Bosley Realestate

November 2011

Architectural Delight

November 9th, 2011 | House And Home

For many mature cities expanding in size and economies, the pressures of a growing population will spawn changes in land use, increased density and property redevelopment. What were once an urban centre's suburbs serving the working and middle classes a few generations earlier can become highly desirable 'downtown' neighbourhoods serving a growing affluent professional elite willing to pay a premium… Read Full Entry

Dance, Then Dine In Leslieville

November 5th, 2011 | City LivingRestaurantsLeslieville/Riverside

Although circumstances derailed me from attending 'Art Toronto' last weekend (Sniff!), I kept my Friday evening clear to attend the production of 'Pteros Tactics' choreographed by Christopher House for the Toronto Dance Theatre presented at the Winchester Street Theatre. Christopher House is an amazing choreographer. In fact, he was just voted as 'Best… Read Full Entry

Sales Numbers Climb For Fall 2011

November 4th, 2011 | Real Estate

Despite economic mayhem unravelling in Europe and the United States, Toronto Canada continues to see a robust market. With October sales figures on the Multiple Listing Service showing a 17.5% increase from the previous year, our market remains Hot Hot Hot! PropertyWire, the leading publication for property investors and industry professionals… Read Full Entry

Peek-A-View 5

November 3rd, 2011 | Renovating The Movie House LoftCollege Street/Little Italy

Don't you love the magic and romance of a ship's cabin? Spaces like this served as the inspiration for my most recent renovation. Although I am two screws and a contractor short to have my gorgeous new custom stainless steel art rail from www.stylegarage.com installed on the main floor, my home loft home… Read Full Entry

I Like The Red Ones

November 1st, 2011 |

I like the red ones! No, I'm not talking about Smarties, those delicious confections I adore now, as much as when I was a kid. I'm talking about red leaves...the colour displayed as deciduous trees absorb as much of their nutrients as possible before falling into dormancy for winter. Here's one particularly… Read Full Entry