad Hand is Torontoist's weekly political cartoon, created by Brett Lamb.
Westbank offers details including rental units, boutique retail, public space, and community art.
Doomed for demolition, the city's newest Fabricland is a 16,000-square-foot emblem of an old neighbourhood on the cusp of fading forever.
Plans for the site could involve rental housing, a public market, a car-free stretch on Markham—and, of course, condos.
You have until March 30 to pick up some titles at the World's Biggest Bookstore.
Honest Ed's crazy prices go in the other direction as people sell their signs on eBay.