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If what you’ve been craving in condo living is more space, more light, and a beautiful view, then this is the suite for you!
Located in a well-maintained building on a quiet cul-de-sac, the large balcony of this condo overlooks the 18th hole of the Ladies Golf Club of Toronto. It features an eat-in kitchen with separate dining room, large living room with sliding doors to the balcony, large family room, two bedrooms, ensuite laundry, and two full bathrooms.
Located at Bloor/Lansdowne, this 2-bed, 1.5-bath townhouse has lots of features to fall in love with: a dining room off the kitchen with sliding doors to the patio and bbq, upper-level laundry, walk-in closets in both bedrooms, and a storage locker.
Look no further for a great investment opportunity in a terrific location! This recently-renovated bungalow features 4 bedrooms on the main floor plus two additional bedrooms in the large, fully-finished basement.
With the Kevin Costner 1995 film “Waterworld” seeming more fact than fantasy as the years wear on and polar ice decreases, one company called The Seasteading Institute is taking steps to make floating cities a reality.
French Polynesian islands such as Kiribati are at risk from rising sea levels, and have tourist-based economies. The government has supported the initial plans of the Institute, and will be moving on to economic and environmental studies as they try to pin down a specific location for the construction.
Read more about this exciting pilot project here.