Curiocity: Toronto’s controversial new building will have luxury penthouses just for your car

Posted November 1, 2021

You can’t make this stuff up. Toronto’s latest real estate venture is the city’s first-ever condo for cars, with penthouse suites just for you to park your wheels. The 3-storey building, called ToyBx, will be conveniently located near the Gardiner Expressway and Highway 427 and will serve as a premium storage space for your vehicle.

Toronto Star: Toronto’s first ever car condo is coming to the city and some housing experts are calling it ‘disrespectful’

Posted October 28, 2021

Automobile aficionados in Toronto will soon be able to purchase a penthouse to store their vehicles.

Toronto-based real estate brokerage firm Metropolitan Commercial Realty recently announced plans to build what it describes as the city’s first-ever “car condo.”

Peel Weekly News: Diving into the state of housing affordability in Peel Region

Posted October 22, 2021

Have we finally turned a corner when it comes to housing affordability - or is it a bridge too far? The issue of affordability has played on my mind for some quite some time, as I have watched friends and colleagues spend outside their means to gain the smallest measure of a home that fits within their budget, sacrificing much in the process.

Halifax Examiner: Houston’s housing plan: rent control stays, 1,100 new affordable units, interventions in Halifax planning

Posted October 21, 2021

Premier Tim Houston’s Progressive Conservative government is keeping temporary rent control and pledging 1,100 new affordable housing units along with interventions in municipal planning as part of its plan to address the housing crisis.

Huddle: ACORN Applauds Rent Control Extension, But Will Keep Lobbying To Make It Permanent

Posted October 21, 2021

HALIFAX–Wednesday’s announcement by Nova Scotia Premier Tim Houston that he was extnding rent control came as a surprise to the province.

Since before the election, Houston stood steadfast that rent control wasn’t the answer to the province’s housing crisis. After forming the government, the Progressive Conservative party’s tone on the issue didn’t waver.