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The New Riverdale Farm Business Plan Update

City councillors voted unanimously to accept a business plan for Riverdale Farm, to maintain the necessary funding levels in order to keep the beloved farm open for now. The farm’s operations cost about $493,900 a year. So far, the coalition has raised $17,000 since June, and anticipate to raise $100,000 this year; with a goal of raising up to $345,000 if all fundraising efforts are successful. [Source] Read More »

PAWS IN THE PARKETTE III

The Cabbagetown Residents’ Association is hosting an event for all dog lovers and their furry friends! Cabbagetown South dogs, dog owners, and their friends are all welcome to attend this FREE EVENT. WHEN: Sunday June 24, 2012 | 11:00am – 12:00pm WHERE: Ontario Street Parkette (between Dundas & Shuter) The hour long festivity is great for kids and a good opportunity to meet some of your neighbours. Everyone is welcome to participate in the fun competitions, which include: *Biggest Dog* and *Smallest Dog* *Dog with the Longest Tail* *Most Fashionable Dog* *Best Dog Trick!* AND FINALLY … *Dog that most ... Read More »

Riverdale Farm Status Report

Here is an email snippet from the Don Vale Cabbagetown Residents Association that I’d like to share with you all, regarding the media coverage and business plan currently in development with Riverdale Farm. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dear DVCRA Members, The Executive Committee moved our business plan to the last stage of approval; City Council will vote on it on July 11, 2012. Here is a summary of key messages: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Council asked the Coalition to present a business plan to explore new partnerships and set a strategic direction for Riverdale Farm. This plan provides a responsible, long-term vision to create a sustainable ... Read More »

Luminato 2012: Condomonium on the Streets of Regent Park

Street artist Dan Bergeron uses re-purposed condo-ad boards to create a series of sculptures that line the streets of Parliament, between Wellesley and Gerrard. Click on the link here to see some of Bergeron’s condo ad–inspired 3D sculptures in the community. Read More »

Cabbagetown Legal Triplex with 58K NOI

Having trouble viewing video? Click here An amazing investment opportunity! A grand Victorian Triplex is for sale in Cabbagetown with three self contained units and a double car garage. Extra deep lot with over 130 feet and very large outdoor deck and garden spaces.  It’s perfect for a user/investor who wants to buy a home and have a portion rented out to pay for your mortgage. The property has two units rented and the third is vacant and can be rented or provided vacant for the buyer to move into. Here are the highlights of the property per unit: Main ... Read More »

Protected: A big price tag

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Protected: Money Maker?

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Protected: Little or big love

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Protected: An overdue two week update – May 31, 2011

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Wide spread – April 13, 2011

We have a massive list of properties to review since I wasn't able to do my video since Saturday due to a very sore throat. We have a treat with some great properties including a historic coach house on Wellesley Place hosting 3000 square feet. Carlton is a great deal for an investor looking to bring a Cabbagetown home for sale back to life plus many more condos for sale Read More »