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When It Rains, It Pours

May 12th, 2010 | Real Estate

Sometimes I'm certain there's a correlation between the weather and real estate activity. One week we're sunning ourselves being languid, the next a blustery storm is lashing on our heels and the phone is ringing off the hook. Buyers are buying, while sellers prepare to catch the tail end of… Read Full Entry

Spring Blooms New Listings

May 5th, 2010 | Real Estate

I am simply beaming for joy this week now that Spring has fully blossomed! Yesterday, after  photographing my new listing at Tip Top Lofts (see the Current Promotions Section for the listing 'Modern Bespoke At Tip Top Lofts' offered for $349,000 for something truly special!), I took a stroll along the marina and parks lining Lake Ontario. Nature's symphony… Read Full Entry

My Room With A Peek-A-Boo View

May 3rd, 2010 | Real EstateRejuvenating The Button FactoryCollege Street/Little Italy

I have a love/hate relationship with the CN Tower. On the one hand, I marvel at how it's reigned supreme as the world's tallest structure since 1976 until this year, when Dubai's Burj Khalifa took the crown. On the other hand I despise how there's almost no escaping its presence. No… Read Full Entry

Digging Digsdigs.com

April 30th, 2010 | House And HomeRecommended Reads

Although I'm not a fan of their purple font or logo, I love the diverse content of furnishings, design and architecture found at DigsDigs. I recommend you subscribe to this terrific site, as you never know what delicious visual confectionary is going to present itself in your inbox. It's truly inspirational!… Read Full Entry

Coffee, Tea Or Me Downtown West

April 28th, 2010 | City LivingLifestyleQueen West

In the 1970's, when you were out and about and craving a coffee, it usually accompanied a glazed donut from Tim Hortons. For the majority of Canadians you purchased this before, or after, taking your kids to hockey practice or figure skating. 

Then came The Second Cup and… Read Full Entry

Soft Feelings For Hardware

April 26th, 2010 | City LivingRejuvenating The Button FactoryLeslieville/Riverside

As part of my on-going saga to reorganize my home, I decided to relocate my stereo system. Situated beside the front door of my loft squeezed into a 60s teak buffet so the cabinet doors could never be closed, its cumbersome placement greeted guests the moment they arrived. Needless to say, it didn't provide a very inviting sense… Read Full Entry

Chaise For Days

April 23rd, 2010 | House And HomeRejuvenating The Button FactoryCollege Street/Little Italy

I've always loved my funky 60s chaise. It has such incredible support that when lying on it you feel like you're floating. In fact, if I were a psychologist I would have my patients lie on it while they revealed everything to me.

I originally bought the… Read Full Entry

You Reek, Ah!

April 19th, 2010 | House And HomeRejuvenating The Button Factory

One would think after twenty years of being involved in every facet of the real estate industry, from design and renovation, to sales and redevelopment, I would be able to manage the execution of it all. And for the most part I do. Unfortunately, over the past week as the… Read Full Entry

I’d Park Here…

April 15th, 2010 | House And HomeTravel

Parking lot structures don’t have to be grey and blah. They can be green and Yah! Covered in ivy (?), keeping cars cool and the view lovely. Collins Ave., Miami ~Vince         Read Full Entry

I Love Green Tea

April 12th, 2010 | City LivingRejuvenating The Button FactoryLeslieville/Riverside

My furnishing style would best be called 'eclectic', as I tend to gravitate to pieces that are unique, have character and originate from anywhere across the globe. One of my favourite Toronto retailers is Greentea Design located on Carlaw Avenue in Leslieville. They have an amazing showroom of Asian furnishings that range from antique… Read Full Entry