TORONTO - Emporis, a construction industry researcher from Germany, has provided some more fodder for the bubble debate over Toronto’s condo market.
In its latest look at the number of sky-rises going up in North American cities this month, Toronto once again comes out on top by a wide margin. With 130 new towers under construction across the skyline, Canada’s largest city easily ...
Posted by Joanne Giustini
on February 24, 2014
This new Project Coming Up shortly by Lindvest would have thoughtfully designed 2 & 3 bedroom floor plans maximizing the living space and sleek, contemporary interiors making a modern statement. Including private patios, balconies and roof terraces which would provide extra outdoor living and entertaining space. Currently in Pre-Launch Phase, this project will be sold out soon. ...
Posted by Asharpal Singh
on February 9, 2014
Saying that Dundas Square to Toronto is Times Square to New York wouldn't be an exaggeration. Dundas Square is a beautiful open public space teeming with the city's hottest summer events and shows. Situated right across from Toronto's iconic "Go To" shopping mall The Eaton Centre, and only 5 minutes walk from Ryerson University, Dundas Square is a natural gathering spot for busy Torontonians. ...
Posted by William Cheng
on February 1, 2014
Looking to stay up to date on the latest home decorating styles?
Here are some of the TOP TRENDs for 2014!
KITCHENS - The open concent continues to grow!
You’ll see appliance-makers embracing the open concept kitchen by making their appliances more invisible. You’ll see designers taking the most popular countertop option out there, and making one better. According to John ...
Posted by John Damanis
on January 28, 2014
To update on how our Reno is going we are kind of at a standstill due to the weather. The windows still haven’t been installed, so hence the trim but on a positive note our fireplace is complete and looks great. Thank you to Sam and his colleagues, from AM Group Studio Inc., (www.amgroupstudio.com) for installing a beautiful stone fireplace in our family room. The before, wish we ...
Posted by Henry Tillo
on January 25, 2014
Thinking about installing wood floors? The first decision you need to make involves the type. According to the National Wood Flooring Association, there are four types:
Unfinished. This type requires you or your installer to sand and apply a finish. If you want a specific colour or style, or you're trying to match existing flooring, this might be the best option for you.
Factory finished. ...
Posted by Asim Mohamed
on January 16, 2014
Century 21® Heritage Group Ltd. is leading the way in technology by deploying Rogers® based fibre optic services; providing their agents and staff with cutting edge tools to increase service to their clients.
Complete networking installation of fiber optics technology is scheduled to be ready early December in all seven of Century 21® Heritage Group Ltd.’s centrally ...
Posted by Pamela Prescott
on December 31, 2013
When it comes to selling your home, chances are your home will be in competition with other sellers. It’s no secret that kitchens sell homes – they are one of the features that buyers judge when comparing properties. If you have an older, out-dated kitchen, there is no need to despair; you can update your kitchen with a few simple things and, a relatively low budget.
Posted by Alexandra Ryan
on November 22, 2013
Generally, repairs to common elements are the responsibility of the corporation; repairs to the unit are the owner's responsibility. For example, if the swimming pool in a condominium needs resurfacing, the condominium corpo ration must take care of this, with the cost paid from the common expenses. If a unit owner is responsible for maintaining and/or repairing the unit and/or ...
Posted by John Siarkas
on October 28, 2013
As homeowners fight the itch to move, many turn to renovation projects to improve their existing spaces. Often the bathroom tops the list. With its frequent use and endless potential, easy changes offer a big payoff. In spite of its heavy use, bathrooms are often the some of the smallest areas in a home. Cross tight square footage with limited storage and it quickly becomes cluttered and cramped. To ...
Posted by Tricia Greer
on October 5, 2013