Toronto Real Estate Roundup - June 28 2013

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Neighbourhood Spotlight: Mimico

Residents of Mimico's waterfront community are losing faith as newest plans of revitalizing the waterfront are headed for Toronto City hall in July after almost a decade of deliberation.


Residents fear that this 'revitalization' project will do everything but. With old apartment buildings already scattering the Mimico Waterfront, it is feared that these buildings will simply be replaced with new high rise condos - as that is what Toronto's waterfront is notorious for.

Mimico waterfront
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Condo News

Video: Developer Peter Freed on the Toronto condo market (Globe anbd Mail)

Upping fees to build could put ‘bullet in the head’ of Toronto’s condo market, says developer (National Post)

Toronto real estate: New condo buyers could face big bills at move-in time (Toronto Star)

Get the dirt on Toronto condos using new review site (Toronto Star)

Neighbourhood News

Mimico waterfront plan fails to meet sky-high expectations (Toronto Star)

Corktown Common, Toronto's latest waterfront park, to open June 28 (Canada Newswire)

Church Street parking spots await transformation into ‘parklets’ (Toronto Star)


Other Real Estate News

Bidding wars, soaring house prices hit Hamilton real estate (Toronto Star)

The greening of Bay Street’s modernist masterpiece (Globe and Mail)

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