Toronto Ranked One of the Greenest Cities in the World

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According to Treepedia, a new platform designed by researchers at MIT’s Senseable City Lab, Toronto is one of the greenest cities in the world with a 19.5% Green View Index …

New York Times Names Canada Top Place to Go in 2017

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Canada leads the way on the New York Times’ 52 Places to Go in 2017 list, beating out natural wonders (the Matterhorn in Zermatt, Switzerland, #4), architectural icons (Hamburg, Germany, …

Thomson Reuters Expansion to Bring up to 1,500 Jobs to Toronto

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Thomson Reuters recently announced plans to augment their existing operations in downtown Toronto by adding 400 jobs over the next two years, part of an ongoing expansion in Canada that …

The Economist Ranks Toronto 4th Most Livable City in the World

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Toronto placed fourth on The Economist’s 2016 ranking of the world’s most livable cities, an attempt to compare and quantify the best and worst living conditions through a liveability index. …

2016 GTA Market Report- Part three: Affordability

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In this installment of our 2016 GTA Market Report series, we will examine how affordability is increasingly becoming an important force in shaping GTA markets.  With the lack of low-rise …

2016 GTA Market Report- Part two: Strong Demand Supported by Population Growth

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As discussed in Part One of our 2016 GTA Market Report series , decreases in the availability of developable land due to legislated land boundaries and legislative land use policies …

2016 GTA Market Report – Part One: Land Scarcity

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In conjunction with our 2016 GTA Market Report, available to Greybrook investors, we will be exploring through a 4-part blog series some critical forces that are currently driving growth of …

Could this be Toronto in 2050?

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The future of The 6 looks bright, according to a recent BlogTO article that explored some of the ways Toronto might change over the next 34 years. While there are …