Is the current Midtown Toronto real estate market changing or are we in for more multiple offer situations? Patrick Rocca gives us an up to date impression of the fall 2017 Midtown Toronto real estate market and how to plan for 2018. Jeffrey: This is Jeffrey Veffer from Incite Design, and today I have with

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David Rose helps clients complete renovations in Toronto. In over 35 years of overseeing renovation projects, he has “seen it all” and can anticipate the pitfalls that can come up during a renovation. In our conversation, David talks about the number one things clients fail to understand about the renovation and remodelling process and how to get

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For those who haven’t kept up with the headlines, the Real Estate Market In Toronto has been changing on an almost weekly basis, with rising prices and diminishing supply common for the past several years. In this interview, Patrick Rocca of Bosley Real Estate in North Toronto shares his observations and tips for both buyers and

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On Now Toronto’s site there is a good discussion of the recent consultations taking place to determine how Toronto can implement laneway housing as an additional stock of rental accommodations. Even though Vancouver has allowed laneway housing since 2009, Toronto has been slower to move in this direction. Some of the challenges have been around servicing

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We have seen other examples of printed housing, but as with anything, there are limitations with any process. In other examples, the walls and other elements are printed indoors and then shipped to the site to be assembled. Or there are limitations on site because of the size and complexity of the printer. This method

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Carbon Upcycling: Turning Carbon Dioxide into CO2NCRETE from UCLA Luskin on Vimeo. Did you know that that the production of cement is one of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions? Around 5 percent of the planet’s greenhouse gas emissions comes from concrete. Even though concrete has been with us for centuries (actually the Roman’s

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One of the challenges with building houses is the scale of materials and machines required to assemble components on site. Until now, this has been beyond the range of most 3D printers which have been designed to fit on a desk rather than a dusty construction site. Recently Russian engineer Nikita Chen-yun-ta unveiled a new

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Building houses quickly and on a very tight budget through additive manufacturing is a very interesting proposition. It would afford builders huge amounts of design flexibility, giving way to unusual but highly functional structures that simply couldn’t be assembled any other way in challenging locations. 3D-printed houses may be about to become more commonplace as

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