Wednesday, May 16, 2018

E Condos Bringing Colour to the Midtown Toronto Skyline

Posted by UrbanToronto.ca
May 15, 2018 1:05 pm | by Jack Landau

For the past decade, the 52-storey north tower of Minto Midtown stood as the tallest building in Toronto's Yonge and Eglinton area. That all changed earlier in 2018, when the south tower of BazisMetropia, and RioCan's E Condos surpassed Minto Midtown in height to become the neighbourhood's new tallest tower. The 58 and 38-storey, Rosario Varacalli-designed residential towers have made quite a bit of progress in the last several months, including the topping out of the shorter 38-storey rental tower.

At the time of our last update in late November 2017, the towers stood at heights of 42 and 32 storeys, and the installation of exterior finishes was only hinting, at that point, of the towers' final look. In the several months since, forming has wrapped up for the rental tower along Roehampton Avenue, while the 58-storey condominium tower now nears its final 196-metre height.




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Friday, May 11, 2018

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Market Watch For Resale in April 2018



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Thursday, April 12, 2018

Condo rental prices in Toronto have already jumped 10 per cent this year — here’s why

BuzzBuzzHome.com

Sarah Niedoba Apr 12, 2018


Toronto home sales might have fallen in the first quarter of 2018, but rents certainly didn’t.
According to a report released today by Urbanation, the average monthly rent for a condo in Toronto jumped 10.7 per cent to $2,206 in Q1, the second biggest increase since 2010 (after Q3 2017’s 11.5 per cent jump.)
That jump in prices comes as supply levels continue to fall. The number of rented condo units dropped 12 per cent year-over-year in Q1, with the level of available new condos falling to 1,945, the lowest level in eight years.
And for those hoping that supply levels might increase as condo investors place more of their units on the market, it’s worth noting that the average annual income required to buy an average Toronto resale condo has also gone up. It’s now $100,000, up from $77,000 this time last year.
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Condo rents in Toronto jump 10.7% in Q1

TheBusinessTimes.com

THU, APR 12, 2018 - 5:50 AM


FINDING a condo to rent in Toronto is tough enough - paying for it has just got a lot harder.
Average monthly rents in Canada's biggest city surged 10.7 per cent in the first quarter from a year earlier to C$2,206 (S$2,290), according to Urbanation.
That's the second-biggest increase since the firm started tracking the data in 2010, surpassed only by the 11.5 per cent jump in the third quarter of last year.
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Market Watch for March 2018



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Tuesday, March 27, 2018