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July 2020

Urbaneer’s July 2020 E-Promo

July 29th, 2020 | Real Estate

*Did you know we publish a monthly newsletter that you can subscribe to for FREE? Just click the link at the bottom of this post!*   As July comes to a close, it's clear that the COVID-19 pandemic has shifted the Toronto real estate market into a new set of oscillating… Read Full Entry

Dear Urbaneer: Do You Have Guidance On Property Appraisals & Appraisers In Toronto?

July 28th, 2020 | Dear Urbaneer

Welcome to this month’s instalment of Dear Urbaneer, where I answer real estate questions queried by Urbaneer clients. If you're new to buying real estate, the process involves a full circle of professionals, including, of course, your realtor! It will also likely include your lender or mortgage broker to ensure you have satisfactory financing for your… Read Full Entry

How Urbaneer’s Tailored Toronto Real Estate Marketing Sold This Condo During The Pandemic

July 23rd, 2020 | COVID-19 & Toronto Real EstateReal EstateLittle PortugalQueen West

In the world of Toronto real estate, the precautionary measures taken in mid-March 2020 in response to COVID-19 effectively froze our property market. However, as June progressed ten weeks into lockdown, an unanticipated thaw occurred bringing a flurry of bully offers and bidding wars for downtown freehold housing in all price points.… Read Full Entry

WHO Changes Guidance On Possibility Of Airborne Transmission Of COVID-19

July 20th, 2020 | COVID-19 & Toronto Real EstateReal Estate

Welcome to my blog on housing, culture, and design in Toronto, where I share my insights, ideas and point of view on the many facets of the Toronto Real Estate Market! At the time of this writing, we're four months into our new way of living and working, as the world strives… Read Full Entry

Sud Forno In West Queen West

July 14th, 2020 | RestaurantsQueen West

Although summer 2020 is unofficially the season of the staycation, there is no reason that you can’t travel the world, at least gastronomically speaking. And a visit to the divine Italian bakery Sud Forno on Queen St. West does for your taste buds what a visit to an Italian piazza… Read Full Entry

The Drake Hotel In West Queen West

July 13th, 2020 | City LivingRestaurants

The Drake Hotel is arguably Toronto's most famous boutique hotel! Located at 1150 Queen Street West, on the corner of Beaconsfield and Queen, it has become an 'oh-I-know-where-I-am-now' landmark for the Queen West community - and the entire city! The property was originally the site of Small’s Hotel back in… Read Full Entry

Bolt Fresh Bar in West Queen West

July 11th, 2020 | RestaurantsLittle PortugalQueen West

For those of us who live or work near West Queen West, we know there's no shortage of lunch options, with pizza, poutine, and burritos being the local stars. While it can be hard to resist the convenient (and blissfully delicious) fast food options, I think we all have that… Read Full Entry

Nuit Social In West Queen West

July 11th, 2020 | City LivingRestaurantsLittle PortugalQueen West

The sun is shining, the humidity is a wee bit heavy, and patio culture... well, it's how restaurants are generating revenue over and beyond delivery as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic! Welcome to Toronto in July!  Now that we're becoming accustomed to using masks and a lot of hand sanitizer - and if… Read Full Entry

Toronto Loves The CN Tower (And So Do I!)

July 8th, 2020 | City LivingReal EstateYorkville / Summerhill / RosedaleKing West / Niagara / Liberty VillageThe DanforthRiverdale / Playter Estates

If you ask me, no landmark represents Toronto more than the CN Tower which - from 1976 until 2007 - reigned as the world's tallest structure until the engineering marvel Burj Khalifa in Dubai took the crown. Even so, it still retains a spot in the top 10 tallest structures in… Read Full Entry

Toronto Regional Real Estate Statistics For June 2020 Released

July 7th, 2020 | Real Estate

In the world of Toronto real estate, the drastic precautionary measures taken in response to COVID-19 effectively froze the market for ten weeks. Then, as June progressed, an unanticipated thaw occurred, bringing a flurry of bully offers and bidding wars for downtown freehold housing in all price points that is… Read Full Entry