The Collection by Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage | Fall 2022

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COLLECTION
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DESIGN & DECOR

8 GOLDEN RULES FOR LUXURY LIVING with Diana Rose

14 PUBLIC SPACE FOR ALL Creating an inclusive public realm

ARTS & CULTURE

38 JUST BEYOND Denyse Thomasos at the AGO

Q&A

22 LIFE OF BRYAN

In conversation with Bryan Trottier

FOOD & DRINK

32 DON'T WORRY, JUST COOK

Things not worth worrying about

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48 LISTING DIRECTORY

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LETTER

FALL

With summer in the rearview mirror, and the kids back to school, many are putting their attention towards the real estate market. Naturally, I’m being asked many questions about real estate, prices, borrowing costs, and more.

Yes, these are interesting times. After the run we experienced, I’m not surprised by the decline in activity. I’ve said many times that the pace of sales and price appreciation was unsustainable.

But now that we’ve had some time to adjust to interest rates and slower sales cycles, we’re beginning to see some stalemates at the negotiating table. A home comes to market, a buyer submits an offer below list, the seller signs back in the middle, and the buyer walks. One and done offers, with no interest in a negotiation. So, sellers are waiting unless they must sell.

Now, none of us know the future. In three months, that buyer may be regretting the hard stance, or the seller may regret passing on a firm offer. We only know where we were and where we are today. With that in mind, here are some trends to note:

1. March 2022 marked the first of five months of average price declines. That ended in August, and though September numbers haven’t been published at the time of writing, I expect prices to hold.

2. At the end of August, housing inventory was 2.36 months. This is down from June and July, and hardly an abundant supply. We have simply not seen a surge in housing inventory alongside the decline in sales volume.

3. The bulk of sales takes place between $600,000 and $1,500,000. Since June, roughly 75% of all sales have occurred in this price range.

4. Homes over $2,000,000 are accounting for a smaller percentage of the sales mix. In February, homes over $2M made up 12% of all sales. In August, they represented less than 5.5%.

5. Despite the drop in sales volume for luxury homes, prices are holding. This sub-market is less sensitive to interest rates. For homes that sold for $3,000,000 or more, the average sale price, median sales price, and ‘sale to list price ratio’ have been fairly consistent since March.

The fall real estate market is now underway. I would encourage anyone reading this to reach out to me or a member of the Harvey Kalles sales team. We will be happy to provide clarity around the current real estate market conditions.

PRESIDENT'S
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We could all use a little more luxury in our lives – or a lot, for that matter! The home is the perfect place to focus that eye for opulence. Consider luxury upgrades as an investment toward a higher quality of life, not to mention a boost to your overall property value! Here are five essential tips to raise the bar.

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Architectural Details

As a designer, I often see beauty where others may not. A winding staircase, an elegant archway, a grand fireplace – it’s these integrated elements that make the difference between superficial luxury (such as furniture and finishes) and opulence from the inside out. If your home is already graced with these features, showcase them with strategic lighting, furniture pairings and accessories or artwork. If your home lacks such details, consider adding some in the form of wall paneling, plaster ceiling details or upgrading your existing fireplace. Then, be sure to highlight these features so they stand out.

CREAT AN

Intricate Mix of Materials

When it comes to luxury, the details are everything. Think about an ultra highend purse – it wouldn’t be the same without the fine stitch-work and elegant inner lining, even if you can’t see these from afar. I give my projects a luxe look by layering in as much detail as possible, where appropriate. For example, metal inlays, upholstered wall paneling as a headboard, wallpaper, tile pattern and the like. The idea here isn’t to overdo or overfill a space, but rather to leave no detail overlooked, regardless of how small it may seem.

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Comfort

As we increasingly spend more time living, working and entertaining at home, we’re moving toward creating spaces that meet all our needs and wants. Luxury design is not just about beauty on the surface. The concept has evolved to customize as much as possible, tailoring a home to its owner’s lifestyle, cocooned in complete comfort. Think heated floors and “smart” technology at your fingertips; spainspired bathrooms with steam showers and soaker tubs; hotel-style bedroom suites with layered bedding and pillows piled high. For entertainment, we are working on a few stunning new builds with amenities such as indoor pools with spas, bowling alleys, video games rooms and wine rooms. From a functional perspective, many homeowners are requesting decked-out mudrooms, pantries and organization systems in closets and home offices, to accommodate the remote work trend.

Integrate multi-zone lighting in key areas of your home to help highlight important features and achieve different atmospheres based on your desired mood. Consider LEDs, sconces, chandeliers and pot lights — all on dimmers!

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tip:

CONSIDER

Custom

Nothing says “luxury” like a custom-made piece, created uniquely for you, just as you like it. Whether we’re talking clothes, cars or cabinetry, custom design elevates and enhances your space and life. It’s not overt, but the fit and finish is just perfect, which is the real beauty of custom pieces. When it comes to our homes, things such as custom cabinetry, built-ins and furniture are created to spec, ensuring the most efficient use of your space in a way that accommodates your lifestyle, whether your goal is durability, organization or aesthetic value.

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CHOOSE A Monochromatic Colour Palette

Colour is essential in creating space with a timeless, elegant effect. Monochromatic spaces look bigger and brighter, and a minimalistic colour palette sets the stage for unique architectural details, stand-out furniture and artwork. White is a popular choice for its refined, delicate aesthetic, but it’s not the only choice by any means. A monochromatic palette of layered blues, greens or organic earth tones, along with a variety of materials and textures, gives the space dimension and creates interest.

A little luxury can certainly go a long way. Ensure any upgrades you make in your home are thoughtful, practical and beautiful, and don’t settle for second-best. Work with an experienced professional designer to ensure your budget is invested in the right places. Your home is your castle, so do what you can to make it look and live like one!

Diana Rose is the Principal of Diana Rose Design. She is known for luxurious interior designs with an approachable, signature style that blends both modern and transitional aesthetics. For more information, visit dianarose.design

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PUBLIC SPACE FOR ALL

What does it mean to create an inclusive public realm?

There is so much more to be considered beyond the physical space when we talk about designing an inclusive public realm. When we address inclusivity as designers and planners, we are addressing both the mental and the physical experience of a community. This should be a fundamental pillar to every design approach and process, particularly when designing truly equitable public space.

Let’s start with what ‘an inclusive and equitable public realm’ means to me. As a person of colour, walking into a new space, I often question: Do I feel comfortable? Do I feel safe? As I navigate through a city, I examine what spaces make me feel a sense of belonging, and what spaces don’t. What conscious steps have been taken by its architects and planners to facilitate this level of equity, accessibility and lack of bias or judgment amongst those who utilize it?

Equitable and inclusive public spaces do not discriminate on gender, race, or age demographic. They are not ableist nor classist, and what’s more, they have been carefully constructed to bring different backgrounds and cultures together in an organic way. Truly inclusive public space emphasizes cohesion and (positive) collision between communities, which is something we need now more than ever.

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In the wake of George Floyd and Black Lives Matter protests, the deep economic divisions exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, amongst many other fractures in our social fabric, it is critical that designers, create public space to unite communities, rather than divide them.

So, how do we get there? That’s one question we ask at B+H.

Well-designed public space, from parks to plazas to libraries, can in some ways quell the negative effects of gentrification. What do I mean by this? Well, for one, it is important to acknowledge that ‘gentrification’ itself has become a dirty word. In many cases, the negative connotation associated with it are justified, particularly when lower-income communities are redlined and no effort is made on behalf of the City, the developers, and their design teams, to create an integrated neighbourhood. But, in some cases, gentrification can be managed in a way that both respects the needs of the existing community, while also welcoming in a new one. This

is rooted in an inclusive consultation process that encourages community storytelling.

Let me share an example. As the Riverside community in the East End of Toronto underwent a transformation, with the introduction of new residents, new condos, a boutique hotel, and craft breweries, attention turned to their local park, and what exactly to do with it. Joel Weeks Park had been an anchor of the community, hosting family barbeques and basketball games. But as the neighbourhood around it saw an influx of investment, it prompted the City to reevaluate the park, as well. Did it need to change too? And if so, how?

Together with Janet Rosenberg & Studio Inc., I was brought in as part of an engagement team to ask these questions to the community. Our team held an extensive community consultation process that prioritized hearing a diverse community tell their personal stories of their vision for the park. We collected a patchwork of stories spanning demographics, from new immigrants to school

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creating inclusive space. artist rendering courtesy of b+h

children, to older couples who had resided there over 20 years. And from these discussions, we left with a different vision for the park than we began.

We discovered that the existing basketball court was a critical social anchor for the local children. It held a tremendous amount of emotional currency that couldn’t be replicated tearing down and building something new. Certain components of the park were improved, and new areas were introduced. Keeping some of the old was important to creating a space where both the existing and incoming community felt a sense of shared belonging. It allowed for true community integration.

This process of community storytelling reinforced a crucial lesson about our built environment. Creating valuable public space can't be a ‘copy and paste’ effort. It’s not a matter of ‘good programming plus flexible design equals success.’ It’s about context.

Every neighbourhood has an idea of what a sense of belonging, comfort and safety means to them. For Joel Weeks – it was their basketball court. It was creating a central space for children to play and allowing a landscaping space for senior mothers to garden.

gail shown engaging with the community for the city of toronto parks wayfinding strategy while at dialog. image credit: dialog joel weeks park, toronto, on, canada
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For another neighbourhood, it will be something completely different. There aren’t any concrete answers but just a shared understanding that as planners and designers, we need to constantly ask questions, and ask them to everyone, not just the loudest voices in the room.

Another crucial component to ensure that underrepresented community voices are heard is by building representation in the design and planning team. As a woman and a person of colour, I bring a unique perspective and set of experiences. The design of cities is often steered by mostly white men, yet the populations that are often underrepresented or excluded are diverse. How does this make sense? An inclusive public realm needs the perspectives of designers, planners who know what it’s like to not feel included.

As a profession, we need to push for more representation in our teams. Only then can we address the mental and emotional needs of the end user. This is a goal that we are striving towards, as part of my role on the Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee for the Canadian Society of Landscape of Architects.

joel weeks park, toronto, on, canada gail shown engaging with the woodbridge community for the development of design guidelines for the heritage area while at dialog. image credit: dialog
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What’s more, it allows for a much richer and honest consultation process. If members of a diverse community are active participants in the design process, they can guide design that reflects who they are, and the design will result in better public space for all.

Whenever I need a reminder of what successful public space looks like, I take a trip to Dufferin Grove Park, a neighbourhood park in the northwest pocket of the city. This was one of the first parks in Toronto in which the City gave the community a level of autonomy (to a degree), to program and organize their space. The community has played a major role in shaping the parks structure, amenities, and running of the events.

To some, Dufferin Grove Park may appear as a typical urban neighbourhood park where people hang out. But I see a cultural contributor, a destination, an inclusive amenity that is bringing people together from all different neighbourhoods to experience the local community’s unique culture. Ultimately, the design of our public realm is not just about trees and benches, and a great plaza. It’s about people.

Gail Shillingford has over 25 years experience in master planning, urban, and landscape design. With a focus on building resilient communities, her work is driven by a collaborative process in which community and stakeholder engagement is paramount. Gail joined B+H as Principal of the Planning and Landscape Practice earlier this year. visit bharchitects.com

cumberland park, toronto, on, canada — an example of an inclusive public space in an affluent neighbourhood
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After 18 years spent playing in the National Hockey League and another 10 behind the bench, there is little Bryan Trottier hasn’t accomplished. Rookie of the Year, MVP, points leader, playoffs MVP, and 9-time All-Star, are just a handful of the honours bestowed upon the Hall of Famer.

More importantly, in a profession where one’s legacy is tied to team success, Trottier has won the Stanley Cup a remarkable 7 times. As centreman for the famed Trio Grande line with Mike Bossy and Clark Gillies, Trottier helped the New York Islanders win a remarkable four straight championships.

Trottier is also First Nations and one of the most decorated Indigenous athletes of all time. His roots run deep and ties to family and community are central to his life story. He is now sharing that story from humble beginnings in a Saskatchewan prairie town to NHL icon in a new memoir, All Roads Home.

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The Collection: You’ve won seven Stanley Cups. After the first, how do you keep the drive?

Bryan Trottier: It's the desire to win, the desire to feel like a champion, and to maintain that sense of champion. You get push and pull from your teammates, and we had a really great core, and then the fans, your coach, management. But my bottom line, from day one, when I was a kid, I just wanted to win. I like winning. The feeling of winning is my biggest motivator.

TC: Of all the championships, do you have a favourite?

BT: I’ll steal Ken Dryden’s line…you can only be a champion for the first time once. It’s an eight-yearold boy's dream come true. To raise the Stanley Cup like Jean Béliveau, Gordie Howe, Bobby Orr, and players before me. I watched them raise the Cup on TV, that was my dream. It wasn't about money, it wasn’t about bonuses, it was about the feeling, the absolute, indescribable, spectacular feeling of raising the Stanley Cup over my head.

TC: How important were your parents in helping you reach the NHL?

BT: The support and encouragement that you get through those years of growth and development

is paramount. Without it, I think it makes it a lot tougher. I always felt like I had my mom and dad on my side. Dad was a little tough, mom was the white hat. It was a good ying and yang to have in my life. I was lucky to have that support and guidance. Always finding the money to have a pair of skates or a hockey stick. Dad played music or sold a horse or did something just to find a way.

TC: For the hockey parents in the audience, what should their role be in nurturing the talent of a child?

BT: Be involved but don't be over-involved. It’s tough to not be overly involved but you should just want to be there and support and encourage. Be the bank when you have to be, because it is an investment, but know that you're investing in your child. [They’re learning] a great sport, there’s muscle development, being part of a team, life skills, all those wonderful things that sports teach us. And hope that your child plays at the highest level they can, and from there, just take away all the wonderful memories, friendships, relationships, successes, and lessons learned.

TC: You're one of the most decorated indigenous athletes in the world. What does that mean to you?

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BT: I stole that line from a native who told me that. I didn't know if it was true or not…but I loved it! It makes me feel an added pride, not just because of my family, but because of my native roots, and the pride that the indigenous community throws on me at times. It reflects on my grandparents and great grandparents. I never forget my Irish roots, but it's wonderful that the native community recognizes me as somebody who's had all this success in a team sport, and I carry it with humility, but also with this this growing sense of pride for First Nations, in general.

TC: You share some anecdotes of racism, but it always seems outside the locker room. Does the NHL have a racism problem?

BT: I don't think so. In the game, growing up, there was always name calling. It wasn't just the First Nations, everybody got it. I never felt it was racism…I thought it was a way to try to get in someone's grill. I'm glad now that people are more aware of it and more sensitive to it because it can be hurtful and damaging if you don't have thick skin. You’ve got to have thick skin, but I think society, in general, recognizes that there's a responsibility to not drag people down, or stereotype, or throw ugly stigmas.

TC: We've recently seen the Washington Commanders and Cleveland Guardians get a new name. Why aren’t the Chicago Blackhawks held to the same account?

BT: I always deflect this because I'm of the mind that tradition is a wonderful thing, and the brand recognition, and the powerful pride people take in that. Sometimes the voices that believe there's a negative aspect to it seem to be the loudest. I think the Blackhawks logo looks proud. I think they've recognized the pride of the Blackhawk people. I have to deflect because there's stronger voices than mine on this, but throughout my life, when I've seen a logo with a First Nations person on it, I just beam. I think that there are a lot more of us that just aren't voicing it.

left: the puck used by wayne gretzky to break gordie howe's nhl points record and brian trottier's 1991-1992 stanley cup ring are shown at classiceauctions.net's warehouse in delson, que., south of montreal, thursday, march 31, 2011. both items were sold at auction. | canadian press/graham hughes

TC: In Long Island, they’ve your retired jersey, flanked by your linemates Clark Gilies and Mike Bossy. What was it like to play with Mike Bossy?

BT: When they put my jersey up, Mike and Clark’s were up there, and when my jersey slid right in there between those two, it was chilling. To play with someone like Mike Bossy who was so juiced up every game to score goals motivated me. The friendship that we created and the chemistry we had on the ice…I look back and think how did we do that? That sense of kinship and the desire to win. He learned from me, I learned from him. We bonded and found a way to succeed and that is the moral. Success. We wanted each other to be the best we could be for each other. I needed Mike, Mike needed me. I needed him and Clark and Denis, we all leaned on each other, relied on each, depended on each other, and succeeded together. That's a team.

TC: You’ve played with so many greats. Is there a common trait that the best players share?

BT: Without a doubt, it's calm amongst chaos. When everybody else is frantic, they're composed, poised and ready. The level of urgency, the level of execution, when everybody else is feeling the nerves, this is where we want to be. This is the moment we practiced for our whole lives, and we're excited and

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happy about it. Are we nervous? Yeah, but it’s fun nervous.

TC: When you decided to retire what was harder, letting go of the game or the locker room?

BT: Without a doubt, the competition. That adrenaline and the anticipation of battle and playing in the games is the thing I miss most. There's nothing I could do that got me that excited or that up.

TC: Who is your favourite player today?

BT: I'm a huge Sidney Crosby fan, and a huge Patrick Kane fan. McDavid’s really climbing the ladder fast. We don't see enough of him out here but he's just a wonderful young talent.

TC: Do you like how the game has changed since you played? For example, the instigator penalties or the shootout?

BT: The NHL has allowed referees to call penalties that should be penalties, and I think it's great because it allows for the skill, and the speed, and the grace. The purists like Mario Lemieux, Guy LeFleur, and Bobby Orr, could just fly on the ice and make it look great. Mike Bossy coming off the wing, slapshot…those are my memories, not someone running somebody through the boards.

TC: Who's going to win the cup this year?

BT: It’s going to be a fun year, there's a lot of teams in the mix. Obviously, I go for my favourites…Islanders, Penguins, Avalanche, always…but it's fun to see the very best of the players get an opportunity to achieve. We saw MacKinnon last year. I’d like to see McDavid win. It just looks good on the very best of the very best when they do achieve a championship.

For more information on Brian Trottier, and his upcoming memoir, All Roads Home, visit: www.penguinrandomhouse.ca

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LUXURY LIVING IN LAKE OF BAYS, MUSKOKA

Custom designed by Canadian Timber Frame, and meticulously crafted by Lake of Bays Custom Homes. This sprawling residence provides the ultimate destination for entertainment surrounded by luxurious finishes, modern style, and endless opportunities for fun.

Securely gated for privacy, guests are welcomed by the grand architecture, attractive exterior, inspiring landscapes, a three-car garage, and ample parking. Entering the home, you are greeted with soaring ceilings, stunning lake views, and incredible design elements.

A spacious open concept plan allows you to entertain with ease, and eight bedrooms well placed throughout, ensure enough space for large families, groups, or guests. The second level of the home hosts two very private primary suites, thoughtfully separated, and both featuring 5pc en-suites with spa-inspired design, walk-in closets, and heated floors for the ultimate in comfort.

Enjoy the golf simulator room, TV lounge, ping pong table, beautiful outdoor living space with extensive Ipe decking, plus a heated sunroom with hot tub and walkout to the lakeside patio. Spend the day lounging on the expansive dock system, swimming at the beach, or enjoy miles of boating on the desirable Lake of Bays. Easily accessible in every season and walking distance to the hub of Dorset. This magnificent home or cottage is tucked in a lively bay, and is a destination that once discovered will never be forgotten.

bedrooms: 8 bathrooms:

6 parking: 3-car garage + ample parking

year built: 2016 approx square footage: 8000+ sq ft lot size: 1.96 acres, 311 ft shoreline

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Things Not Worth Worrying About

From DON’T WORRY, JUST COOK by Bonnie Stern and Anna Rupert, published by Appetite by Random House, an imprint of Penguin Random House Canada. Copyright © 2022 Bonnie Stern Cooking Schools Ltd. and Anna Rupert. Food photography by Tyler Anderson. Reprinted by permission of the publisher.

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Perfection

Perfection is overrated. Home cooking is not about the food being perfect. It’s about nurturing yourself and nurturing your family. If you’re having people over, it’s about the atmosphere being warm and inviting. This is a lesson I keep telling myself, especially when chefs come over for dinner…or when my tahdig sticks to the pot, the glass in my oven door explodes (seriously), or when my fruit tart is looking especially “rustic.” If you’ve ever wished your desserts looked like they came from a bakery, guess what? Many bakeries now want their desserts to look homemade. And just because something doesn’t seem perfect to you, that doesn’t mean it isn’t perfect for someone else.

Best-Before Dates

My husband, Ray, once called Heinz on me because he noticed that our ketchup was past the best-before date and I refused to replace it (I will admit it was a few years past). Before these dates even existed, my mother kept a bottle of ketchup for about 15 years. My sister and I were discriminating (fussy) eaters and never liked ketchup, so the bottle was there for when our friends came over. No one ever got sick! I’m not suggesting you keep the same bottle of ketchup for 15 years—we should probably have bought a new bottle—but use common sense and remember that best-before dates are an indication of peak freshness, not safety (which are noted with expiry dates).

Hot and Cold

Most of the time I don’t worry about whether food is served very hot or very cold. When I first started cooking professionally, it was somewhat typical for diners at restaurants to complain if their food wasn’t steaming hot. When I started my cooking school, some students would say their partners would complain if their food at home wasn’t as hot as it would be in a restaurant. They would ask me how to keep it at that temperature. Simple: Warm the plates and have a staff of people helping you rush the hot food to the table. Think about it—in a restaurant there are six people working on your dinner, but

I was born a worrier, and you should have met my father! It’s taken me a lifetime to learn there are some things not worth worrying about.
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at home you alone may be working on six dinners! After traveling in Europe and seeing platters of food served safely at room temperature, I began to relax. I realized that the flavour of food is actually more pronounced when it isn’t really hot or really cold. However, I don’t take health risks. Always consider the temperature of the room, length of time the food sits out, and how perishable the type of food is.

The 5-Second Rule

If food falls on the floor, I use common sense as to whether to eat it or not. The 5-second rule is not scientific. It is a widely known food-hygiene myth that makes us all feel better about eating the cookie we dropped. Ray says the trick about the 5-second rule is just to never talk about it.

Unsalted Butter

For many years I used unsalted butter for everything. In chef training, I learned that it burned less quickly than salted butter when cooking on direct heat and was usually fresher. During that time, I used salted butter in one specific cookie only—a shortbread cookie that I make to this day. Although I tried the

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cookies with unsalted butter, even adding extra salt, they never tasted as good. Eventually, I switched over to salted butter for all my baked goods. Although most cookbooks call for unsalted butter, I’ve never had a problem eating something made using salted butter. I guess what I’m trying to say is, in my opinion, when a recipe calls for unsalted but you only have salted, it’s not worth running to the store for.

As a Born Worrier, Though, There Are Still Many Things I Worry About . . .

• I believe in being careful and cautious with poultry: cleaning utensils, your hands, and work surfaces when they’ve come into contact with raw poultry, and using an instant-read thermometer to make sure it’s cooked to 165°F.

• And on that note, I believe in instant-read thermometers! Meat and poultry are expensive, so why leave cooking it properly to chance when a thermometer can tell you when it’s perfectly done? Plus, a thermometer tells you when your breads and cakes are ready too!

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• Using fresh and healthful ingredients is important to me. And so, I worry about everyone’s access to quality ingredients, and to fresh and healthful food in general.

• I worry about processed foods and the impact of diet culture because I believe in eating in moderation and not telling yourself that certain things are not allowed.

• I believe in being respectful of knives. Never leave a knife in the sink to wash later. Wash it and then put it away immediately. And if you use a mandoline, you MUST wear protection.

• I feel very strongly about wearing shoes in the kitchen (ask my kids). I also worry about you wearing dangly jewellery and, worst of all, cooking naked. Don’t do it!

• I try my best not to waste food but still waste too much. I’m working on this.

• I worry about climate change, food sustainability, and hunger.

• And I try to spend as much time as I can with the people I love.

I could go on, but we all have enough to worry about, so I’ll stop here.

Bonnie Stern is a beloved teacher and bestselling cookbook author, who wants nothing more than for you to feel like she’s in the kitchen cooking beside you. In her latest cookbook, Don’t Worry, Just Cook, written with her daughter Anna Rupert, Bonnie and Anna are here to help cooks of all experience foster comfort and connection through food. For more, visit BonnieStern.com

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denyse with arc , 2009. © the estate of denyse thomasos and olga korper gallery, photo © nancy borowick.
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In the abstract paintings of the late Trinidadian-Canadian artist Denyse Thomasos, it is hard to know what to look at first. Many of her artworks are on giant canvases, filled with striking patterns and a palette’s worth of colour.

Several of Thomasos’ paintings — such as Arc (2009), made on a 6-by-3 metre canvas, and Metropolis (2007) — reveal a cityscape where futuristic-looking machines and architecture seem to encroach on a vibrant urban space. Thomasos’ most startling paintings evoke a sense of chaos and claustrophobia.

As curator Sally Frater explains, the time is right for a comprehensive look at Thomasos’ art and life. Many of the themes within this portfolio of work — prisons, surveillance, sprawl, the future of cities — resonate within the contemporary political landscape across Canada and the United States.

“We’re in a perfect moment, in looking back at Thomasos’ work and the multitudes it contained, to see how forwardthinking, how prescient her work was,” Frater says. “Her work is compelling on so many levels.”

Denyse Thomasos: just beyond opens on the fifth floor of the Art Gallery of Ontario on October 5 and runs until February 20. More than 70 of Thomasos’ paintings and artworks will be on display. Several of them explore the Black experience and fuse the past, present, and potential futures.

The exhibition’s title comes from a quote by artist Julian Kreimer. As he described Thomasos’ wall work, “they capture the scale of the world but they were of a scale just beyond one’s ability to take in all the world, its joys and suffering.” “It is that feeling of being engulfed in the world of her paintings that inspired the name of this retrospective”, Frater says.

The structures and spaces in several of these paintings are those that confine the body. These environments include slave ships, prisons, and cramped urban neighbourhoods. However, there are no people visible in the artwork.

“We know that specific groups of people had these types of architecture [used] against them. [But] you don’t actually see bodies undergoing that suffering,” explains Frater. “In some ways, she’s disrupting these cycles of violence.”

“She manages to disrupt our association with, say, Blackness and the abject through not having bodies in there. The other side to that is, as the viewer, you are implicated in those spaces.

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Thomasos’ experience as an immigrant offered her a perspective that could encompass these feelings of exile, discrimination, and alienation,” Frater says.

Born in Trinidad in 1964, Thomasos immigrated to Toronto with her family in 1970, fleeing political turmoil. Living in Toronto, her interest in world events and social activism began to take shape.

“This exploration of movement and migration…that underpin her work, I feel like they first took root here in Canada, in Ontario,” Frater says.

As a Black woman, she also had numerous encounters with racism while living in Toronto. Curious to understand Black culture and history better, Thomasos became an avid reader and researcher. Her social consciousness was apparent early. As a student at the University of Toronto in the mid-to-late 1980s, she protested against South African apartheid.

Alongside her rigour as an artist, she was committed to conducting research and raising awareness. Thomasos wanted to know more about the transatlantic slave trade and other migrant experiences…common themes that would inform her art.

One can find this interplay with the past, for instance, in Burial at Gorée (1993). This haunting mural-sized abstract painting refers to Gorée Island, a place off the coast of Senegal that was also a prominent center of the slave trade

“She doesn’t allow for [escapism] in her work,” Frater says. “She’s able to convey the sense of the suffocating confinement of those spaces.”

After graduating from the University of Toronto, and Yale University’s School of Art, Thomasos spent much of her adult life in the United States. Although

denyse thomasos. metropolis , 2007. acrylic, charcoal, porouspoint marker on canvas, unframed: 214 x 335.6 x 3.5 cm. art gallery of ontario. purchased with the assistance of the toronto international art fair 2007 opening night preview, and with the financial support of the canada council for the arts acquisition assistance program, 2008. © the estate of denyse thomasos and olga korper gallery. 2007/241
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denyse thomasos. untitled (self-portrait), 1984-1985. acrylic on canvas, overall: 121 × 91.5 cm. art gallery of ontario. gift of gail and gerald luciano, in memory of denyse thomasos, 2022. © the estate of denyse thomasos and olga korper gallery. 2022/27
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working from a studio in Manhattan’s East Village and teaching art at Rutgers University, she remained a fixture in the Canadian art scene.

Just beyond will also feature documentary footage of the artist working in her studio in Manhattan’s East Village. The footage was filmed by her widow, artist and filmmaker Samein Priester, and captures the detail and precision in Thomasos’ creative process.

At just 47 years old, Thomasos life would end suddenly in 2012 from a rare allergic reaction during a diagnostic procedure.

Although just beyond is considered the first major retrospective of Thomasos’ work, she was recently featured in the 2022 Whitney Biennial in New York. At this exhibit, a haunting triptych of paintings — evoking prisons, slave ships, and burial sites, sometimes within the same canvas — became among the Biennial’s biggest draws.

The upcoming retrospective’s title, just beyond, also evokes a sense of possibility beyond the punishing spaces depicted in her paintings. One can see these hints of optimism in some of Thomasos’ later works. Her 2011 wall painting, Kingdom Come , is awash in greener hues, revealing her interest in eco-friendly architecture and the possibility for harmony and utopia.

However, as Frater interprets, not everyone can access green space, such as those living in the margins. Even within a more utopian world, divisions and inequality remain. “Even in the future, there’s this reckoning with race and class and carceral systems, as opposed to the way in which we often envision the future, which is as this utopic space,” Frater says of Kingdom Come.

“We believe that she rendered them in the hopes that we would grapple with these historical and present horrors, to move to something beyond them.”

For more information, visit ago.ca

installation view: swing space: wallworks, art gallery of ontario. denyse painting hybrid nations at the ago in 2005. © the estate of denyse thomasos and olga korper gallery, photo © ago.
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FALL 2022 | 53 c02-c03 | CENTRAL *Sales Representative **Broker Annex 109 SCOLLARD ST Red brick town home features superb finishes & meticulous attention to details. **Elise Kalles *Zack Fenwick Annex 135 ADMIRAL RD Entertainer's dream with wine cellar. 2-car garage + private drive for 4 cars. *Donna Thompson $6,988,000$5,588,000 Annex 320-1 BENVENUTO PL 2800+ sf of city views, split-bedroom floorplan with open-concept living area. *Sarah Collins $4,250,000 Yonge-St Clair 1702-609 AVENUE RD Completely redesigned & upgraded with modern finishes. Unobstructed views. *Andre Kutyan *Robert Greenberg $2,849,000
Hill South 17B RELMAR RD In the very heart of Forest Hill Village, on a quiet cul-de-sac & facing a park. **Jeffrey Joseph *Irene Joseph $2,250,000
Hill South 421 WALMER RD Fabulous 3+1 bdrm freehold townhome. 3,141 sf of lux interiors in this 3 storey home. **Caroline Bokar $2,495,000 Forest Hill South 238 CHAPLIN CRES Charming renovated family home located on picturesque Chaplin Cres. *Jamie Erlick *Shan Cheema Forest Hill South 11 DEWBOURNE AVE Classic centre hall with refined & elegant comfort. Impeccable details. **Elise Kalles **Vicky Zou $3,290,000 $7,680,000 Forest Hill South 77 FOREST HILL RD Classically traditional Forest Hill family home on 58 x 185.83 ft lot. *Jordan Buchbinder **Elise Kalles $7,898,000 Forest Hill South 253 DUNVEGAN RD Huge private 70' x 172' lot. 6 bed, 9 bath. Beautifully proportioned principal rooms. *Peter Gall Forest Hill South 259 DUNVEGAN RD Rare 73.75' x 177.25' lot. Sports court, pool, 9-car parking, 5+1 bedrooms. Updated. **Howard Biderman $9,595,000 Call for details Humewood-Cedarvale 608-170 CHILTERN HILL RD Bright and airy large one bedroom, approx 654 sf. Clean and modern. *Ira Jelinek $679,900

$1,099,900

**Broker

*Sales Representative

Oakwood-Vaughan

7 HANSON RD

Spacious 3+1 bedroom. 2 fireplaces. Walk out to deck. High ceilings.

*Stephen Klus

$3,349,000

Yonge-Eglinton

37 CASTLEFIELD AVE

Stunning custom-built home with exquisite finishes by architect Glenn Rubinoff!

*Adam Weiner **Karen Gurland

Oakwood-Vaughan

640 WINONA DR

Immaculate, modern 3-bedroom home ideal for first time buyers or down sizers.

*Susan Young

Yonge-Eglinton

307 ORIOLE PKWY

Landmark house in Chaplin Estates 5 bdrm, 6 bath, 2 fam rm, grmt kit, gym, 6 car pkg.

*Sacha Hayward

Bedford Park-Nortown

351 LAWRENCE AVE W

Upgraded 5 bedroom solid brick detached home on large south-facing treed yard.

*Adam Weiner **Stephanie

$2,699,000

Oakwood-Vaughan

220 ATLAS AVE

Modern 2,400 sf, 4 bedroom, 5 bath home with functional layout.

*Myriam Benchitrit

$2,095,000

Bedford Park-Nortown

174 CARIBOU RD

Attention all builders. Incredible opportunity! Oversized 51.25' X 117' lot!

*Reza Ipchilar *Robert Greenberg

54 | the COLLECTION c03-c04 | CENTRAL
$1,175,000
$5,095,000
Franzem Bedford Park-Nortown 23 DELHI AVE Large living/dining room, open concept eat-in kitchen, fam room with 9' ceilings. **Stephen Milic $2,195,000 Call for details Bedford Park-Nortown 523 DOUGLAS AVE Elegantly appointed custom home. Superb location. *Reza Ipchilar *Robert Greenberg $3,195,000 Bedford Park-Nortown PH4-3900 YONGE ST Rarely offered penthouse approx 3235 sf southeast corner suite. Spectacular views. **Elise Kalles *Natalie Kopman $3,288,000 Bedford Park-Nortown 143 DUNBLAINE AVE Stunning custom-built beauty by Ocean Breeze Homes! *Adam Weiner *Michael Silverberg $3,495,000 Bedford Park-Nortown 5 BURNCREST DR Spectacular almost new executive home in popular Bedford Park! *Adam Weiner **Karen Gurland $3,995,000

State-of-the-Art

Breathtaking, newly built trophy home with superb ready-tomove-in opportunity! Indulge in the magical backyard oasis. Can accomodate multigenerational families with separate private spaces. Smart home integrated and in a league of its own. Exquisite, refined bespoke masterpiece in prime Swansea.

Your dream home is waiting. Call me to book a private showing.

1+1 bed 2 bath with 2 parking spots and 2 lockers (1 garage sized!) with electricity. Luxury living in one of the most coveted Bellaria buildings. Brand new flooring! 24-hour gatehouse & concierge. Finest quality fixtures & finishes throughout. Close to transit & Vaughan Mills, restaurants, hospital. Easy access to Hwy 400, 407, 401, etc. A must see!

2016 Highridge 238 Equator Cres Elliott St Brampton
Custom Home 69 South Kingsway | Price upon request
*REPRESENTED BUYER direct: 416.562.1577 office: 416.441.2888 x689 mail@jorginalee.com www.jorginalee.com @jorgina.lee chairman’s club at Rarely Offered & Amazing Value 703-9245 Jane St | $708,000
Crt Oakville
Vaughan 112
SOLD* FOR SALE SOLD* SOLD*

$6,500/mo

*Sales Representative **Broker

Bedford Park-Nortown

347 CORTLEIGH BLVD

Absolutely stunning updated executive home.

*Adam Weiner **Stephanie Franzem

$3,995,000

Lawrence Park North

388 ELM RD

Designer finished new home. Upscale features & luxurious finishes throughout.

*Andre Kutyan *Robert Greenberg

Bedford Park-Nortown

350 BROOKE AVE

Exquisite 5 bdrm home w/rare 3-car built-in garage on a huge 50 x 130 lot.

*Peter Gall

Lawrence Park South

60 CHUDLEIGH AVE

Wonderful family home, open concept, main floor kitchen/dining & rare find family room.

*Andre Kutyan *Robert Greenberg

Bedford Park-Nortown

201-2600 BATHURST ST

Fabulous entire floor 2,300 sf condo rental. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms.

*Susan Young

$2,095,000

Lawrence Park South

494 ROSELAWN AVE

Awesome 3-bed family home offers spacious living room w/beautiful classic features.

*Carol-anne Warrington

A gorgeous townhouse in the Downsview Park area that has everything you need in one place. This freehold 3+1 bed + 3 bath townhouse comes with 3 private terraces. Recently upgraded interior. Quartz countertops & SS appliances. Brand new laminate flooring throughout. Geothermal heated basement floors + direct access to the 1-car garage. Perfect for a small family or starter home! Close To Hwy 400 & 401, Subway, York U, Yorkdale Mall. Plus resident shuttle bus that takes you directly to the subway.

Located in Newtonbrook West Neighbourhood is a charming 4 bed + 3 bath home that is ready for your vision of a dream home. This versatile property offers endless opportunities with an impressive frontage of 82.19 x 108.83 ft. Live in, renovate or build - create something that embodies you! This home features a centre hall plan with hardwood floors throughout. Wellsized bedrooms with large windows for lots of natural light. Large basement for all your storage needs. Come by and see what 68 Marathon has to offer!

56 | the COLLECTION c04 | CENTRAL
$4,595,000 $4,995,000
$1,749,000
6-80 THOMAS MULHOLLAND DR | $1,049,000 68 MARATHON CRES | $1,498,000 • Mattamy Homes development • 3+1 bed, 3 bath • Close to Stanley Greene Park (tennis courts, skate park, & playground) • POTL: $100.00 (Garden upkeep & snow removal) • 1,838 sf + 919 sf basement • Attached 1-car garage 3 parking spots total • 4 bed, 3 bath • Walking distance to subway, schools, parks & places of worship 416.450.4070 | info@elisestern.com | 416.441.2888 x538 | elisestern.com DIRECTOR’S CIRCLE AWARD 2015-2020 2021 DIAMOND CLUB AWARD CHAIRMAN’S CLUB AWARD 2007-2014 FOR SALE FOR SALE

Lawrence Park South

1173 AVENUE RD

Welcome to the incredible ruby at The Briar! Still time to pick your own finishes.

*Adam Weiner

Lansing-Westgate

203 JOHNSTON AVE

Sunny, south facing 40' x 130' lot in prime Lansing -Westgate!

*Jamie Erlick *Shan Cheema

$2,395,000

Cabbagetown-South St James Town

381 WELLESLEY ST E

Stunning 3-storey Grand Victorian with rear addition in prime Cabbagetown.

*David Harland *Francis McNamara

Lawrence Park South 163 CORTLEIGH BLVD

Timeless red brick Georgian architecture with chic transitional interior design.

*Robert Greenberg *Andre Kutyan

Lawrence Park South

211 GLENCAIRN AVE

Stately and spectacular new build limestone & brick Georgian by Lorne Rose.

*Reza Ipchillar *Robert Greenberg

Newtonbrook West

68 MARATHON CRES

Rare 2-storey, 4 bed + 3 bath home on 82' x 108' lot. Ready for your vision!

**Elise Stern

Church-Yonge Corridor

603-45 CARLTON ST

Spacious 1,259 sf, light-filled unit with unobstructed south views.

*Ken Ramsay *Jaime Ramsay

Church-Yonge Corridor 2309-30 GLOUCESTER ST

Use as pied-a-terre, principal residence or investment. Beautifully renovated.

*Olga Schrage

Church-Yonge Corridor 1003-45 CARLTON ST

Very spacious 2 bed + 2 solariums split concept layout with sunny southern views.

*Andrea Hirshberg

Cabbagetown-South St James Town 2209-40 HOMEWOOD AVE

Recently renovated, bright, open floor plan. New kitchen. New flooring.

*David Harland

Representative

Church-Yonge Corridor 1209-76 SHUTER ST

Large one bedroom condo with spacious den in boutique building.

*Darrin Bast

Church-Yonge Corridor 201-403 CHURCH ST

Brand new condo by award winning Tribute Communities.

*Rochelle Levy

FALL 2022 | 57 c04-c08 | CENTRAL *Sales
**Broker
$3,219,000
$7,750,000
$10,990,000
$1,549,000 $1,498,000
$489,000
$425,000 $679,000
$799,900 $839,900 $990,000

Waterfront Communities 305-25 THE ESPLANADE Timeless building located in the antique charm of St. Lawrence Market.

*Sean Mahoney

$1,895,000

Mount Pleasant West 406-2181 YONGE ST

ceilings, expansive floor-ceiling windows, over 2,260 sf.

*Ira Jelinek

**Billy

Mount Pleasant West 219-101 ERSKINE AVE

Luxury large 1 bedroom + den with two full baths. 739 sf as per builder.

*Errol Paulicpulle *Mona Fatemi Badi

Mount Pleasant West 3810-2191 YONGE ST

Luxurious and very spacious one bedroom plus den comes with parking.

*Adam Trifler

Leaside

PARKHURST BLVD Stunning, bright and sunfilled executive finished home with all the bells and whistles.

*David Oey

Bridle

CRES

Grand 70' x 200' lot. Renovate or build

*Geraldine Del Zotto *Karen

58 | the COLLECTION c08-c12 | CENTRAL *Sales Representative **Broker
$879,000
$699,900 $729,000
10'
164
$3,380,000
Path-Sunnybrook-York Mills 117 ARJAY
your dream home.
Rosenberg $4,990,000 Bridle Path-Sunnybrook-York Mills 309-1 POST RD Overlooking beautiful ravine, private elevator to 4040 sf of luxurious elegance.
So *Mimi Yau $5,688,000 Bridle Path-Sunnybrook-York Mills 1 COUNTRY LANE Attention builders, developers/investors. Huge corner lot of 99.93 X 164.93 feet. *Karen Rosenberg *Geraldine Del Zotto $6,000,000 Bridle Path-Sunnybrook-York Mills 2445 BAYVIEW AVE Attention builders, developers/investors! Prime lot in Bridle Path neighbourhood. *Karen Rosenberg *Geraldine Del Zotto $7,000,000 Bridle Path-Sunnybrook-York Mills 33 STRATHEDEN RD Custom-built by architect Richard Wengle, south facing, nearly 70 ft of frontage! *Adam Weiner **Karen Gurland $11,250,000 St Andrew-Winfields 25 TRUMAN RD Extra large private lot with a country club size stone pool with waterfall. *Jamie Erlick *Shan Cheema St Andrew-Winfields 93 LORD SEATON RD Beautifully maintained 2-storey home. Pride of ownership shines throughout. *Adam Weiner **Karen Gurland $7,699,000$2,995,000

Bayview

Bayview

FALL 2022 | 59 c13-c15 | CENTRAL *Sales Representative **Broker Banbury-Don Mills 3 PURLING PL An extraordinary home by renowned architect Hariri Pontarini. *Cheryl Graff *Samantha Graff $8,995,000 Newtonbrook East 8 FRIVICK CRT Contemporary custom home on a wide pie-shaped lot. *Reza Ipchilar *Robert Greenberg $3,995,000 Bayview Village 1008-2756 OLD LESLIE ST Luxurious one bedroom unit with 24 hour concierge and unmatched amenities. **Evan Christensen **Niels Christensen $539,000
Village 310-12 REAN DR Over 800 sf + balcony. Perfect for an active mature professional or empty nesters. *Evelyn Robert $649,000
Village 1035-25 ADRA GRADO WAY Assignment for the beautiful Scala condo built by Tridel. 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath. *Joshua Wolfman $2,199,000 Bayview Village 42 HEATHVIEW AVE Gorgeous 4 bdrm home on a “magnificent” ravine property; approx 1/3 of an acre!! **Caroline Bokar $3,998,000 looking outside toronto, maybe a beachfront home or mountain chalet? i have access to luxury properties around the world through harvey kalles real estate’s professional affiliations 5 SOUDAN AVE #2311 — Call for details Sunfilled, upgraded corner suite in the stylish new Art Shoppe Lofts offering expansive, unobstructed views. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 balcony, parking and locker. YONGE & EGLINTON 89 SOUDAN AVENUE — LISTED AT $2,085,000 Beautifully renovated detached family home in the vibrant and highly desirable Yonge & Eglinton neighbourhood. Enjoy an easy walk to shopping, great restaurants, parks, and TTC. Style, comfort and convenience. THE EXPERIENCE AND EXPERTISE TO GET RESULTS JOHN R. FORTNEY “TRANQUILITY VILLA” — $995,000 US Breathtaking views! 6 bed, 5 bath two-storey villa is just a minute from the beach and from “Soup Bowl,” one of the best surfing destinations in the world. east coast barbadosFORSALECOMING SOON sales representative office: 416.441.2888 x336 mobile: 416.816.4949 email: johnfortney@harveykalles.com www.johnrfortney.ca SOLD

Pleasant View

21 BARDS WALKWAY

Fabulous 3 bdrm town in coveted quiet complex steps away from amazing amenities.

*Heather Hartt *Ethan Hartt

Danforth Village-East York

215 DEWHURST BLVD N

3 bedroom home with great potential on very quiet and desirable street.

*David Favero *Leslie Richman

**Broker

Rouge

64 DARBY

Spectacularly renovated 4 +

home

*Adam Feldman

*Sales

*Jamie

*Ariana

Malvern

2D-6 ROSEBANK DR

Spacious, bright 1-bedroom condo. Large, east-facing balcony.

*Glenn Douglas

Woburn

119 KIRKER AVE

Well maintained and move-in ready bungalow with 3 + 1 bedrooms.

*Romeo Chadley Crisostomo **Romeila Son

Caledonia-Fairbank

366 MCROBERTS AVE

3 bedroom fabulous! No renovating, no organizing...Just move right. 10++.

*Bram Siskind *Carol-anne Warrington

Top

*Peter

co-op

Glenfield-Jane

Why

**Evan Malach

Edenbridge-Humber

winning architect's personal family

*Martine

Glenfield-Jane

Why

**Evan Malach

60 | the COLLECTION c15e-w | CENTRAL / EAST / WEST
Representative
$849,000
$999,000 $529,900
CRT
1 bedroom
with finished basement.
$1,288,000
$799,000
$1,299,000 Downsview-Roding-CFB 106 WILLIAM DUNCAN RD Builder's own model suite, 5 bedroom townhouse in blissful Downsview Park.
Erlick *Shan Cheema Edenbridge-Humber Valley 603-30 ALLANHURST DR
floor
apartment suite. 1230 sf, 3 bedrooms.
Powers $1,279,000 $459,000
Valley 11 NORTH DR Award
home. Newly constructed.
Rivard $8,388,000 Erin Mills 67-2199 BURNHAMTHORPE RD W Amazing opportunity to own one of the largest corner units in the entire complex.
Karaiskos
Heights 1707-235 GRANDRAVINE DR
rent? Your co-ownership investment will hold value.
$1,050,000 $285,000
Heights 402-235 GRANDRAVINE DR
rent? Your co-ownership investment will hold value.
$317,000

$5,688,000

$975,000

High Park-Swansea

69 SOUTH KINGSWAY

Newly built masterpiece with elegant details. 5,900+ ft of endless curated luxury.

*Jorgina Lee

$579,000

Mimico

707-33 SHORE BREEZE DR

Bright 1 bed unit overlooking beautiful Lake Ontario and downtown Toronto skyline.

**Evan Christensen **Niels Christensen

Islington-City Centre West

1809-1 VALHALLA INN RD

Open and airy two bedroom unit with panoramic treetop views.

**Evan Christensen **Niels Christensen

$2,180,000

New Toronto

47 EMERALD CRES

Hear the sounds of Lake Ontario on a rare 40+ width foot lot.

*David Oey

Long Branch 34-95 EASTWOOD PARK GDNS

Open concept, dining, living and kitchen. Over $45k in upgrades.

**Michael Sotoadeh *Kayla Donato

$1,998,000

Princess-Rosethorn

157 PRINCESS ANNE CRES

This 4-level side-split home has 4 beds, 3 baths, and private backyard.

*Ana Santos

*Sales Representative **Broker
FALL 2022 | 61 | WEST
$729,000
SRES, ABR, SRS SALES REPRESENTATIVE 2021 DIRECTOR’S CIRCLE AWARD
62 | the COLLECTION | WEST / NORTH *Sales Representative **Broker Weston 1402-3 HICKORY TREE RD South east facing, and overlooking the ravine, this 2 bed, 2 bath condo is perfect. *Sean Mahoney $575,000 Stonegate-Queensway 4 TANGLEWOOD TERR Stunning 5,000 sf house on a quiet treelined street. *Andrew Deacon $3,149,000 Willowridge-Martingrove-Richview 4 WOODPARK RD Absolutely stunning custom built home with attention to detail & quality throughout. *Heather Hartt *Ethan Hartt $2,995,000 Yorkdale-Glen Park 28 GLENBROOK AVE Live in now, rent, or build your dream home on this premium 57.51 X 133 ft lot. *Ryan Wood Bayview Glen 8 CARRIAGE HILL CRT 9,900 sf of total living space. This sunfilled stunning layout with superior craftsmanship. *Robert Greenberg *Joshua Wolfman Beverley Glen 102 KINGSBRIDGE CIRC Immaculate sun-filled & spacious executive freehold townhome! *Bram Siskind $3,799,000$1,899,000 $1,319,000 113 THEODORE PLACE in thornhill Direct: 647.887.5550 Office: 416.441.2888 X497 mila@harveykalles.com • Near Yonge/Steeles/Clark • 5 bedrooms • 6 bathrooms • Kosher kitchen • Home office • Swimming pool • Finished lower level • Close to BAYT, Chabad, private schools Please call me today for a private showing. MOTIVATED SELLER! MOVE-IN READY! SOLD* CLICK HERE! RECEIVE ACCESS TO THE CITY'S BEST NEW CONDOS! 7-603 CLARK AVE W *REPRESENTED BUYER
FALL 2022 | 63 | NORTH / OUTSIDE GTA *Sales Representative **Broker Crestwood-Springfarm-Yorkhill 113 THEODORE PL 5 beds, 6 bath home. 4,200 sf + 900 sf lower level, luxurious & updated finishes. *Mila Nassimova $2,390,000 Lakeview Estates 107-2 MAISON PARC CRT 3 bed, 2 bath apartment. Main level. 1,300 sf, 700+ sq ft terrace. **Yan Gurevich $998,000 East Woodbridge 320 BALDING BLVD Magnificent custom-built mansion backing on to the 3rd hole of the National Golf Club. **Kathie Wood $11,995,000 Langstaff NW319-9201 YONGE ST 3 bed, 2 bath apartment. Main level. 1,300 sf, 700+ sq ft terrace. *Dina Shoraka $689,000 Mill Pond 122 MILL ST Renovated family home with 3 large beds, featuring spacious formal living & dining. **Mark Aliassa * Aidin Jodatjo $1,250,000 Maple 703-9245 JANE ST 1+1 bed, 2 bath with 2 parking spots and 2 lockers. A must see! *Jorgina Lee $708,000 Unionville 4031 16TH AVE - LOT 6 Globally renowned boutique developer. Can come fully furnished with bespoke pieces. **Richard K.C. Ling Unionville 4031 16TH AVE - LOT 7 Boutique developer globally renowned for unsurpassed quality in all his homes. **Richard K.C. Ling $5,428,000 $6,268,000 Uplands 29 ROSE GREEN DR Buy an incredible, light-filled family home and make it your own. *Zack Fenwick **Erik Paige $2,249,000 Uplands 15 MILL ST 2-Storey custom built family home on .51 acre lot. 9,268 total square feet. *Jordan Buchbinder $5,999,000 Woodland Hill 209 RAY SNOW BLVD Gorgeous 4+1 bedrooms, 5 washrooms with open concept living and dining. **Houman Amini *Elli Taghizadegan $1,550,000 Barrie 302 CODRINGTON ST Estate bungalow. 147 ft of frontage, 3/4 acres, trees, landscaping, pool! *Stephanie Adams $2,500,000

Picton

101-10 MORTIMER

New construction boutique 34 suite condo building on the

**Janine Sheeres

1,037

Picton

MORTIMER

New construction boutique 34 suite condo building on the

**Janine Sheeres

1,037

Picton

New construction boutique

1,138

**Janine

Picton

201-10 MORTIMER

New construction boutique

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**Janine Sheeres

1,283

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MORTIMER

New construction boutique

building on

**Janine Sheeres

1,283

FALL 2022 | 65 | OUTSIDE GTA / COTTAGE COUNTRY *Sales Representative **Broker
ST
water,
sf.
$764,109
202-10
ST
water,
sf.
$810,473
305-10 MORTIMER ST
34 suite condo building on the water,
sf.
Sheeres $893,330
ST
34 suite condo
the water,
sf.
301-10
ST
34 suite condo
the water,
sf.
$975,049 $994,818 Lake of Bays - Muskoka 4209 MUSKOKA RD #117 Updated, year-round cottage with 3 beds, 2 baths and 102' on Lake of Bays. **John Aben **Mark Aben $1,699,000 20222021 ANITA EVANS DIRECT: 416.918.0727 OFFICE: 416.441.2888 anita@harveykalles.com I LOVE THIS CITY. I KNOW THIS CITY. For guidance and insight on all things real estate ASK ANITA. SALES REPRESENTATIVE Listed locally. Marketed globally. Thank you for your support and great work! KUDOS TO KALLES — NOT YOUR AVERAGE BROKERAGE!

$3,795,000

COTTAGE

Lake of Bays - Muskoka

1250 CHARLIE THOMPSON RD 5600+sqft custom home or cottage with 200' of west exposure on Lake of Bays.

**John Aben **Mark Aben

*Sales Representative

Fairy Lake - Muskoka

222 GOLDEN PHEASANT DR

Year round home/cottage on Fairy Lake with south-west exposure, municipal services.

**John Aben **Mark Aben

Lake of Bays - Muskoka

1191 HARVEY AVE E

Custom Lake of Bays luxury cottage with 8000+sqft and 311' of shoreline.

**John Aben **Mark Aben

Horseshoe Lake - Muskoka

44B JOHNSTON RD 1080', sunrise/sunset family cherished for 41 yrs. Gracious old Muskoka splendor.

*Richard Scully

Lake Joseph - Muskoka

281 RIVERDALE RD

Development opportunity on Lake Joseph. 312 feet waterfront. South-west exposure.

**Chelsey

Eagle Lake - Muskoka

247 SCARLETT RD

Charming 3-season cottage on a double lot with 140' frontage on Eagle Lake.

**John Aben **Mark Aben

Lake Joseph - Muskoka

1027 CHOWN RD

6 bed central Lake Joe summer sunset fam compound, 2 slip 2 storey boathse, 3 bay gar.

*Richard Scully

66 | the COLLECTION |
COUNTRY
**Broker
$7,995,000
$649,000
$2,679,000$1,425,000
$5,995,000
Penrice Call for details Lake Joseph - Muskoka 72 TALL TIMBERS RD North Joe 6+ bed twin lot compound, 393' frontage, 2 slip 2 storey BH & guest cottage. *Richard Scully $6,289,000 Lake Muskoka - Muskoka 305-130 STEAMSHIP BAY RD Bright 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo overlooking Lake Muskoka. **Mark Aben **John Aben $595,000 Lake Muskoka - Muskoka 1078 WOODWINDS RD Beaumaris area 4 seasons hideaway nestled in complete serene quietude, 195'. *Richard Scully $2,189,000 Lake Muskoka - Muskoka 1017 COLEMAN RD Dynamite SW elegant cottage 3+ acres coveted St Elmo loc. Classic ‘Grp of 7’ 289'. *Richard Scully $4,279,000 Lake Muskoka - Muskoka 5-1169 BRADLEY RD 5,800 sq. ft. custom new/olde Muskoka architectural splendor with suited bthse. *Richard Scully $5,795,000

Lake Rosseau - Muskoka

Development

Lake Rosseau - Muskoka

Lake Vernon - Muskoka

Muskoka cottage

**John Aben

Aben

**John Aben

Aben

FALL 2022 | 67 | COTTAGE COUNTRY / ICI *Sales Representative **Broker
38 PEACOCK RD 210' on Lake Rosseau, 5 beds, 4 baths, boathouse and southern exposure.
**Mark
$6,995,000
LAKE ROSSEAU
or family compound opportunity. Two separate lots side by side. **Chelsey Penrice $5,790,000
303 ETWELL RD Classic
with 61 acres and 1320' of frontage on Lake Vernon.
**Mark
$5,000,000 O'Connor-Parkview 2901 ST CLAIR AVE E 12 unit purpose built apartment building 10 of 12 units have been gutted and fully renovated. *Errol Paulicpulle *Mona Fatemi Badi Niagara Falls 5544 MCLEOD RD Redevelopment site near Stanley & Mcleod. Op permits wide range of uses. As is, where is. *Paul Azzarello Forest Hill South FORÊT Largest mixed-use community in Forest Hill. Book your VIP preview today. Jeremy Finkelstein Leaside LEASIDE COMMON Final release. Steps to Eglinton LRT. 15% deposit over 725 days. Occupancy early 2025. Jeremy Finkelstein Waterfront Communities CENTRAL AT 38 WIDMEER ST No mortgage pre-approval required. Heated balconies and Miele appliances in all suites. Jeremy Finkelstein Kitchener VERDE LIVING Tremendous value, strong investment potential. Robust rental market. Book a tour. Jeremy Finkelstein Junction Area 236 ANNETTE ST Stand-out income property on prime corner! 4 self-contained units, 6 parking, 2 laundry. **Howard Biderman *Josh Howard Roncesvalles 89 RONCESVALLES AVE Large three storey commercial/residential! 4.6% cap rate! *Errol Paulicpulle *Mona Fatemi Badi $5,199,900 $17,500,000 Call for details Call for details Call for details Call for details $1,975,000 $6,999,900 West Rouge Beach Park 397 ROUGE HILLS DR Four bedroom home nestled on a premium lot backing onto the ravine and river. *Kathryn Rea $1,799,000 Concept by Zeidler Architecture

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