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Strolling The Tree-Lined Streets Of Historic Cabbagetown

September 18th, 2019 | City LivingCabbagetown / Corktown

Toronto has over a hundred unique village neighbourhoods - what are some of your favourites? One of mine is lush n' leafy Cabbagetown!! I recently read an article that proclaimed Cabbagetown as being "drenched in character". Personally, I think it would be more accurate to say that Cabbagetown is "rooted"Read Full Entry

Fantastic Food Fusion At The Wren On The Danforth

September 17th, 2019 | City LivingThe Danforth

Craving some down-home deliciousness? Saddle up and mosey over to The Wren near Danforth and Coxwell! Spicing up it's little strip of the Danforth, The Wren has quickly become a community favourite! It's Western vibe is brought to life through a Saloon-style decor, with wide plank pine floors, a mural-painted… Read Full Entry

Love For Spruce Decor In Cabbagetown

September 16th, 2019 | City LivingCabbagetown / Corktown

Welcome to my blog on housing, culture and design in Toronto. As a design-obsessed realtor consumed with everything housing and home, when it comes to curating a living space, nothing shouts 'personality' like a collection of quirky and cool art, accents and unique finds. But achieving this isn't going to… Read Full Entry

Tiki Some Time Off At The Shore Leave On The Danforth!

September 15th, 2019 | City LivingThe Danforth

I never - ever - underestimate the mental, emotional and physical benefits of taking a vacation. However, given the logistics of checking out of daily life can be a challenging and the expense prohibitive, instead of boarding a jet plane for a sunkissed escape I highly recommend you press pause,… Read Full Entry

It’s The Cabbagetown Tour Of Homes By The Cabbagetown Preservation Society!

September 13th, 2019 | City LivingCabbagetown / Corktown

For those who are, shall I say, compelled to be curious - if not entirely housing-obsessed like I am - it's a real treat when you get the opportunity to take a peek inside unique and interesting homes. After all, houses each have stories to tell, and opening the front… Read Full Entry

A Weekend Wandering The Danforth East Arts Fair

September 13th, 2019 | City LivingThe Danforth

One of the best parts of being part of a cool community is being able to participate in events that entertain and inspire - both of which enrich life, no? Parks are a vital part of urban living, and for those who haven’t already, should consider checking out East Lynn Park,… Read Full Entry

Country Charm At Riverdale Farm In Cabbagetown

September 12th, 2019 | City LivingCabbagetown / Corktown

As the kiss of Autumn starts tickling our noses, it serves as a reminder to squeeze in those leisurely walks so many of us adore when it's neither too hot, nor too cold, before Frosty The Snowman blasts his icy chill across Toronto. So where do I like to stroll?… Read Full Entry

Toronto Film Map & TIFF: Toronto Emerging As Star Of Hollywood North

September 6th, 2019 | City Living

Welcome to my blog on culture, design, and housing & home in Toronto! Do you love the art of film like we do? Toronto is a draw for many around the world because of its economy, infrastructure, opportunity and overall cool vibe. While Toronto attracts visitors around the globe for any… Read Full Entry

Toronto Real Estate, Yellowbelt Zoning & The Missing Middle: Part Two

August 8th, 2019 | City LivingReal EstateJunction/High Park/Bloor West/SwanseaSwansea / High Park / Bloor West VillageCorso Italia / DavenportWychwood / Humewood - CedarvaleHigh Park North / The Junction MidtownYorkville / Summerhill / RosedaleDufferin Grove / Bloorcourt VillageKing West / Niagara / Liberty VillageThe DanforthLeslieville/RiversideRiverdale / Playter EstatesCabbagetown / CorktownSt. Lawrence MarketAnnex / South Annex / Seaton VillageCollege Street/Little ItalyLittle PortugalQueen WestWallace/Emerson & Brockton VillageRoncesvalles Village

Welcome to the second of my two-part exploration on the 'missing middle', where I discuss how a lack of housing type diversity - and the accompanying affordability challenges facing middle-income households in Toronto - is fueling a housing crisis.   In Part One, I explored how restrictive and antiquated urban planning policies have impeded… Read Full Entry

‘PUSH’: A Documentary On Rising Real Estate Prices

July 23rd, 2019 | City Living

For those of us living life in the real estate trenches of the Toronto real estate market, the state of affordability, the lack of housing supply, and the multifaceted impacts of this phenomenon are certainly evident. I comment on this regularly in posts like Toronto Real Estate, Yellowbelt Zoning & The… Read Full Entry