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The condo project in the parking lot of Bayview Village Shopping Center is Called Arc.
Located on the north east corner of Bayview and Sheppard.

Steven Campbell, Sales Representative
Forest Hill Real Estate Inc., Brokerage

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Toronto North York Condos for Sale: 30 Canterbury Pl

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30 Canterbury Place

 

A beautiful 2 bedroom condo that has been converted to a large 1 bedroom.  Completely renovated with lots of great upgrades, Luxury living in the Yonge and Empress area.  Close to TTC, Shopping, Restuarants and other Entertainment.  This is a brand new building, Builders Plan Says 869 Square feet Plus 96 Sqaure foot Outdoor Living Space.

Features

  • 2 Bedroom Converted To 1 Bedroom Can Be Reversed.
  • 9′ Ceilings
  • Kitchen Has Granite Counters
  • Italian Glass
  • Granite Backsplash
  • Extra Deep Stainless Steel Sink W/Upgraded Faucet
  •  Jetted Tub & Maple Vanity In Master bedroom Ensuite
  • 2nd Bath Has Glass Integrated Sink Vanity System, Frameless Glass, Rain Shower Head.
  • Both Bathrooms Have Marble Floors & Walls.
  • Built in electric Fireplace In Living room with floor to ceiling Marble Facade
  • Large Terrace With Big Potted Plants (Included)
  • Gas Hook Up For Bbq

Extra Features

  • Broadloom Where Laid,
  • Roller Shades + Silk Drapes,
  • Built in Dishwasher,
  • Built in Wine Fridge,
  • Built in Mircrowave,
  • Built in Covection oven,
  • Hood
  • Fridge,
  • 5 Burner Slide In Convection Range
  • Stacked Washer/Dryer,
  • Laminate
  • Closet Organizer’s,
  • Custom Design Pantry

Steven Campbell, Sales Representative
Forest Hill Real Estate Inc., Brokerage

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Harrison Garden Blvd Condos for Sale Inventory: August 20, 2008

Below is a current list  of all Condos for sale on Harrison Garden Blvd., located at Yonge and Sheppard, just north of highway 401 in Toronto’s North york.  There are 36 units available as of August 20th, 2008.  Fill out the form below to recieve free list of all available units for sale including PHOTOS and PRICES sent to you directly from the MLS.

16 Harrison Garden Blvd

2 units available for sale

  • 2 – 2 bedroom with 2 washrooms

18 Harrison Garden Blvd

1 Unit Available for sale

  • 1 – 1 bedroom plus den with 1 washroom

28 Harrison Garden Blvd

8 Units Available for sale

  • 2 – 1 bedroom plus den with 1 washroom
  • 1 – 2 bedrooms and 1 washrooms
  • 4 – 2 bedrooms and 2 washrooms
  • 1 – 3 bedrooms 2 washrooms penthouse

 

30 Harrison Garden Blvd

3 Units Available for sale

  • 2 – 2 bedrooms with 2 washrooms

 

51 Harrison Garden Blvd

1 Unit Available

  •  1 – 1 bedroom plus den with 1 washroom

 

55 Harrison Garden Blvd

1 Unit Available

  • 1 – 1 bedroom plus den with 1 washroom

78 Harrison Garden Blvd

10 Units Available

  • 3 – 1 bedroom with 1 washroom
  • 1 – 1 bedroom plus den with 1 washroom
  • 4 – 2 bedroom plus 2 washrooms
  • 2 – 2 bedroom plus den and 2 washrooms

 

80 Harrison Garden Blvd.

11 Units Available

  • 1 – 1 bedroom plus den with 1 washroom
  • 1 – 1 bedroom plus den with 1 washroom
  • 6 – 2 bedroom with 2 wahsroom
  • 2 – 2 bedrooms plus den with 2 washrooms
  • 1 – 2 bedrooms plus den and solarium with 3 washrooms

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Forest Hill Real Estate Inc., Brokerage

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Toronto Real Estate Board Update: GTA Resale Housing Remains Stable in August

The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) resale housing market remained stable throughout the first half of this month, Toronto Real Estate Board President (TREB) Maureen O’Neill announced today.

“We’re continuing to see consistent levels with respect to sales volumes and prices,” said Ms. O’Neill. “While the numbers are more conservative than those in recent years, the stability we’re experiencing should help sustain consumer confidence as we move into the fall market.”

With 3,019 transactions in the GTA during the first half of the month, sales were down 13 per cent compared to the 3,480 sales recorded at mid-August last year, and off eight per cent compared to the 3,290 sales recorded during the same period in 2006.

In the City of Toronto, 1,192 transactions were recorded, down 15 per cent from the 1,411 sales that took place in the first half of August 2007, and off six per cent compared to the 1,269 sales that occurred in the same timeframe two years ago.

“While 2007 was a record year, it is still worthwhile to note that sales in the City of Toronto increased 11 per cent between mid-August 2006 and mid-August 2007, before the Toronto Land Transfer Tax went into effect,” said Ms. O’Neill.

In the 905 Region there were 1,827 sales to mid-month, down 12 per cent from the 2,069 transactions that took place in the same period a year ago, and off 10 per cent from the 2,021 sales recorded in the first two weeks of August 2006.

Prices meanwhile, increased compared to the same timeframe last year. The current average price in the GTA is $373,844, up five per cent from the mid-August 2007 figure of $354,088.

In the City of Toronto the average price is currently $394,563, up seven per cent from the $370,037 figure recorded a year ago.

In the 905 Region the average price is $360,325, up five per cent from the $343,210 recorded at mid-August 2007.

There are currently 26,128 active listings, up 28 per cent from the 20,365 properties available for sale a year ago. This has resulted in homes remaining on the market for a slightly longer period of 35 days compared to 32 days last August.

Several GTA neighbourhoods however, experienced brisk sales throughout the first half of this month.

In Whitby (E15) transactions increased 12 per cent compared to the same period a year ago as a result of strong detached home sales.

Detached home sales also led Aurora (N06) to a 21 per cent increase in transactions.

Streetsville (W19) saw eight per cent more transactions driven by a significant increase in the sale of attached row houses.

In Downtown Toronto (C01) transactions increased six per cent compared to mid-August 2007 as a result of strong sales in all housing types.

“It’s encouraging to see strong activity levels in pockets throughout all four corners of the GTA.” Said Ms. O’Neill.

Source: TREB (Toronto Real Estate Board)

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Toronto Real Estate Board Update: GTA Resale Housing Stable in July

August 6, 2008 — With 7,806 transactions recorded last month, the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) resale housing market continued at a moderate pace in July, Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) President Maureen O’Neill announced today.

Prices remained stable throughout the GTA in July. At $371,427 the average price increased slightly more than one per cent from $366,012 recorded in July 2007 and nine per cent from the $342,034 figure of two years ago.

In the City of Toronto the average price of $395,342 increased less than one per cent from the July 2007 price of $395,044 and 10 per cent from the July 2006 figure of $360,409.

In the 905 Region the average price increased three per cent to $355,401 compared to the July 2007 figure of $345,967. This also represents an eight per cent increase from the July 2006 average of $329,644.

“Sales declined 12 per cent last month from the best-ever July 2007 record of 8,912 but increased 10 per cent from the 7,082 sales transacted in July 2006,” said Ms. O’Neill. “Comparing July 2007 with July 2006, sales increased by 26 per cent.”

In the City of Toronto 3,132 sales were recorded, down 14 per cent from July 2007’s 3,640 transactions but up 10 per cent from the 2,852 sales recorded two years ago in 2006. Comparing July 2007 with July 2006, a period before the Land Transfer tax went into effect in Toronto, sales increased 28 per cent.

In the 905 Region there were 4,674 transactions, down 11 per cent from July 2007’s 5,272 sales but up 10 per cent from the 4,230 sales recorded in July 2006. Comparing July 2007 with July 2006, sales increased 25 per cent.

From a year-to-date perspective, the GTA’s 51,249 sales in 2008 have declined 14 per cent from the 59,339 reached at this time a year ago.

Certain neighbourhoods throughout the GTA experienced increased sales activity in July.

In Whitby (E15) sales increased 22 per cent from July 2007, based on strong sales in most housing types.

Brampton East (W24) saw a 12 per cent increase, based primarily on semi-detached home sales.

Strong detached home sales drove Uxbridge (N16) to a 23 per cent increase compared to a year ago.

The Annex (C02) experienced a 29 per cent sales increase due to strong detached home and condominium apartment sales.

In addition to stable prices, the list to sale price ratio, at 98 per cent, remains unchanged from a year ago.

“While homeowners continue to see healthy returns, it is taking slightly longer to achieve a sale; the average time on market has increased to 33 days compared to 31 days a year ago,” said Ms. O’Neill. “This may be due to that fact that there is now more choice available to homebuyers; there are currently 26,543 active listings, a 28 per cent increase from a year ago.”

Source: TREB (Toronto Real Estate Board)

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