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We Adore Kew Gardens In The Beaches

July 9th, 2019 | City LivingMonika's Animal House

Did you know that Toronto currently has about 1,600 parks and 600 kilometres of trails, which translates to about 8,000 hectares? That's approximately 13 per cent of Toronto’s overall land area - not bad for a major metropolitan centre! While not all of the city's parks are lucky enough to… Read Full Entry

Dive Into Summer Reading At The Beaches Library

July 5th, 2019 | City LivingRecommended Reads

We all know that, aside from a love of the written word, no two readers are alike. From voracious bookworms who like to stay on top of the most recent bestsellers, to those who are loyal to only a handful of authors, each one has their own preferences, habits, and… Read Full Entry

Urbaneer’s Picks For The Best Beaches In Toronto

July 2nd, 2019 | City Living

Welcome to our 'fun in the sun' list of the best beaches in the original City of Toronto! In a city whose neighbourhoods and amenities are in a constant state of flux, how fortunate are we denizens to see our waterfront - dominated over the past 150 years as a centre for… Read Full Entry

Happy Canada Day!

July 1st, 2019 | City LivingLifestyle

I'm pinching myself today. And eating Birthday Cake!     No other country in the world is as liberated, progressive, or offers as much opportunity as Canada.I've always admired my parents for uprooting their lives to emigrate from England to the 'Great White North'. Like many new Canadians then… Read Full Entry

Louder And Prouder For Gay Pride And Canada

June 20th, 2019 | 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… Read Full Entry

It’s Happening At Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre!

June 7th, 2019 | City Living

Imagine spending the day biking the Martin Goodman Waterfront Trail, catching a live classical music performance in the Music Garden or lounging in a comfy Muskoka chair enjoying your favourite read-of-the-moment with soft sand between your toes at Sugar Beach. And then, after feeling the sun kissing your face, take a… Read Full Entry

From Brownfield To Playing Field: A Brief History Of Toronto’s Davenport Village

June 3rd, 2019 | City LivingJunction/High Park/Bloor West/SwanseaHigh Park North / The Junction

Welcome to my blog on housing, culture and design in the City of Toronto. Today I thought I'd give a brief history on the redevelopment of Davenport Village in Toronto's central west end. Why? Because it represents how an area's highest and best use can change over time and demonstrates how radically different our… Read Full Entry

Cycling The West Toronto Railpath

May 30th, 2019 | City LivingJunction/High Park/Bloor West/Swansea

Are you a cycling enthusiast like I am? I'm the first to admit it took me some time to embrace cycling in the city, but with so many new bike lanes open (and a significant push by the City of Toronto to make cycling more accessible), I'm officially a convert!… Read Full Entry

Twenty Reasons Your Kid Will Love Living In A Condo

May 25th, 2019 | City LivingReal EstateKing West / Niagara / Liberty Village

Have you seen The Urbaneer team's terrific new listing in The Summit complex located on King Street West? Suite 304 in 705 King St W is a fully renovated two bedroom, one bath unit perfect for families who love living in the vibrant King West ‘hood but desire the comforts of… Read Full Entry

Simit And Chai In Toronto’s Niagara Neighbourhood

May 24th, 2019 | City LivingRestaurantsKing West / Niagara / Liberty Village

We Torontonians aren't shy when it comes to boasting about our city - especially in regards to living in one of the world's most multicultural metropolises!! This enviable status is never more apparent than when exploring our deliciously diverse food scene.  We're steeped in choice and culinary excellence! How amazing… Read Full Entry