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Much Love For McCormick Park

July 19th, 2017 | City LivingWallace/Emerson & Brockton Village

Internationally ranked as one of the best places to live in the world, Toronto is a city of excellence: excellent restaurants, excellent arts venues, excellent schools, excellent festivals… all combining to form excellent neighbourhoods! But perhaps where The Six shines brightest is our extensive network of urban parks and green… Read Full Entry

Gastro Greatness At The Gladstone In West Queen West

July 12th, 2017 | City LivingRestaurantsQueen West

Would you like to know a fun fact about our city? The Gladstone Hotel, which opened in 1889, is Toronto's oldest continuously-operating hotel! Neat, eh? Fortuitously, as the city diversified, so did the Gladstone, evolving from a simple railroad hostelry into the multi-faceted venue, cultural hub, and esteemed landmark that… Read Full Entry

Louder and Prouder For Gay Pride And Canada

June 23rd, 2017 | City Living

** Reposted from 2011, and just as valid now as then   -Steven ** I'm sure you're asking yourself "Is Steve A Real Model, or a Model Realtor?" Maybe both? Grin.     It isn't every day you find your face suspended on a seven storey city billboard, plastered in most… Read Full Entry

TheRedPin Tracks Toronto Real Estate Prices By Subway Stop

June 15th, 2017 | City LivingReal EstateJunction/High Park/Bloor West/SwanseaSwansea / High Park / Bloor West VillageHigh Park North / The Junction MidtownDufferin Grove / Bloorcourt VillageThe DanforthRiverdale / Playter EstatesSt. Lawrence MarketAnnex / South Annex / Seaton VillageWallace/Emerson & Brockton VillageRoncesvalles Village

Toronto is an expensive city, especially when it comes to real estate. Even as our market cools, buying property is prohibitively costly, given the average price of a detached house surpasses $1 million.  A recent article in BlogTO features maps created by TheRedPin that charts the average sale prices of homes… Read Full Entry

Eclectic, Elegant and Cool: The Housing Stock of Parkdale

May 29th, 2017 | City LivingReal EstateQueen WestRoncesvalles Village

Neighbourhoods - like the homes and the people that populate them - are infinitely interesting, especially when that neighbourhood is characterized by subtle changes through its history. This is most definitely the case in the neighbourhood of Parkdale - running downtown west along the arteries of King Street West and Queen… Read Full Entry

Bay & Gable Victorian Architecture In Toronto

May 26th, 2017 | City Living

For lovers of architecture, the City of Toronto provides a treasure trove of visual interest with its housing stock. Take for instance the prevalence of the charming Gothic Revival Cottage, that I wrote about here in my blog recently. Another common style that is both beautiful and historically fascinating is… Read Full Entry

We Love Sorauren Park In Roncesvalles Village

May 25th, 2017 | City LivingRoncesvalles Village

While any urban centres are always challenged by nature in having ample green space, Toronto does well by it's increasing commitment to bring nature to the City. We currently have 1,600 existing parks and 600 kilometres of trails, which translates to about 8,000 hectares — about 13 per cent of Toronto’s… Read Full Entry

Urbaneer Sniffs Out Woofstock 2017 At Woodbine Park This Weekend

May 23rd, 2017 | City LivingMonika's Animal House

Summer in Toronto carries many connotations - good and bad - for all of us. As urban dwellers, it's almost guaranteed that the summer months will find us crawling through traffic and road construction, or sweating through chaotic ferry line-ups and cramped rides in unairconditioned subway cars. BUT, that said,… Read Full Entry

Campechano For Lunch At Adelaide And Portland

May 15th, 2017 | City LivingRestaurants

An ideal spot for a bite of lunch on a sunny weekday, or for grabbing a tasty snack enroute to the cinema, Campechano is one of the Fashion District's more recent additions. Situated at 504 Adelaide St West, right at the corner of Portland, Campechano is the brain child of owners… Read Full Entry

We Love The Alex Wilson Community Garden At Richmond St West & Portland

May 8th, 2017 | City LivingQueen West

"We must build landscapes that heal and empower, that make intelligible our relations with each other and the natural world."
- The Culture Of Nature (1991), by Alex Wilson   At Urbaneer, we've long been fans of Toronto's rich and diverse network of parks and green spaces. The Alex… Read Full Entry