toronto harbourfront: Toronto says goodbye to Captain John's - 05/28/15 07:40 PM

Toronto says goodbye to Captain John's
This morning Thursday May 28th a giant piece of Toronto history was hauled away from the Yonge St. slip where it has been a fixture for 40 years.
Hundreds came by foot and boat to Queens Quay for the send-off, of the ship, the Jadran. Some came to salute the end of an era, others to say good riddance, and others simply to be there to witness the event.
For a brief time, there was concern that mounting winds might delay the move again. But just after 10:30 a.m., as planned, super tug Jarrett began to pull … (4 comments)

toronto harbourfront: Buying Real Estate is an emotional business, - 03/08/15 08:15 PM

Buying Real Estate is an emotional business, mainly because buying a property is one of the biggest financial decisions for a person or persons who decide to invest in a home. This decision could affect their lives for years to come.
The right neighbourhood, the appropriate schools, community facilities that meets the needs of the family or individual are important factors when choosing the location of the property.
If buying a condo, the other considerations are what is the reputation of the Builder; and what facilities or amenities are included within the building complex.  

toronto harbourfront: Toronto, ON had a bone-chilling Thursday - 02/12/15 07:52 PM

Toronto, ON had a bone-chilling Thursday with the temperature at -16C and wind chill of -26C.
Residents bundled up to brace the frigid weather, which is expected to linger for the weekend. There has been an extreme cold weather alert in force for the city as the negative double-digit temperatures continue.
Two extra 24 hour drop-in warming centres have been opened to provide clients with warm food and drinks.
Toronto has seen 18 days of extreme cold weather warnings, so far, for the 2014/2015 Winter season.


toronto harbourfront: First Pedestrian Tunnel -Under Water to an Airport - 01/12/15 10:58 AM
First Pedestrian Tunnel -Under Water to an Airport
The world's first pedestrian tunnel under water to an airport is due to be completed this year.
This project under taken by the Toronto Port Authority involves building a pedestrian tunnel across Toronto's Western Gap to connect Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport to the mainland.
The pedestrian tunnel construction began in March 2012. When completed the tunnel is expected to provide an easy access route for travellers.
This pedestrian tunnel will have four moving sidewalks, travelling at 2.3 kilometres per hour. This part of your journey is … (2 comments)

toronto harbourfront: Now, I can say ….... it was so. - 12/18/14 08:38 AM

Now, I can say ….... it was so.
In July, I had written a blog titled,
 ‘Looking forward to the next six months …...’
……., and to those that read it and commented on it, here is the follow-up,
 ….., there were a STELLAR couple of months for me; I can now tick off an item on my ‘bucket list’, and I also made the Top Fifteen List for the month of September, in my Brokerage.

September and October were good sales month for me. I hope the momentum keeps up ……… even though the … (7 comments)

toronto harbourfront: Toronto Harbourfront – Queens Quay Revitalization ….. - 06/01/12 08:57 AM
Toronto Harbourfront – Queens Quay Revitalization …..
The long-awaited transformation of Queens Quay is about to begin. This has been in the works for a few years. First came the Planning, then the Design, then the Public Consultation and now the construction will start in 2012.

Waterfront Toronto is co-coordinating this big project. The aim is to streamline the construction work and also to keep all the businesses and attractions accessible to residents and visitors during the construction period. As with all big road construction projects it will entail, traffic disruptions, (also disruptions to the … (3 comments)

toronto harbourfront: The Toronto Waterfront is ..... - 01/08/12 06:14 PM
The Toronto Waterfrontis open to the public. This is made possible by the Harbourfront Centre which is a Canadian charity that operates the 10-acre site.
Various Courses and Workshops are conducted by the Harbourfront Centre. There are courses on Web and Social Media, Photography, Performing Arts etc., for those who are interested in a fun environment, at a great location, by Lake Ontario.
The Harbourfront Centre is a non-profit organization that provides arts, culture, education and recreation. The location is 235 Queens Quay W., Toronto.

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