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Video Done Deal, 15 Bayview Ridge, Toronto Video Video The ongoing, seemingly endless run-up in Toronto real-estate prices continues to amaze. A tiny two-storey row house down the alley from us was gutted, renovated to within an inch of its life and
Featured Video Close Video A Toronto lawyer charged in the slaying of his ex-husband has been blocked from collecting a share of the proceeds from the sale of a home the couple shared. Demitry Papasotiriou is charged with first-degree murder in the
Photo Save to mystar Two years after a Toronto man was murdered in an Ossington Ave. luxury home that belonged to his estranged husband, the property has sold for $900,000. The buyers, a professional couple in their mid-30s, were aware of the home's
Video video Video At the Randolph Theatre, as part of the ongoing Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival, McCulloch wore loose-fitting jeans, t-shirt and an unbuttoned shirt over top he's an adult now, as the Pursuit of Happiness song goes...Over the course
So when I brought home Mies van der Rohe's famous Farnsworth House (part of Lego's Architecture series), I wanted to get that first build over with so I could create my own design. For the record, building Mies' masterpiece, as directed, took quite a
Story As such, it would seem to fit perfectly into the evolving area between Dundas and Queen streets known as the Ossington Strip. Only a decade ago, Ossington was a grim stretch of car washes, auto-body shops and karaoke bars. Restaurants, coffee
Alexandra Posadzki The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Jun. 13 2012, 5:41 PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Jun. 13 2012, 5:41 PM EDT Toronto police are investigating after two people were struck by TTC buses in separate accidents in less than 24
150 for dinner for two with wine, tax and tip The new kid on Ossington isn't even on the block...Hallam Street (just south of Dupont) is about as far as you can get, cool-wise, from the southern Ossington strip.
100 for dinner for two with wine, tax and tip where to find it Toronto is enjoying a gastronomic explosion that makes the last great culinary boom look like pretty small beer. Sure, we were blown away in the eighties by the likes of Michael
About 80 potential buyers were given showings of this detached, three-storey duplex just south of the shops and restaurants on Bloor Street, near Ossington subway station. Four competing offers drove the final selling price up to $850,000.