Here are the five smallest libraries in Toronto.
As Urban Toronto reports, the four towers (at 46, 50, 74 and 80-storeys high) will bring nearly 1,900 residential units, 300 hotel rooms and more than 62,000 square-feet of commercial space to the area. The entire project, led by the Hong Kong-based Great Eagle Holdings looks like it's going to be set around Walton Street. It'll also include a cobblestone pedestrian walkway.
We previously reported how Metrolinx bought the camera company's former Canadian headquarters after it declared bankruptcy in 2012.
Located just north of College near Harbord, the two-level loft with 21 foot ceilings and walls of exposed brick is currently listed for $1,095,000. There's only 13 units in the low-rise building where every layout is customizable to the owner's taste. Some with landscaped gardens and others boasting spiral staircases, this two-plus-den is fabulous with bespoke bells, whistles and buttons.