With so much of life outside my control now, our home became my little world within a larger world.
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Toronto Storeys is the home for the City's real estate industry. From a look into our market's foundations to the views from its penthouse suites, TOS opens doors and takes readers inside to see the sites—and meet the people—behind Toronto's red-hot real estate sector.
30 years from now, we'll see the high-tech neighbourhood as the city's first step toward an age of enlightened urbanism.
10/31/2017 11:23 EDT
Perhaps it's time to think about what current housing statistics mean to future home buyers. What it means for our children. Like many in my generation, I have enjoyed the warm glow of the rising market, with little regard for the darker, colder market we are creating for the next generation. I've cheered the price increases on my street, and celebrated the theoretical boost to my bottom line.
03/13/2017 04:55 EDT
On one hand, sellers and listing agents are loving this flurry of fruitful activity. They are obtaining record-setting prices for homes in record-setting times. Prospective homeowners hoping to buy, however, are faced with largely stressful, emotional experiences in which many end up empty-handed.
02/07/2017 11:13 EST
"Do you ever see him?" John Tory, a resident of 1 Bedford who also happens to run the city, is seen every once in a while coming home from an evening event. Invariably, that's the question I get when people find out that I live in the same building as the mayor, the fella who is Toronto's Dad-in-Chief.
02/01/2017 04:20 EST
Many of us are a little (OK, a lot) obsessed with home design so it's only natural that it comes up in dinner-party conversation or during a girl's night out. Or at the bus stop, or in the dentist's chair. Sometimes, however, we're stuck for a quick way to sum up our aesthetic. Here are 10 ways to communicate your home decor style succinctly -- so you can even do it on an elevator ride.
01/19/2017 03:35 EST
It's worth spending money on Toronto. The better the city does, the better we do. That would be obvious in most cities, but not here. Accustomed to being treated as children, pampered and primped, voters won't all be
01/05/2017 05:29 EST
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