In case you missed it – JKT July News

Rouge Park

Take a nature day trip from Toronto! Relax from the city buzz in Canada's first national urban park.  Ranging 4,050 hectares, it contains the best remaining wetlands, region's largest marshes, unspoiled beaches, and amazing hiking opportunities. Don't hesitate, take a public transport and explore this unique wilderness. Read more about it here!

A Changing Nest

A house of Bloor West’s upholsterer became a constantly evolving store with a mix of every-day little items and vintage gems. A Changing Nest is a cozy beautiful vintage furniture store with homey atmosphere. You can easily build a comfortable and convenient interior space with second-hand furniture from this unique place. Find out more about it on our blog!

The Junction Farmers' Market

Meet, shop, talk and eat in the vibrant Junction neighbourhood. The Junction Farmers' Market provides local, sustainably produced fresh foods in ways that build the community, support local food growers and producers. We can assure you, you will love the atmosphere there! Check out photo-essay on our blog.

July 2018 Market Report 

Supply remains an issue. After a very slow start of the year, mostly due to the effect of the mortgage rules changes had on buyers, people had time to think things through and they're ready to get into the market. The improved demand and the slowly but steadily rising prices are a proof of buyers scared by the new guidelines re-entering the Toronto real estate market, so it's safe to assume we will be experiencing more positive months like July 2018 towards the end of the year. Read details from Toronto Market Report here


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