Newsletter – March 15, 2017

Just listed: 3 Bedroom Penthouse. 1965 sq.ft on Yonge and Bloor

35 Hayden St Ph 3102, Toronto, ON
Price: $1 985,000

  • One of the best floor plans
  • South facing terrace
  • West facing balconies.
  • 10 ft. Ceilings
  • Hardwood floors and marble
  • Downsview  kitchen cabinets

Gorgeous Penthouse With South Facing Terrace And 2 West Facing Balconies With Wood Flooring. Den Could Be A 3D Bedroom, 1956 Sq.Ft Only 2 Suites On Entire Floor. 2 Entrances! Amazing Layout With Enormous Closets Space. 2 Big Bathrooms With Windows, 10′ Ft Ceilings, 9′ Ft Doors, Downsview Kitchen. Fantastic View Of Downtown Toronto And Lake Ontario. Steps To Yonge/ Bloor Subway Line, Yorkville Restaurants, Boutiques. Short Walk To U Of T.

Hardwood Floors, Crown Moldings, Bosh Gas Stove, Dishwasher, Microwave. Liebherr Fridge, Gas Barbecue And Water Lines On The Terrace, Fireplace, Water Filters, Pot Lights All Window Coverings, All Elf Except Dining Room.

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Just listed: One of the best condominiums in Toronto-the luxurious Shangri-La residence

2708-180 University Ave, Toronto, ON
Price: $1 385,000

  • 1450 sq.ft.
  • Fabulous 2 bedroom
  • 3 bathroom suite
  • Top of the line finishes
  • Italian Baffi kitchen cabinets
  • Miele coffee machine and steamer
  • Subzero appliances
  • Heated floors
  • Calacata marble in bathrooms. 

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If you would like to discuss options please call us at 416-927-9898 or email at and we will get back to you within the next 24 hours.

New Details Emerge for 98-Storey Yonge Street Tower

In late February, plans for a 343.9-metre tower were first revealed, with renderings showing a glassy 98-storey tower dominating the Toronto skyline from Yonge and Gerrard.

With details of Cresford Developments’ ‘YSL Residences‘ submission to the City of Toronto now available, a fuller picture of the proposal is emerging, shedding light on the project’s planning context, layout, programming, and architectural expression.

Designed by New York’s Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, the American firm is partnering with Toronto’s architects Alliance, who are acting as architects of record.

Looking northeast, a new rendering shows a fuller view of the Yonge Street frontage. Stretching north and south sides of the tower’s base, a nine-storey podium building will house a mix of retail, office, and amenity space.Framing the tower, the historic Yonge façades on either side of the super-tall ….

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Latest house-price indicators from The Economist


The Economist recently published the following chart alongside this article talking about the impact of foreign buyers on global house prices.

They also have this set of interactive graphs that allows you to chart prices according to a number of different measures. The two metrics that The Economist focuses on (above) are house prices against rents and house prices against incomes.

The argument they make is that as (foreign) capital begins to think of property as merely a bolthole, it can start to detach itself from fundamentals such as rents and incomes. New Zealand, Canada, and Australia are specifically called out.

This isn’t necessarily news. And one chart can only tell you so much. But I like staying on top of the various indices.