Bosley Realestate

March 2019

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March 31st, 2019 |

*Did you know we publish a monthly newsletter that you can subscribe to for FREE? Just click the link at the bottom of this post!*   Where is Toronto real estate is headed this Spring?! Stop by the Urbaneer blog regularly and we'll keep you informed! Here is what you'll… Read Full Entry

Bosley Real Estate Market Insight For The Final Week Of March 2019

March 29th, 2019 |

According to, millennials will continue to make up the largest segment of homebuyers in 2019. This leads us to another important point: What do these “digital native” generations desire and demand in almost every aspect of their lives? This story - and more - in the week's breakdown below,… Read Full Entry

March 2019 - Home Of The Month - Kensington Market

March 28th, 2019 | Buy Of The MonthCollege Street/Little Italy

Welcome to's March 2019 Home of the Month! This feature provides a snapshot of what our Buyers have recently purchased in the City of Toronto. In this installment, I share a tale about a couple who expanded their residence from one condominium into two, before adding a third unit… Read Full Entry

The Only Cafe On The Danforth At Donlands

March 26th, 2019 | RestaurantsThe Danforth

Despite the name, The Only Cafe is not really a cafe at all... nor is there anything "only" about it; t's actually three establishments in one! Equal parts independent coffee hotspot (One In The Only), long-time local craft beer hangout, and destination inn of choice for the international backpacker set… Read Full Entry

Bosley Real Estate Market Insight For The Third Week Of March 2019

March 22nd, 2019 |

The price of Toronto real estate is being driven up by dirty money! True or false? This story - and more - in the week's breakdown below, courtesy of our parent brokerage, Bosley Real Estate!     MARKET UPDATE FOR THE WEEK ENDING MARCH 22ND, 2019   Is buying a… Read Full Entry

Healthy Organic At Carrot Common On The Danforth

March 22nd, 2019 | City LivingThe DanforthRiverdale / Playter Estates

Have you been to Carrot Common? From the products to the atmosphere, this is a health food paradise worth visiting! The staff are immensely helpful and are willing to assist in answering even the silliest-seeming questions or with finding any product you need. The shops have the air of being… Read Full Entry

Dear Urbaneer: What Are Some Of The Most Common Real Estate Superstitions?

March 21st, 2019 | Dear Urbaneer

Welcome to this month’s edition of Dear Urbaneer, where we share our knowledge of all things real estate to enlighten our clients.  This month's question is interesting and unusual, as it is in regards to the interplay between real estate and superstitions. What it underscores is the fact that when it… Read Full Entry

Excavating The History Of Toronto’s Avenue Road

March 20th, 2019 | City LivingReal EstateMidtownYorkville / Summerhill / Rosedale

When you look at the composition of a city like Toronto, you tend to think about the streetscapes, housing stock, and community vibes. Equally important, but perhaps less considered, are some of the roadways, highways, and byways that define the momentum and accessibility of the city; they are not only essential… Read Full Entry

Wonderlust In Withrow Park

March 18th, 2019 | City LivingRiverdale / Playter Estates

Thank goodness for green space! Toronto's parks and parkettes may not look very lush right now, but in a month they'll be bursting with life!!     The integration of the natural world into our urban landscape is perhaps where Toronto shines brightest as a city; the extensive network of… Read Full Entry

Toronto Loves The CN Tower (And So Do I!)

March 15th, 2019 | City LivingReal EstateYorkville / Summerhill / RosedaleThe DanforthRiverdale / Playter Estates

If you ask me, no landmark represents Toronto more than the CN Tower which - from 1976 until 2007 - reigned as the world's tallest structure until the engineering marvel Burj Khalifa in Dubai took the crown. Even so, it still retains a spot in the top 10 tallest structures in… Read Full Entry