The University of Toronto is situated on the border of Queen’s Park in the city’s core, and it has continued growing since its foundation in 1827. Today, it is considered Canada’s premier university, and it’s known internationally for its influential research. It’s also centrally located in downtown Toronto, close to neighbourhoods like Yorkville and the …
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Toronto Power Plant Gallery with the CN Tower in the background.
We all have our Sotheby’s International Realty moments, but we know and really believe, that our best Sotheby’s moments are yet to come.
TD Gallery of Inuit Art is a unique art gallery in the heart of the city. It was founded in 1967 by Toronto Dominion Bank to mark Canada’s 100th birthday.
With Christmas just around the corner, Distillery District is the place to be. The traditional Christmas Market is in motion. Bea has visited it recently and provided some great shots. Have a look!
Richard Silver talking about marketing to international buyers and sellers and how to ask the right questions to set yourself up for success.
New Torontoism videos: Richard Silver talks about North Toronto and having a dog in Toronto.
Here is a recent video from the Sotheby’s International Realty (SIR) head office that gives you the scope of the Sotheby’s brand and some of the traditional and non-traditional marketing opportunities.
Thanksgiving is around the corner and that means that Xmas is not very far off. These are great times to get together with family and all of the Torontoism Team will be taking part in the Seasonal Festivities with their loved ones. It is a great celebration of the harvest and is celebrated in almost every religion around the world.
The Toronto Sculpture Garden has been the site of innovative contemporary sculpture installations since 1981. This small, urban park in the downtown core serves as a testing ground for visual artists to experiment with public space and to address issues of architectural scale, materials and context.
The 38th annual Cabbagetown Festival of Arts, Toronto’s longest running community festival, took place last weekend, September 6th-7th. Our team, as big supporters of the event and Cabbagetown community visited the festival and we had an amazing time. Here are a few photos from the event!
The Entrance The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE), known also as The Ex, is an event leading up to and including Canadian Labour Day. It’s one of the largest annual events in North America and the largest one in Canada. These 18 days are full of fun, food, rides, games and entertainment. The first CNE exhibition …
The website for Toronto’s Fresh Home and Garden describes the store as “one of Canada’s most significant outdoor furnishings retailers.” Even if you find this boast hard to swallow, it’s also hard not to be even slightly impressed by the place.
Evergreen Brick Works a community environmental centre was transformed from a collection of deteriorating heritage buildings into a global showcase for green design and urban sustainability.
One of the most beautiful beaches in Toronto. It’s a sandy beach, located in the east end of the city.