Toronto Real Estate Roundup - July 5 2013

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Neighbourhood Spotlight: Roncesvalles

In the trendy Queen West neighbourhood between Dufferin and Roncesvalles, a proposed bylaw to cap new restaurants and bars at 25% has created quite a debate in the community.


Roncysigncl216The Queen West neighbourhood has erupted in the last few years with trendy new bars and restaurants. The debate lies between residents who are tired of being disturbed after 'last call' and those who feel that these new establishments have brought the neighbourhood to life.



Photo credit: Roncesvalles BIA

Condo News

Prognosis grim for Toronto condo investors (Globe and Mail)

Can a city that’s hooked on condo cash survive if its real estate boom goes bust? (National Post)

Toronto’s soaring condo market ignites fears of a U.S.-style crash
(Globe and Mail) 

Neighbourhood News

Slaughterhouse smell repels Toronto condo dwellers (Toronto Star)

Other neighbourhoods watching Parkdale’s nightspot-restriction bylaw closely (Toronto Star)

Other News

Paris transit plans eclipse Toronto (Globe and Mail)

Slow and unreliable, TTC is no longer the Better Way: Hume (Toronto Star)

Toronto’s $1-Mln-Plus Home Sales Steady Despite New Rules (Wall Street Journal)

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