Toronto has more condominium buildings in development than any other city in North America.
It’s no wonder the population is swelling – we live in a financially stable, culturally vibrant and diverse multicultural city – the largest in Canada.
More and more people are immigrating here from Europe, Asia and South America and this demand is currently keeping pace with the supply thanks to all the shiny new glass and steel condo towers that have sprung up literally everywhere.
So what is it about a 1200 square foot Midtown co-op turned condo in a 1929 brownstone that is so appealing? It’s old, it’s small and it has no amenities. Not even ensuite laundry!?!
You’re about to find out…
Recently featured in the Globe & Mail Real Estate Section both in print and video format was this Done Deal – 480 Oriole Parkway #201.
Click the image below to watch the video and for a link to the article, just click here.