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Resident Expert Airbnb

John Garrison

Potential buyers should hang out in the lobby and see how many people are rolling in and out with luggage Read more

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Toronto Lakeshore

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A cost of living index puts the cost for a one-bedroom apartment and taking public transit in Toronto at more than $3,500 per month Read more

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Sky-high rents, low-vacancy rates and renovictions. Fill out our inaugural Toronto Renters Survey and tell us what it's really like renting in the city Read more

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Samuel Engelking

But in good news: the Mirvish Village development is getting over 350 affordable rental units Read more

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Michael Watier

The developer who bought it wants to turn the former home of the 19-year-old bar and music venue into a seven-storey building with hotel suites, event and retail space Read more


CityPlace school

Toronto Catholic District School Board

Two long-awaited elementary schools opened in CityPlace this week Read more

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In a big victory for tenants, the new bylaw amendments will add thousands of units back to the Toronto rental market Read more

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The improv comedy theatre's Toronto location is slated to become a 40-storey condo by 2023 Read more


The Arbour

Samantha Edwards

The free Toronto Of The Future exhibition at Metro Hall features dozens of projects that will transform old neighbourhoods Read more

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Berczy Park

Samuel Engelking

The city has built parks, childcare centres and other community amenities using funds from developer charges, but that could all change with Doug Ford's new housing bill Read more

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Featuring in-suite micro garden beds, greenhouses and community plots, Toronto's new condo developments hope to inspire residents to grow their own food Read more

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John Garrison

Rowdy parties, noise and damage from Airbnb rentals are causing major headaches for condo dwellers Read more

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With more Torontonians working remotely, developers are adding stylish co-working spaces into condos that rival WeWork Read more

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John Carrison

On the cusp of legalization, hundreds of condo boards have banned residents from growing cannabis in their units – even though it’s allowed. Read more

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Illustration by Greg Houston

As thefts from apartments and condos surpass street thefts, many Toronto buildings still refuse to allow residents to store bikes in units or on balconies Read more

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In this week's Reasonable Doubt column, lawyer Tim Duggan examines why so many Toronto condominiums have passed restrictions on both tobacco and marijuana smoking. Read more



Courtesy of Options For Homes

Located at Lawrence and Weston, the 22-storey building will restrict tobacco and cannabis smoking in all areas – but vaping is allowed Read more

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Sponsored feature: presented by Nobul Read more

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Build a Better Bloor Dufferin rally

Samantha Edwards

At a rally on May 2, members of Build a Better Bloor Dufferin called on the Ontario government to commit more money towards affordable housing, park space, community hub and a better high school at the corner of Bloor and Dufferin. Read more



Paul Lachine

As more people pay big money to live in small units, condo boards are increasingly requiring residents to hire security if they want to party in the party room Read more

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