With crews demolishing the Guvernment and condo registration now open, it's refreshing to have new buzz along that lonely stretch of Queens Quay, where the Bay Street downtown bus shares the wide road with cars, cyclists and the occasional pedestrian.
Toronto continues to be condo crazy, and while the increased interest in tall-tower living is great for buyers who feel priced out of the detached housing market, it's a mixed blessing for sellers of those units.
The already expansive price gap between condos and detached housing in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) will continue to expand towards the end of the decade as new detached development is squeezed against the walls of the protected Greenbelt and overwhelmed by mature millennials looking for backyards.
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