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Discover Toronto’s Vibrant Koreatown

April 30th, 2019 | City LivingAnnex / South Annex / Seaton VillageCollege Street/Little Italy

Often blending geographically with The Annex, Seaton Village, and Little Italy, Koreatown is most well known as the area closely surrounding Bloor Street - roughly between Markham west to Montrose – housing many of the city’s Korean restaurants retailers. But it's not quite as easy to trace Koreatown’s boundaries as… Read Full Entry

Canada Malting Silos On Toronto’s Harbourfront To Become New Arts Centre

April 29th, 2019 | City Living

With earth day just behind us, the concept of re-purposing is fresh in our minds. When you apply that concept to real estate - in the context of re-purposing existing space - the end result can be quite exciting! Toronto’s waterfront has been undergoing major transformation over the last few… Read Full Entry

Symphony Of The Senses At Harbourfront’s Toronto Music Garden

April 23rd, 2019 | City Living

Is traffic congestion, chaotic commitments, or toddler tantrums getting you down? Stress relief can be as simple as a walk in the park. Recent research shows that taking a stroll through a natural setting can boost energy and focus, and taking in the sights and sounds of nature appears to be… Read Full Entry

The Music Plays On At The Historic Danforth Music Hall

April 18th, 2019 | City LivingThe DanforthRiverdale / Playter Estates

When strolling on The Danforth, there's an easily recognized fixture that is difficult to miss: the theatre-turned-entertainment-venue, Danforth Music Hall. One of Toronto's longest-standing buildings and noted for its tumultuous history with shutting down and reopening on several occasions, The Music Hall has been a staple of Toronto's entertainment scene… Read Full Entry

‘Hey, I Live There!’ Photography Celebrates Toronto’s Streetscapes

April 17th, 2019 | City Living

If you had to make a list of things that are undeniably “Toronto”, what would it include? Quintessential architectural landmarks like the CN tower? How about the city's instantly recognizable skyline or our striking streetcars? Perhaps even Toronto's diverse, defined neighbourhoods with eclectic streetscapes?     Consider, for a moment,… Read Full Entry

Cycling And Toronto’s Beltline Trail

April 14th, 2019 | City LivingReal EstateMidtown

As Spring unfolds with warmer weather and longer daylight hours -  the season inspires me to embrace the great outdoors in a way I'm certainly not when I'm curled up all warm and cozy under my Winter duvet! Although Toronto is considered a dense urban 'concrete jungle', its natural geography has a suprising abundance of lush… Read Full Entry

Here Comes The Eglinton Crosstown LRT

April 12th, 2019 | City LivingWychwood / Humewood - CedarvaleMidtown

If you rely on pubic transit in Toronto, you know we're approaching crisis mode as our existing transit framework becomes mired its own form of gridlock. Which is why we're applauding the 'it-can't-be-soon-enough' arrival of the Eglinton Crosstown -  a light rail transit line that will run along Eglinton Avenue… Read Full Entry

Reverence For The University Of Toronto: An Important Canadian Institution

April 10th, 2019 | City Living

When it comes to Canadian icons, the University of Toronto represents one of our country's most important foundations, and plays a distinctive part of Toronto's landscape. As Canada’s oldest university, this important educational institution has long shaped minds for generations. Established in 1827 as King’s College, U of T has earned a… Read Full Entry

We Love Toronto Island’s Billy Bishop Airport

April 10th, 2019 | City Living

Forgive the hubris, but Toronto is used to winning awards and sitting atop many “best of lists”! The most recent accolade is a repeat win, and is notable, especially considering the competition.   Photo courtesy of #Travel Update   The Skytrax World Airport Awards (which are decided upon with the help… Read Full Entry

Explore The Gardiner Museum In Toronto

April 3rd, 2019 | City LivingRestaurants

It’s an unfortunate but accurate truth: Museums are often the domain of tourists, with local residents letting them fall to the end of their to-do list. When you consider the incredibly fascinating content on a wide variety of subjects on display at Toronto area museums, there's a very compelling argument… Read Full Entry