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Poppies Plant of Joy On West Queen West

October 18th, 2013 | City LivingQueen West

Located at 1094 Queen Street West at Dovercourt, Poppies Plant of Joy is Urbaneer's go-to flower spot in West Queen West. Nothing brightens our day like a shot of brilliant colour and fragrance only nature can provide, and Poppies delivers on all fronts by providing stunning arrangements smartly styled by… Read Full Entry

A Lake In Trinity Bellwoods Park?

July 26th, 2013 | City LivingLittle PortugalQueen West

After that record-breaking rainfall a few weeks back, Mackenzie Keast, an urban designer and member of Toronto based collective Distl, saw the deluge of flooding across our green spaces as the inspiration to illustrate how brilliant a lake might look in the middle of west end Trinity Bellwoods Park, one… Read Full Entry

Hipsters Or Not, Real Estate Values Rise

July 12th, 2013 | Real EstateLittle PortugalQueen WestWallace/Emerson & Brockton VillageRoncesvalles Village

  A funny situation is unfolding in Toronto. According to The Toronto Star and Yelp, it appears a whole generation of Torontonians are collectively denying their subscription to the 'Hipster' lifestyle, while congregating in the same trendy locations.     This living breathing paradox of dandies are cutting a fashionable… Read Full Entry

The Grocer Cometh

May 30th, 2013 | City LivingReal EstateLeslieville/RiversideQueen WestRoncesvalles Village

Not long ago downtown dwellers had all the privileges of a city centre life except when it came to getting groceries. Beyond the small corner bodega, Shopper's Drug Mart, or a local gas station, city residents often had to cab it to the larger grocers down on Queens Quay or… Read Full Entry

Welcome To West Queen West

May 23rd, 2013 | Real EstateQueen West

One of the gifts of operating urbaneer.com under Bosley Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage is, while Bosley is Canada's oldest (since 1928!) family-run real estate brokerage steeped in tradition, they're also one of Toronto's most forward-thinking real estate firms in the country. As the fourth generation of the Bosley namesake blossoms,… Read Full Entry

Ella’s Uncle And Trinity Bellwoods Park

May 3rd, 2013 | City LivingRestaurantsCollege Street/Little ItalyQueen West

In a quest to embrace spring, well-being and cherry blossoms (the pic above was taken this morning), we at urbaneer are committed to getting outdoors as frequently as possible. And not just languishing on a cafe patio (which we LOVE!), but strolling through Trinity Bellwoods Park after picking up a… Read Full Entry

Nadège Patisserie On Queen West

April 29th, 2013 | City LivingRestaurantsQueen West

This past weekend was the first weekend in Toronto where we collectively felt that spring has sprung. We could smell the earth, bear witness to bluebells and daffodils in bloom, and  liberate ourselves from multiple layers of clothing. All of us grinned ear to ear the entire weekend. There was… Read Full Entry

The Junction Flea Market

April 15th, 2013 | City LivingJunction/High Park/Bloor West/SwanseaCollege Street/Little ItalyQueen West

It was a blustery weekend here in T-dot that left half the population sequestered indoors and the other half - those desperately craving fresh air - out on the streets braving the chillish breezes while wrapped in scarves clutching hot cups of java. Between appointments I took a stroll along… Read Full Entry

The Drake General Store On Queen West

March 13th, 2013 | City LivingQueen West

If one's busy-as-a-bee schedule will allow, nothing follows a delicious breakfast treat at the Drake Cafe better than an opportunity for the curious to peruse the wonderful and playful array of goods both hard and soft from Canada and abroad at the renowned Drake Hotel General Store. Situated at 1144… Read Full Entry

Industrial Storm On Queen West

March 5th, 2013 | City LivingHouse And HomeQueen West

Situated at 1106 Queen Street West, right next door to Bosley Real Estate's beloved and very own West Queen West location in a building whose former (and somewhat prosaic) use was that of a car wash, Industrial Storm showcases extraordinary handmade furniture, lighting, wall coverings, textiles, area rugs and accessories… Read Full Entry