14 Dec A condo that fits families.
Original article via Globe and Mail. Click here to read.
There’s nothing novel about families living in high-rise apartments in big cities, of course, and Toronto’s 1960s-vintage slab towers have housed tens of thousands of families with children for decades.
But among GTA buyers who might have been able to acquire a starter home as recently as a decade ago, demand for larger units suitable for kids seems to have perked up, if only by default. “We’re a generation behind,” said Lirad Kligman, director of sales and marketing for Metropia, which is targeting such buyers in projects at Yonge and Eglinton and another in a townhouse/tower joint venture with Toronto Community Housing at Bedford and Davenport Road.