Trinity Bellwoods (Toronto, ON)
By Anne Lok, Toronto Modern Real Estate
(Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Toronto Realty)
In a real estate market where the listing price of a home is almost meaningless with multiple bidders pushing the offer price up, and the asking price is no longer the benchmark for how much a home is worth, what are the options between buying a resale home versus building your own infill dwelling within 4-6 months?   Hive Modular recently set up a Toronto team which will provide homeowners turn-key service from land acquisition to build to occupancy. So rather than having thehome owner find a contractor, deal with permits and coordinating delivery of the modules, you will have a team that will manage all your needs.   More about the team at The turn-key service includes Architectural design by Hive, project and construction management by Equinox04/09/2012
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By Malcolm Johnston, Trenton Real Estate
(Century 21 Lanthorn Real Estate LTD., Trenton, Ontario)
My son and I drove down to the Big Smoke on Saturday night to participate in Nuit Blanche.  We found a very good parking spot at the bottom of Church Street surprisingly quickly, and it was only $5.00 for the night. Score. We were off to a great start. One - nil to the good guys. We could hear the drums and see hazy purple smoke and lights in the distance as we scurried towards King and Yonge along with the crowd. We thought this would be a sensible starting place. We wandered around for a few hours, unable to make sense of a lot of what we were seeing, but we had an absolute blast. It was a pretty surreal experience at times. There were too many displays to get to, so we concentrated on the ones near Dundas Square. I didn't feel like walking to the Distillery District or Libertyville. ...
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(Royal LePage Connect Realty)
With summer in full bloom, I'm out walking and exploring my neighborhood.  There are a lot of farmers markets that are now open until the fall. I've checked out the market that is located in Trinity Bellwoods Park. The park runs from Queen St. to Dundas St at the north end. The market is located at the top end of the park at Dundas. Its open every Thursday in the summer months. Its wonderful opportunity to support our local farmers and try some interesting products like specialty cheeses, organic fruits, vegetables, coffees and honey, lots of other products are available too. I thoroughly enjoyed the goat cheese from Monforte Dairy.  They are a small operation from Stratford, Ontario. So, if you are lucky enough to live in the neighborhood you should check out this little market. On my ...
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By Sylvie Conde, Broker, Toronto Real Estate
(Sutton Group-Associates Realty Inc., Brokerage)
The Trinity Bellwoods Farmer's Market is coming to an end for this year.The last one will be held on October 28th ... less than 1 week away. Don't miss this market.  It promotes local and urban sustainable agriculture. There is an amazing selection of locally grown, organic produce, freshly baked bread, a selection of meats and dairy.   Don't forget to take your re-usable bags, as plastic bags available are few.   If you drive there, don't park on Shaw Street, by the park.That area is reserved for the vendor vehicles.There is also an on-leash area for pets.Smoking is not allowed in the immediate market area.If you require additional information, call 416-435-8860 Trinity Bellwoods Park is at the corner of Dundas & Shaw Street and the market vendors are set up on the on the North west si...
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