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Welcome to our April 2015 e-Newsletter!        

It's no secret that Toronto's condos are getting smaller - I also have a piece with some insight into how designers are making small spaces functional.

Cavalia's got a new show called Odysseo, which looks like quite a spectacular. You'll find more information below, along with a link to the city's best Fish and Chips.

I recently read a piece in the Wall Street Journal about Canada's housing market, which I have linked to below. It's an interesting overview on what's happening and also provides some good reasons why Toronto's market isn't softening like other markets.

Along with more local market news from the Toronto Real Estate Board, you'll find five terrific listings, which include a townhouse at Yonge and St. Clair, a two bedroom suite at Radio City and three properties for lease.

As always, I thank you for your past and future business and any referrals you may have are greatly appreciated.


Cavalia's Odysseo: April 8-May 10 


Cavalia has brought a new show to Toronto! According to the site, Odysseo is an ode to horse and man that marries the equestrian arts, awe inspiring acrobatics and high-tech theatrical effects. The production includes more than 70 horses, a 1,393 square meter stage features, a real carousel and a magically appearing 302,000-litre lake in front of a stunning video backdrop the size of three IMAX screens. 

Click here for more information 

Kitchen inches: Designers find ways to carve out better spaces in small city condos


Condo units are getting smaller and smaller. So, needless to say, condo kitchens are getting smaller, too.

But are there ways to make a postage-stamp kitchen an efficient and comfortable space? And how can you decide if that kitchen will fit your needs, if all you have to go on is a floor plan, a glossy brochure and maybe a model suite?

Click here for the full article

Best Fish and Chips in Toronto


Torontonians have options when it comes to the British dish of fresh fish covered in crispy, deep-fried batter and paired with thick-cut chips. Here's a list of Toronto's best fish and chips restaurants - some are traditional, while others update the classic fare.

Click here to see the list

Toronto Housing Market May Not Join in Soft Landing


Canada's high-flying housing market finally seems to be making a landing that will be harder in some areas-notably the oil-producing provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan-than elsewhere, according to BMO Capital Markets.

Except for Vancouver and Toronto. The latter in particular has a flight plan that doesn't include landing anytime soon, BMO says. 

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51 Pleasant Blvd


Imagine the ease in your day, being tucked away quietly in the centre of town, only steps from your morning latte or prepared healthy meals from a selection up upscale restaurants. You're only a hop and a skip from groceries, transit, Goodlife, parks and more. It's a rare two-bedroom stacked condo townhouse opportunity for those whose time matters and those who have all the time on their hands to enjoy easy access to all our vibrant city has to offer.

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285 Mutual Street


This Radio City condo offers loft style elements like big windows, vast space, high ceilings and concrete, but unlike a loft, it has 2 bedrooms on a split plan, perfect for privacy and sharing. The master features an ensuite bath and the unit has laundry, superior finishes and most of all, it's got a wicked outdoor space with calmin urgan views of the city to make you forget the worries of your day. Don't miss the Church Wellesley Village vibe! All within minutes of Loblaws, TTC, Financial Core and more.


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954 King West 

$2,150 per month

Looking for wow factor? This ticks all the boxes! This is a sleek, sophisticated two bedroom soft loft with exposed concrete, soaring ceilings and a party sized terrace for impressive outdoor feasts with friends or quiet chats as the day winds down before escaping to your private master retreat with luxurious ensuite. Anyone in the know, knows King West is the place to be! Just steps to Queen West, Trinity Bellwoods, chic shops and restaurants, Liberty Village, with a short commute to the financial core. Can't ask for more!


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438 King West 

$2,175 per month

Fully Furnished And Well Appointed, Executive One Bedroom Plus Den With Parking & Locker, Entertainer's Open Concept Living/Dining/Kitchen W/Walk-Out To Open Balcony. Stellar West Sunset Views, Luxury Master Bath W/ Separate Shower And Den Large Enough To Be A Second Bedroom. Steps To Financial Core, Acc, Rogers Centre, Theatres And More. Also Available Unfurnished For $2000/Month


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8 Charlotte Street

$3,000 per month

Zip home from the office and get ready for your night! Catch a game, walk to the theatre, relax in the Big Smoke. This two bedroom, corner south/east/west suite at Charlie is incredibly bright, with soaring panoramic wow factor view! See the CN Tower, Rogers Centre, the late and financial core, all with easy reach. Minutes to restaurants, lounges and the plentiful Sunday brunch sweet spots of King and Queen west This is an urban dwellers paradise where entertainment and convenience are key! 


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Market News


TORONTO, April 7, 2015 -- Toronto Real Estate Board President Paul Etherington announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS´┐Ż reported 8,940 sales in March 2015.  This result represented an 11 per cent increase compared to March 2014.  Sales were up for most major home types, both in the City of Toronto and the surrounding regions.  New listings were also up, but by a lesser 5.5 per cent, indicating tighter market conditions.


Click here for the full Market Watch
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