Ontario to green light 'inclusionary zoning'
2016-03-16 Laurie Monsebraaten
Queen's Park is poised to give municipalities the power to require developers to include affordable housing in new buildings.
TTC eyes new Cherry streetcar line to increase King St. transit
2016-03-16 Zen Ruryk
Take a ride on the Cherry express.
TTC commissioners will be asked at their March 23 meeting to approve a new streetcar line the 514 Cherry with an eye to having it up and running on June 19.
Unexpected closing costs lead to calls for greater protections for condo buyers
2016-03-11 CBC News
There are calls for more protection for condominium buyers after a group of new Scarborough homeowners said they were surprised by tens of thousands of dollars in closing costs.
Condos throwing shade: Do downtown students have a right to light?
2016-03-10 Thomas Bink
Canadians have the right to vote, the right to practise a religion of their choice, the right to life, liberty and physical and psychological safety.
But what about the right to light?
Vancouver has 10,000 empty condos: city report
2016-03-08 Emily Jackson
Nearly 10,000 condos – one in eight – sit empty in Vancouver, according to a city investigation into vacant housing, a phenomenon that's often blamed for hurting affordability and sucking the life out of neighbourhoods.
The Toronto condo bust that wasn't
2016-03-07 Jamie Sturgeon
Whatever happened to Toronto's condo bubble? The average price of a condominium in the city popped more than 17 per cent in February compared to what the same unit would have sold for just one year earlier
It's move 'up' or move out
2016-03-03 Neil Sharma
Strong demand for new homes in the GTA has resulted in the third-highest sales year in the past decade, according to numbers just released from the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD)
Would you take your kids to a school in a condo?
2016-03-03 Russ Courtney
TDSB considers "vertical schools" to deal with space shortage
Toronto detached homes soon only for the wealthy: Report
2016-02-29 The Canadian Press
RBC says purchasing a single, detached home in Vancouver is already out of reach for the vast majority of families.
Condos announced for former factory, mill in Cambridge
2016-02-17 CTV Kitchener
The former American Standard factory in Cambridge, soon to be home to the Riverbank Lofts
Sail Condos brings unique architecture to Toronto skyline
2016-02-16 Toronto Sun
Renowned international developer Opearl Developments is making its Canadian debut with Sail Condos
Five things to know about Canada's new mortgage rules
2016-02-15 The Canadian Press
Canadians looking to buy homes between $500,000 and $1 million will have to put down larger down payments as new federal rules took effect Monday.
Why is much of Toronto's public art found in condos?
2016-02-13 Amy Grief
In Toronto, you don't have to go to a gallery or museum to see notable art installations. That's because our city has a robust public art program that brings impressive pieces to parks and civic spaces as well as to private properties, such as condos and office buildings.
Future-proofing condos: Waterfront communities ahead of the tech curb
2016-02-11 Duncan McAllister
Forward-looking planners, architects and designers know that broadband and information technology have a transformative effect economically and socially on our urban communities.
The next tax on new home buyers
2016-02-11 John Herbert
Many Ontario residents don't realize that the main cause of today's housing affordability problem is constantly increasing taxes. Over the past 25 years the tax bill on a new home has increased from 3% to about 25%.
Price gap between Toronto houses and condos expected to shrink
2016-01-29 Tamsin McMahon
The price gap between condos and houses soared 50 per cent last year in the Greater Toronto Area as values of single-family homes skyrocketed, while the condo market flatlined.
Vancouver condo and apartment construction doubles over last year
2015-12-09 Ricard Dettman
The federal housing agency says work began on 2,089 homes, with condos and apartments accounting for 1,700 of them
Winnipeg joins ranks of Vancouver, Toronto as foreign investors snap up condos
2015-12-07 CBC News
Urban studies expert says new foreign condo ownership numbers signal investor interest
Toronto developers plan condominiums to appeal to one of two main types of buyer
2015-12-07 Martha Uniacke Breen
OMB approves landmark condo tower for Ottawa
2015-12-04 Matthew Pearson
Toronto condo prices could skyrocket 40 percent, predicts major developer
2015-12-03 Jameson Berkow
A major real estate developer is brushing off fears of a bubble in Torontos red-hot condo market
Cities on the rise: Tall condos transforming skylines across Canada
2015-12-03 Duncan McAllister
Metro takes a look at highrise residential buildings taking things to new heights from Halifax to Vancouver
CMHC finds foreign ownership of condos low but growing
2015-12-03 CBC News
In central Vancouver it's 5.4%, central Toronto 5.8%, though CMHC admits more data needed
Toronto condo market will continue to boom developer
2015-12-01 Ryan Smith
Lenders favouring rentals over condo construction, survey shows
2015-11-30 Tamsin McMahon
Apartments catching condos in Toronto
2015-11-23 Guy Dixon
Taller woodframe condos coming to Toronto
2015-11-17 Chris Bateman
A sixstorey woodframe condo could be coming to Queen and Dovercourt, thanks to new building codes passed earlier this year
Vibrant living on Yonge at Whitehaus Condominiums
2015-11-13 Toronto Sun
Can high-rise condos be pretty?
2015-11-11 Sabrina Maddeaux
Local artist James Lahey turns Concord Park Place into something worth seeing
Sixtyfive condos sold in 90 minutes at presale in Squamish
2015-11-10 Martin MacMahon
Lighthouse condo at Toronto's waterfront area offers a culturebased package
2015-11-08 Suzanne Wintrob
It's not called City of the Arts for nothing
Supply of condos looks good for the next 3 years
2015-11-07 George Carras
The gap between the prices of houses and condominium apartments is widening it's grown 44% since last year
Unsold condos in Toronto not a sign of bubble about to pop: economist
2015-10-26 Tamsin McMahon
Condos the only option for average Toronto firsttime homebuyers
2015-10-05 Jeff Lagerquist