What it is: A total revamp of the New Broadview Hotel, a 124-year-old Romanesque building at Queen and Broadview best known as the former home of Jilly’s strip club. The renovation plans were first released last year, but this new rendering offers a much clearer view of what’s in store.
The Property: This Church-Wellesley semi resides on a quiet cul-de-sac sandwiched between the Ryerson University campus to the south and condos to the north. It has floor-to-ceiling windows, cathedral ceilings and walls of exposed brick.
Address: 9 Felsman Lane
Neighbourhood: Parry Sound
Agent: Judy Parks, Paul Heenan and Linda Heenan, Royal Lepage Lakes of Muskoka; and Mike Timmins, Royal LePage Team Advantage Realty, Brokerage
The Place: A sprawling, 5,700-square-foot cottage with a guest bunkie, located on the shores of Georgian Bay.
The Property: This Niagara townhome and its neighbours stand out on their block, thanks to their modern design, industrial accents and floor-to-ceiling windows. This particular house, an end unit, one-ups the rest of the row with additional windows along its outer wall. A deck and rooftop lounge offer sunny spots for day drinking, should nearby Trinity-Bellwoods Park prove too packed.
The Property: This contemporary two-storey home is situated on a shallow lot across the street from the Wychwood Barns. It has a fully renovated kitchen and a finished (and soundproofed) basement.
What it is: A pair of condo towers, linked by an elevated bridge. They’d be 73 and 62 storeys in height, and they’d sit atop a nine-storey podium full of office and retail space. The development would span nearly half a block on the east side of Yonge Street, south of Gerrard.