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GREATER GOLDEN HORSESHOE EDITION

MAR 17 - 31, 2018 | nexthome.ca

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MAR 17 – 31, 2018 | VOLUME 26 ISSUE 6

CONTENTS

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INSPIRATION 2018 SPRING TREND FORECAST

38

PROPERTY PROFILES

26 Starlane Homes Delivering a 5-star experience – one home at a time

32 Treasure Hill Discover living with a Treasure Hill home in Oshawa

TRENDING

60 Q&A

INSPIRATION

Joe Vaccaro: What to expect in new homes in 2018

Illegally built homes cost you in more ways than one

50 City Guide

Urban Barn: This spring’s hottest trends

ADVICE

40 Organization

16 Fundamentally Speaking

What’s in a new home warranty? Peace of mind BY WAYNE KARL

36 Tarion Warranty Corp.

38 Trends

Marie Potter shares top 5 trends for getting organized

42 Home Designer Lisa Canning on creating an organized space

22 BILD Report Working together to provide public art

44 Recipe Simple and nutritious recipe for homemade granola

BY DAVE WILKES

Lots to see, do and buy in Toronto’s Distillery District

24 The Condo Board

NEIGHBOURHOOD PROFILE

Waste: Is your building throwing money away? BY JEANHY SHIM

28 Downtown Whitby

30 Condo Pro

55 Waterdown

Finding the perfect unit for you

IN EVERY ISSUE

BY BARBARA LAWLOR

34 Stat Chat

12 Editor’s Note

New T.O. condos: Why have the predictions been wrong? BY BEN MYERS

56 Hot Properties SWO

54 On the Move When planning a move, it’s all about timing BY CHUCK RESNICK

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46 Hot Properties GTA 62 Advertiser Index 64 What’s Online

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EDITOR’S NOTE

MAKE IT SO IT’S TIME TO ASK THE POINTED QUESTIONS

WAYNE KARL MANAGING EDITOR NextHome EMAIL: wayne.karl@nexthome.ca TWITTER: @WayneKarl

If you’ve picked up this copy of NextHome’s March 17 issue in our street level boxes or retail racks, you likely also noticed a special publication included in the polybag. Our 2018 Condo & Home Builders’ Annual profiles some of the latest and greatest new home and condo communities throughout the Greater Golden Horseshoe. In our Expert Panel feature story, a select list of CEO-level executives from some of Ontario’s largest home builders also discuss some of the most pressing issues facing the housing industry in the province. One of them touches on government policy and its effect on land supply and housing costs. Not only is it a major issue facing builders – and therefore buyers – it is almost certain to become a hot-button topic in the upcoming provincial election. Now that we know Doug Ford is the new leader of the Ontario PC Party, and a challenger to Premier Kathleen Wynne, we have an idea of what to expect. Ford has a track record of fighting for lower taxes on homeownership, and has taken a strong stand against Toronto’s second land transfer tax. But we need to know more. From all candidates. Over the next three months, we should ask the pointed questions, and make housing affordability an election issue as we approach June 7.

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A SYMPHONY OF STYLE LIGHTS. GLAMOUR. ACTION. Surrounded by the Royal Alexandra Theatre, Princess of Wales Theatre, TIFF Bell Lightbox, and Roy Thompson Hall all steps away, the staggering 53-storey Theatre District Residence at Adelaide and Widmer puts you front and centre. Home to some of the best restaurants and nightlife anywhere in the city and with frequent celebrity sightings during the renowned film festival, the Theatre District is an address like no other.

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CONTRIBUTORS

BILD REPORT | DAVE WILKES

Dave Wilkes is president and CEO of the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD), the voice of the home building, land development and professional renovation industry in the GTA. For the latest industry news and new home data, follow BILD on Twitter, @bildgta, or visit bildgta.ca

VICE-PRESIDENT & CHIEF PUBLISHING OFFICER

Caroline Andrews PUBLISHER & GENERAL MANAGER

Shawn Woodford DIRECTOR OF CONTENT & EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Jennifer Reynolds ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER

STAT CHAT | BEN MYERS

Ben Myers is president of Bullpen Research & Consulting, a boutique real estate firm that advises land owners, developers and lenders on housing market conditions that can impact their development projects. Follow Bullpen on Twitter at @BullpenConsult or visit bullpenconsulting.ca

Anne-Marie Breen MANAGING EDITOR

Wayne Karl ART DIRECTOR

Megan Pike CONTRIBUTING EDITORS

Marisa Baratta Sara Duck Marlene Eisner

THE CONDO BOARD | JEANHY SHIM

Jeanhy Shim is an independent real estate market strategist and analyst with more than 25 years of experience in city building, specializing in urban development. Jeanhy has also served on the board of directors of two condominium corporations.

MEDIA CONSULTANT

Maris Langer maris.langer@nexthome.ca MEDIA CONSULTANT

Rose Anne Bonanno roseanne.bonanno@nexthome.ca SALES & MARKETING CO-ORDINATOR

Terry Bassett

MORTGAGE INTEL | ALYSSA FURTADO

Alyssa Furtado is the founder and CEO of ratehub.ca, a mortgage rate comparison site that aims to empower Canadians to make smart financial decisions.

SENIOR MANAGER, DISTRIBUTION

Dwayne Rutherford NATIONAL CIRCULATION MANAGER

John Jenkins PRODUCTION MANAGER

Anthony Majetic PRODUCTION CO-ORDINATOR

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CONDO PRO | BARBARA LAWLOR

Barbara Lawlor is president and CEO of Baker Real Estate Inc., and an in-demand columnist and speaker. A member of the Baker team since 1993, Barbara oversees the marketing and sale of condo developments in Canada and overseas.

GRAPHIC DESIGNERS

Sandra Hanak-Vujnovic, Mike Terentiev, Miguel Cea Published by

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INSPIRATION | LISA CANNING

Lisa Canning is a life coach, interior design and lifestyle expert. She helps families design their lives around what matters most. Learn more about Lisa at lisacanning.ca, her YouTube channel Blueprints for a Beautiful Life, and follow her on Instagram @lisacanning

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ADVICE | FUNDAMENTALLY SPEAKING

WHAT’S IN A

NEW-HOME WARRANTY?

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What’s in your new-home warranty? Ideally, that’s a question you’ll never have to answer for real – at least not the hard way, be it filing a complaint or, worse, proceeding to a claim settlement. But, despite the best intentions of home builders, sometimes things do go wrong. Indeed, according to Tarion Warranty Corp., nearly every new home built has some form of defect. Such is life when you’re building outdoors, dealing with the elements and working with natural materials. In most cases, issues get resolved, and builders are getting better at responding to customer concerns. Still, there are unscrupulous – or worse, illegal (see page 36) – builders that try to circumvent everything from relatively minor registration fees to taxes, all under the guise of “saving you money.” But when there’s an issue that needs to be resolved, good luck. This is why it’s important to ensure your new home builder is registered with Tarion – to provide the peace of mind that Tarion is backing the warranty, as well as to learn what parts of your new home are covered, for how long, and what the steps and procedures are. Typical examples of things that go wrong in the home building 16  NextHome.ca

process include the following, a Top 10 list of first-year claims: » Paint: inadequate application or coverage » Doors: improperly installed or finished » Floors: Damaged, cracked or installed with gaps » Drywall: Blemishes on walls, ceilings or corners » Stairs/steps: Inadequately built » Water/moisture: Moisture inside the home » Concrete: Cracking » Baseboards: Improperly installed » Trims: Improperly installed or finished » Cabinets/vanities: Improperly installed or finished You can understand how prevalent such “defects” would be in new homes, and how action is required. Nine times out of 10, for homes backed by Tarion, they’re resolved without issue. More drastic is another example involving 23 homes by one builder in one development in Ontario, also, thankfully, backed by Tarion: » After the homes were built, the water table shifted, causing differential soil settlements

» The problems arose three to five years after construction » 23 homes were monitored and repaired over a period of five years » 10 homes required major repairs – causing the homeowners to be relocated to hotels for an average of 38 days The cost to Tarion to rectify the matter? More than $5 million. The cost to homeowners? Zero. The benefit of having the peace of mind of a Tarion backed warranty? Priceless. Think that would happen if your home was built by an unregistered or illegal developer? Wayne Karl is an award-winning writer and editor with experience in real estate and business. In Fundamentally Speaking, Wayne explores the basics – such as economic fundamentals – you need to examine when buying property. He can be reached at wayne.karl@nexthome.ca or follow him on Twitter at Twitter.com/WayneKarl

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COVER STORY

HARBOUR PLAZA WHERE LUXURY REACHES NEW HEIGHTS – NEW COLLECTION OF PENTHOUSE SUITES NOW PREVIEWING

The excitement and curiosity about the new residential landmark by award-winning builder Menkes Developments has grown since the completion of Harbour Plaza. With the final phase of occupancies expected this spring, the ultra-luxurious Penthouse Suites are buyers’ last chance to join the developer’s incredibly successful waterfront project – but just a few select suites remain. Located in the South Core, the city’s most popular new neighborhood to live, work and play, Harbour Plaza stands proud with two stunning 66- and 70-storey glass towers. A PRIME LOCATION WITH A WEALTH OF AMENITIES

“Harbour Plaza has been a winning project from the first day of sales,” says Mimi Ng, vice-president of sales and marketing at Menkes. “Buyers are drawn to this project for so many reasons. Here, you get an amazing location just steps from the waterfront. But at the same time with the direct connection to the PATH system, you can walk to work indoors anywhere in the Financial District, plus you can access TTC subway and regional train service from Union Station.” Buyers at Harbour Plaza will enjoy all amenities and conveniences of living in Toronto’s vibrant downtown community. With direct access to the downtown PATH system, residents will have indoor, weather20  NextHome.ca  |  GTA

protected access to the largest underground shopping complex in the world – covering 30 km (19 miles) and approximately 1,200 shops and services – and connections to more than 50 buildings and office towers in the Financial District. Located in Toronto’s South Core district, Harbour Plaza is part of an exciting new mixed-use neighbourhood that combines leading-edge office development, architecturally stunning residential skyscrapers and world-class restaurants and entertainment venues such as the Air Canada Centre, Ripley’s Aquarium, the Rogers Centre and the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.


LUXURY PENTHOUSE SUITES NOW PREVIEWING

Menkes is now previewing an exclusive collection of Penthouse Suites on the top two floors of Harbour Plaza, starting from $2.3 million. With gorgeous unobstructed views of Lake Ontario and the city skyline, luxurious features and finishes and spacious layouts, these residences promise to be the most desirable address in Toronto. Working closely with awardwinning interior designer Cecconi Simone, the Penthouse Suites at Habour Plaza were thoughtfully designed with generous and functional living spaces. Buyers will find layouts that give them the flexibility to entertain guests and host social gatherings, or to simply retreat and enjoy the tranquility of their home. The penthouse residences range in size from 905-sq.-ft. one-bedroom plans up to 1,907-sq.-ft. three-bedroom plus library layouts. The Penthouse Suites at Harbour Plaza will incorporate the finest features and finishes, including soaring 10-ft. smooth finish ceilings, engineered hardwood flooring and gas fireplaces. Gourmet kitchens feature customdesigned cabinetry, soft-close drawers, a separate pantry and premium built-in appliances by Miele. Spa-inspired bathrooms feature custom-designed vanities with full-width mirrors, a choice of porcelain or stone tile flooring, luxurious soaker tubs and semiprivate water closets. The amenities at Harbour Plaza make it difficult to ever want to leave home. Residents will be able to enjoy a state-of-the-art fitness centre, a relaxing indoor pool, a fireplace lounge, games room and party room. An expansive outdoor landscaped terrace with a reflecting pool will offer lounge seating, barbecues and dining areas.

Menkes is one of the most trusted home builders in Toronto, with more than 60 years of history and more than 25,000 units built. The company has been recognized as one of the top builders in Ontario for quality and customer service, and is also the builder of the super-luxury Four Seasons Hotel and Residences in Toronto’s Bloor-Yorkville district.

For more information about Harbour Plaza Residences, visit the Menkes Condo Centre at 770 Bay St., Monday to Thursday noon to 6 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday noon to 5 p.m.; closed Friday, or contact the Menkes Condo Centre at 416.591.7700, harbourplaza@menkes.com or menkes.com

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ADVICE | BILD REPORT

INDUSTRY & MUNICIPALITIES WORKING TOGETHER TO PROVIDE PUBLIC ART

DAVE WILKES As development in our region intensifies, public art is flourishing in our communities. Besides beautifying the places where we live and work, these sculptures, murals and LED installations create a sense of community, evoke civic pride and invite tourism. Many of these works are the result of creative partnerships between our industry, municipalities and artists. In the city of Toronto, a large portion of public art is funded through the Percent for Public Art Program, which has developers contribute one per cent of the gross construction cost of projects to public art. In return, the City may allow them to increase the height of a building or build a denser development. Depending on the size of the contribution, it may be used to commission an art installation on site, pooled in the City’s Public Art Reserve Fund or a combination of the two options. In the last five years alone, the program has seen the completion of approximately $25 million in public art, with additional funding secured that has not yet been spent. Since its inception, the Percent for Public Art Program has enriched Toronto with more than 150 pieces of public art. Many are part of condominium developments and enjoyed by residents and passers-by alike. An 22  NextHome.ca  |  GTA

example is a work titled We Are All Animals, in a public plaza in front of a condo near High Park. The installation, commissioned by the developer of a Toronto-based art studio, consists of a long bronze bench, a trio of coyote sculptures and an LED screen showing an ever-changing digital rendering of High Park’s landscape. Another remarkable piece of art that people can enjoy is Guard with Balloon Dog, a stencil attributed to the anonymous graffiti artist Banksy, which is on display in the PATH system near 1 York Street. It was found on the wall of a former office building in the Harbourfront area. Before the building was demolished, the developer salvaged the panels, had them professionally restored and installed them, along with a commissioned companion piece. Other municipalities are also building their public art collections thanks to partnerships with our industry, despite the fact that public art contributions are voluntary. For example, in Mississauga, a two-part metal and glass sculpture called Migration, depicting birds in flight, forms a gateway over Duke of York Boulevard where it meets Burnhamthorpe Road. The work was jointly funded by developers behind two nearby condo projects and the City of Mississauga. And in Markham, kids and kids at heart can ride a colourful piece of public art, a merry-goround featuring characters that evoke Canada, such as a beaver,

Mountie, moose and salmon. The carousel, made by Canadian-born California-based artist Patrick Amiot, is called Pride of Canada, and was made out of repurposed materials collected across the country. It is the centrepiece of an extensive public art initiative that is being spearheaded by the developer behind the major mixed-use development in downtown Markham. The collection includes street art photography in an underground parking garage and a floral light sculpture over the entrance of a shopping centre. There are plenty of examples of art that we all get to appreciate because of such partnerships. As our region continues to grow, we will need more of this collaboration to create thriving communities where people can live, work and enjoy their leisure time. With elections approaching this year, BILD will be asking questions about how we can work together to make this vision a reality. Dave Wilkes is President and CEO of the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD), the voice of the home building, land development and professional renovation industry in the GTA. For the latest industry news and new home data, follow BILD on Twitter, @bildgta, or visit bildgta.ca

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Controlling maintenance fees and costs is one of the most important functions of a condominium board. One item that all boards can take immediate action on is how much money is spent on throwing away garbage, versus recycling. Simply put, recycling is free, but garbage costs money. Known as the Excess Waste Levy, this fee is calculated based on how much garbage is actually thrown away, compared to how much garbage is permitted to be thrown away. In Toronto, the Excess Waste Levy is calculated according to the City’s Waste Diversion Program, which mandates that 70 per cent of

all household waste should be diverted to recycling or organics, and only 30 per cent should be garbage destined for the landfill. For condominium buildings, the permitted cubic yards of garbage are calculated based on household count, and this is tracked by the number of garbage, recycling and organics bins that are picked up on waste collection days. These bins are uniquely coded for each building so the City can issue invoices for excess garbage fees. For example, in 2016, the Excess Waste Levy was $28.17 per cubic yard and in our building at the time, we were 44 cubic yards over our permitted monthly garbage allowance. So, we were literally throwing away an extra $1,239 per month or $14,873 per year for the building. On a per unit basis, this translated into around 0.5 per cent of monthly maintenance fees... just for garbage.

Simply put, recycling is free, but garbage costs money.

SO, WHAT CAN CONDO BOARDS DO?

Many new buildings today come with a tri-sorter waste disposal system that diverts waste into the garbage, recycling or organics bins. Ensure your system is kept in good working order, and make sure staff know what to do when the system breaks down. Audit your residents regularly to make sure everyone has recycling and organics bins, which the City provides for free. Educate residents on how much money is being thrown away, and what they can do to reduce this cost. Set a reduction target and keep everyone updated on their progress. Be aware the City of Toronto conducts random audits of condominium buildings to ensure that garbage and recycling are being separated properly. The fine for non-compliance is $50,000. So, recycle properly. Not only is it good for the environment, but it’s good for your wallet, too.

Jeanhy Shim is an independent real estate market strategist and analyst with more than 25 years of experience in city building in the GTA, specializing in urban development. She is President of Housing Lab Toronto, as well as the Founder of the Children’s Discovery Centre. For more than a decade, Jeanhy has also served on the board of directors of two condominium corporations, including her current building where she has been President for the past six years.

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Come to Mountainview Heights, a community that rests on the ridge of the Niagara Escarpment. Life in Waterdown offers a vibrant community atmosphere surrounded by numerous shopping and dining opportunities, popular golf courses, excellent schools and farmer’s markets. Waterdown is known for its scenic views and trails along with majestic waterfalls.


Located at Dundas Street East, just west of Evans Road, this second phase of Mountainview Heights features 38-, 44-, 47and 60-ft. singles, with each model offering stellar floorplans and timeless architecture. The 403, QEW and 407 are all within proximity. Mountainview is conveniently located close to the communities of Oakville and Burlington, Milton, Guelph and Hamilton. LOTUS POINTE IN CALEDON – COMING SPRING 2018

Starlane Homes is proud to offer a limited new release of 77 exclusive 38- and 43-ft. singles this spring at Lotus Pointe Phase 2 in the peaceful prestigious town of Caledon starting from the low $900’s. Starlane has spared no detail, with beautifully designed floorplans, stunning architectural designs and elevations, and a high level of craftsmanship, inside and out. This desirable charming location is nestled at the crossroads of Old School Road between Hwy. 10 and Kennedy Road. Combined with the great outdoors and recreational pastimes such as the nearby Bruce Trail, Forks of the Credit River, galleries, antique markets and vineyards, living in Caledon offers a well-balanced lifestyle for the whole family. You will also have easy access to Toronto via Hurontario Hwy. 10 and Hwy. 410. There is a convenient GO Station located at Hwy. 10 and Charleston Sideroad, making commuting easier to the many locations across the GTA. Register now to receive more information about the homes at Lotus Pointe.

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DOWNTOWN WHITBY CATERING TO A VARIETY OF LIFESTYLES HOT SPOTS

CAFFE DEMETRE Caffe Demetre specializes in desserts. They offer a wide variety including crepes, waffles, cake, pie and hot and cold drinks. Everything, including ice cream, is made fresh in the restaurant.

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LAUREN SHORSER With a mixture of lively stores and restaurants and quiet residential streets, Downtown Whitby caters to a variety of tastes and lifestyles. The area is attractive to families, with plenty of parks, schools and a public library. It also appeals to lovers of nightlife with its proximity to restaurants, pubs and entertainment. Downtown Whitby has some excellent shopping, and is close to highways and the GO station. THE VIBE

The core of Downtown Whitby runs along Dundas Street. The main shopping area, with stores, restaurants, pubs, entertainment and businesses, is concentrated around Dundas and Brock, with the action extending several blocks in all directions. Outside

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Downtown Whitby is a great place for people with different lifestyles. Families are attracted to schools and parks while singles and young professionals like the restaurants, pubs and entertainment. Convenient access to shopping and businesses appeals to people from all walks of life. Toronto local Lauren Shorser is a freelance writer. Her love of science and the written word led her to New Zealand where she completed a Master’s in Science Communication. She specializes in writing about both science and the city.

CAPTAIN GEORGE’S FISH & CHIPS Voted the #1 Readers’ Choice for Best Fish & Chips in Durham Region, Captain George’s has English-style fish and chips. You can eat in, take out or have it delivered.

CUPCAKE JUNKIE Cupcake Junkie is a local bakery selling desserts, soup and sandwiches. Cupcakes are a specialty, but you can also find some excellent cheesecake, tiramisu and ice cream. Check out the daily specials for cupcake deals.

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CONDO SEARCH ZEROING IN ON THE PERFECT UNIT FOR YOU

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BARBARA LAWLOR Across Toronto and the GTA, condominiums are selling like proverbial hotcakes, and developers are launching new communities to keep up with the continued demand. If you’re shopping for a new suite, you will find wonderful choices out there. Your job is to zero in on just the right one for your needs – whether you intend to live in it or rent it out. Either way, location should be top on your list. If you are going to live in the suite, take a good look at what your work commute time will be like, as well as proximity to friends, family and wherever else you travel often. If you are an investor, be sure to select a location that is close to public transit and major highways to appeal to the widest section of the rental market. Price is, of course, a major factor in your decision. Be realistic when you compare; the suite price is just one parameter. Ask about closing costs, maintenance fees and any other special incentives. A condo in an established area will cost more than one in an up-andcoming neighbourhood. It is up to you to weigh the variables and decide which is best. Architecture that appeals to you is also important, as you want to feel “at home” as soon as you get home. Developers are offering a brilliant variety of styles, and you will find exteriors that can 30  NextHome.ca  |  GTA

satisfy just about any aesthetic sensibility. And remember to look into amenities, one of the major reasons why people love condo living. Facilities you doubt you will use may be attractions for renters, or for future purchasers if and when you decide to sell. Suite features and finishes today – even standards – are more luxurious than ever before. They also vary from condo to condo, so examine what is offered where. If you want to upgrade your suite, that will add to the cost, so comparing feature for feature is important in determining the value in the suites you are considering. When it comes time to select your appointments, pay particular attention to kitchens and bathrooms, as they have been shown to be determinants of return-on-investment. Another aspect to look into is builder-developer reputation. We are fortunate to have some of the world’s finest developers and designers creating superb condominiums right here at home. You will find builder histories on most websites, along with

testimonials from happy past purchasers. When you buy any new home, do your homework. You want the most for your hard-earned dollar, and you want the perfect fit for your lifestyle or financial portfolio. Take your time, research all of the parameters and purchase with confidence. Whether you are a first-time buyer, seasoned homeowner, urban professional, family, empty-nester, retiree or keen investor, a decision to go condo nowadays is a solid one. My advice is go for it! Barbara Lawlor is president and CEO of Baker Real Estate Incorporated, winner of the pinnacle 2017 Riley Brethour Award from BILD, and an in-demand columnist and speaker. A member of the Baker team since 1993, she oversees the marketing and sales of condominium developments in the GTA and overseas. Keep current with The Baker Blog at blog.bakerrealestate.com

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Discover living in Oshawa. The perfect new home awaits you. KINGSVIEW RIDGE IN OSHAWA – THE PLACE TO BE Coming soon to the city of Oshawa is Treasure Hill’s newest community – Kingsview Ridge. Why Oshawa? Oshawa is the largest eastern hub in southern Ontario, 60 kilometres from the city of Toronto, not more than a short 45-minute drive away. It is located on the picturesque shores of Lake Ontario, and is one of

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beyond. Kingsview Ridge is a place that you will discover convenience at its best. GO connects Oshawa to Toronto right through to Hamilton, while Via Rail links Oshawa to the Quebec-Windsor corridor. A PLACE TO CALL HOME Treasure Hill has selected this prime location with you and your family in mind. A safe, livable, attractive and healthy neighbourhood where you can create a balanced lifestyle for the whole family. Kingsview Ridge is the place to create and share significant moments, a place where you can enjoy momentous events and family celebrations. Your house will be a home where life’s ordinary moments become extraordinary and all your dreams fulfilled. Discover your new home at Treasure Hill’s Kingsview Ridge in Oshawa. Register now at treasurehill.com to stay up to date with all of the latest information as it becomes available. MAR 17 - 31, 2018  33


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NEW CONDOS IN T.O.

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BEN MYERS

In 2011, there were about 28,000 new condominium apartment sales in the Greater Toronto Area, smashing the previous record high. For years all we heard was that Toronto was overbuilding condos, and that eventually the oversupply would drive down prices. That didn’t occur. We also heard repeatedly that investors would sell off their units at the first sign of soft sales, flooding the market with listings and driving down values. In 2013, the new condo market was experiencing much slower absorption (about 12,000 annually, per Urbanation figures – a nearly 60-per-cent drop from two years earlier), and there was no massive sell off by investors in the resale market or via assignments. Strike two. There were numerous articles warning of rampant speculation in the new condo market in 2015; so-called experts were positive that new home product was way overvalued. Pundits claimed as soon as capital appreciation slowed, the market would be doomed. Well, new and resale condo prices hardly grew in 2015. The Toronto condo market survived, and values are $200 per-square-foot higher today than they were in 2015. In 2016, all the talk shifted to foreign buyers – the new condo 34  NextHome.ca  |  GTA

market was being propped up by purchasers from China was a common refrain. If a tax was applied for offshore buyers in Toronto, the new condo market would tank. In April 2017, a new tax on non-residents was implemented. Did sales plunge? Nope – there was a new record high of 35,000 new condo sales last year. Despite their terrible predictions, many of these folks continue to be quoted on a regular basis. With expanded rental control in place, tougher mortgage rules and rising interest rates (and more to come), I expected sales of new condominiums, especially the high-priced projects in Toronto’s core, would slow noticeably in 2018. Nope, wrong again. Data for January data showed huge popularity for big projects such as Great Gulf Homes’ 357 King St. and Plaza’s Theatre District Condominiums. Both are priced at more than $900 psf in the Entertainment District, and apparently real estate brokers are fighting over units.

At this point, people are running out of ideas about how this seemingly never-ending bull run in the new condo market might end. How about a Trump trade war driving up construction costs? Overaggressive inclusionary zoning policies? Changes to the Ontario Municipal Board? Who knows. The market has been unbelievably resilient since the late 1990s. My advice is to do your own research, buy what you can afford and hire a good realtor to help. Good luck. Ben Myers is President of Bullpen Research & Consulting, a boutique real estate advisory firm that works with land owners, developers and lenders to better inform them of the current and future macroeconomic and site-specific housing market conditions that can impact their active or proposed development projects. Follow Bullpen on Twitter at @BullpenConsult or visit bullpenconsulting.ca

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BUYER BEWARE ILLEGALLY BUILT HOMES MAY COST YOU IN MORE WAYS THAN ONE March is Fraud Prevention Month, and Tarion Warranty Corp. is recognizing it with a strong warning to consumers that an illegally built home in Ontario may come with devastating consequences, including a home that may be unsafe to inhabit or a builder who, once paid, abandons the project altogether. “When it comes to the largest investment of a family’s life, namely a newly built home, it pays to know that your builder has the technical and financial wherewithal to complete the job and that you have the protection of a warranty if anything goes wrong,” says Howard Bogach, Tarion’s president and CEO. “If builders are not registered with Tarion, they are building illegally and won’t provide warranty protection that is legally required in Ontario.” Bogach emphasizes that every builder in Ontario must be registered with Tarion and must enroll all newly built homes in the warranty program. It’s the law. And almost all municipalities across Ontario are supporting it by sharing their building permit information with Tarion. An additional 15 municipalities have partnered up with Tarion to educate consumers who opt to take out permits in their own names as opposed to using a builder licensed by Tarion. Illegal builds are more than just a bad idea, Tarion stresses. They can be expensive for homeowners and builders alike. Last year, for example, Ontario provincial courts set down 117 convictions related 36  NextHome.ca  |  GTA

to illegal building, and illegal builders paid almost $400,000 in fines for proceeding without proper registration, warranties or permits. In 2016, one builder even went to jail. Bogach expects this price tag to increase in 2018 because the fines themselves have increased. Beginning in 2018, builders found in violation of the law will face fines up to $50,000 – up from $25,000 – as well as imprisonment for one year, less a day (twice the previous jail time). Corporations building new homes will face the heaviest penalties with maximum fines of $250,000, up from the previous $100,000. Even directors and officers of these delinquent companies are subject to penalties up to $50,000. For the homeowner, risks are also high. Unregistered builders do not necessarily comply with Ontario Building

Code specifications and the new owner can fall victim to poor craftsmanship, including such dangerous and costly elements as electricity and plumbing. There is also the risk that an illegal builder will take a buyer’s deposit and then abandon the build. In keeping with its mandate of consumer protection, Tarion advises prospective buyers of new homes to recognize the following signs that a builder may be operating illegally. Builders: • Say they built the house for themselves but then decided to sell it. • Say they offer their own warranty and the homeowner doesn’t need Tarion’s warranty. • Say the Tarion warranty is too costly (sometimes quoting $10k when in fact the maximum cost is $1,800 plus taxes.) • Offer the consumer a brief contract or, worse, no contract at all.

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INTO THE BLUE Blue is colourful but neutral, so if adding colour scares you, blue will help ease the transition. It’s a way to be adventure-ish with your decor. Ari accent rug, from $29. Corde basket, from $36.

MID-CENTURY MODERN DETAILS Mid-century modern elements are always a good choice when space is at a premium and you don’t want to sacrifice on style. Whether your taste is traditional or modern, mid-century modern clean lines and design elements are sure to complement your look. Sawyer round dining table in Thompson pine. $699

ALL-WEATHER FURNITURE Canadian summers are short – so maximizing your enjoyment of the outdoors is key! Whether it’s a garden or a condo balcony, your outdoor space should be an extension of your inside living space. That’s also why having furniture that looks just as good indoors as it does outside helps – you can use it inside in the winter as an occasional chair!

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Design magazines, showrooms and Pinterest boards emulate clean, clear spaces. It’s no wonder people love the idea of simplifying their cluttered spaces. People are drowning in choices and caught up in some form of purchase mania. Society is yearning for simplicity. While it looks great, it can set up false expectations for families with young kids trying to keep up with a minimalist lifestyle. Working with a professional organizer ensures your home is realistically organized so you are able to maintain it.

With rising housing costs and smaller spaces, we are seeing trends such as the tiny house movement and apartment therapy. This trend is creating better products to help organize smaller spaces. We are seeing more triple-duty furniture options and convertible rooms serving more multiple purposes – such as a living room converts into a dining room – then at the end of a day, is a place to sleep. A side benefit to this, is people are diverting dollars away from products and instead directing their spending into experiences, which ultimately equates to a happier life.


DOWNSIZING

Baby Boomers are moving from their larger homes into condos. They are either not able to keep up with the maintenance or want to lighten the load so they can travel. In some cases, the move is forced due to health issues. It can be a daunting job paring down or getting rid of a lifetime of possessions. Smart Millennials are helping their aging parents prepare for this before it happens.

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It’s been said if you can find something in 10 seconds or less, you are an organized person. Whether it’s using GPS to locate your phone, keys or pet, the digital age has its advantages. Using apps and technology to manage time, exercise, health, groceries, mileage and records has exploded. Finding the best app for the job is easier with the advent of customer product reviews. Professional Organizers of Canada is sharing some of its favourite online apps to help you to be better organized. » Google Calendar – Keeps all appointments and meetings in one place » Anylist – Keeps grocery lists handy so you never forget an item while shopping » Evernote – Great for random pieces of paper and business cards. The app syncs with mobile and desktop » Time Timer – Helps to manage one’s time effectively » KeyRing – Digitally store all your loyalty cards and free up space in your wallet » Keepy.me – Organizes and saves kids’ artwork, schoolwork and mementos, freeing up your fridge

GETTING HELP

Don’t have time to declutter and deal with the backlog of your life? If you don’t know where or how to start, the process is easier when you partner with a pro. You’ll save money, reduce stress and get the results you want, not to mention being on trend today.

WHAT DOES A PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZER DO? “I help people get organized at home or in their work. I relieve the stress of getting rid of things, making decisions, creating systems so organization can be maintained. The first steps usually involve dealing with years of backlog, prioritizing, assigning homes for things and lastly for families, teaching the lifelong skill of organizing to children,” explains Marie Potter.

WHAT IS POC? Professional Organizers in Canada (POC) is a national registered non-profit association that provides education, business development tools and a code of ethics for all types of organizers across Canada.

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ROOM DESIGNER LISA CANNING OVERCAME A SERIOUS DESIGN DILEMMA TO CREATE A SUPER ORGANIZED, MULTI-PURPOSE SPACE THAT LOOKS GREAT AND FITS EVERYTHING Not enough storage is a common complaint among homeowners. Can you relate? When it came to working with my clients on redesigning and organizing their laundry room, they let me in on a little secret. Their home has no garage, basement or outdoor shed. So, this “laundry room” has to store off-season clothing, sports equipment, paint cans and random odds and ends. Plus, it has to function as a space to wash, sort and fold clothing. Talk about creating a multi-purpose room! With the help of strategic storage products, I was able to create a customized space to fit all their needs. Here are five ways I accomplished the organized design.

Proper storage is essential to keeping a space clutter-free, and a family from feeling overwhelmed by stuff. I designed the millwork 36-in. deep to give the family lots of space for large, bulky storage. To make sure these large cavities remain practical, I used a series of large, easyview bins by home organization company NeatFreak (neatfreak. com) to keep things that require more frequent access such as towels and cleaning supplies in plain sight.

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Don’t forget you can customize the most important aspect of your laundry room, your washer and dryer. I selected a stackable washer and dryer by Whirlpool (whirlpool. ca) to maximize all available space. The front load machines offer a multitude of settings that allow the family to wash and dry everything from well-worn sports gear to delicate dance costumes. Available in three finishes, I went with white as a bold contrast against the blue cabinetry.

A triple sorter with ironing board laundry system also by NeatFreak was installed, which allows the family to create an additional surface area for laundry sorting, folding and ironing.

Custom floating shelves were created out of the same laminate used on the countertop (belangerlaminates.com), to provide additional storage and decorative display. Architectural details were created using MDF tongueand-groove by Metrie (metrie.com) to create a shiplap look. I like using shiplap as it provides a subtle texture to a room.

To keep the space looking fresh and appealing, I went with bold coloured cabinets in Bermuda Blue by Benjamin Moore (benjaminmoore.com) and chose a vibrant rug from HomeSense (homsense.ca) to complement the paint colour. For a pop of shine, I used bronze accents on the hardware (shaynefoxhardware. com) and the faucet (deltafaucet.ca).

Lisa Canning is a life coach, interior design and lifestyle expert. She helps families design their lives around what matters most. Learn more about Lisa at lisacanning.ca, her YouTube channel Blueprints for a Beautiful Life, and follow her on Instagram @lisacanning

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HOMEMADE

GRANOLA

Simple to make and super nutritious, this homemade granola recipe is a perfect way to ensure you start the morning off right! We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But, mornings can be busy, right? Make this recipe in advance (you can store it up to two weeks) so you have it ready to go. Also, this granola can be made without nuts and works well with many substitutions. Enjoy making your own tailor-made version.

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DIRECTIONS PREHEAT the oven to 300 F. COMBINE all dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Meanwhile, in a saucepan, whisk coconut oil, maple syrup and vanilla until combined and warmed (about 2-3 minutes). POUR wet ingredients over the dry ingredients and mix well (don’t be afraid to use your hands!). ON a baking sheet, spread the mixture in a thin layer and bake for 10-15 minutes or until lightly golden. Make sure granola has completely cooled before serving or storing. KEEP your granola in an airtight container (such as a mason jar) in a cool, dry place for up to two weeks.

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37. PACE ON MAIN By: Geranium City: Stouffville Housing type: Condo towns paceonmain.com

38. QUEENSWAY PARK By: Urban Capital & Rosewater City: Etobicoke Housing type: Condominium suites queenswayparkcondos.ca

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OTHERS (NOT FEATURED ON MAP) ALCONA SHORES By: Bayview-Wellington Homes City: Innisfil Housing type: Luxury singles on 32-, 45- and 48-ft. lots myalcona.com

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Grab your camera and wallet because we’re about to take you on a tour of Toronto’s historic Distillery District. With 47 Victorian buildings housing some of the craftiest businesses in the city, there’s a lot to see, do and buy by PARISIMA BAHA

1. WHERE TO EAT First things first: Coffee. Enjoy a creamy organic latte at Balzac’s two-storey Grand Parisian cafe that’s so beautiful it’s been chosen as a wedding venue. Or have an Italian espresso or glass of wine inside Caffe Furbo as you admire the abstract art on the walls. For shareable tapas and tacos come evening, dine at Mexican restaurant El Catrin; they’ve also got a fun list of cocktails and a heated patio sending all sorts of fiesta vibes. Other dining options include creative sushi at Boku and French cuisine with an uber-classy Parisian interior to match at Cluny Bistro. You can satisfy all your chocolate cravings with dessert at Cacao 70, or head over to Greg’s for some of Toronto’s most famous allnatural ice cream.

2. WHERE TO SHOP If you’re looking for stylish one-of-a-kind pieces to elevate your wardrobe or home, you’ve come to the right place. Get Paris-inspired clothing at Cop. Copine or designer men’s and women’s wear at Gotstyle. If you’re a new mother or father, stop by Mini Mioche for cute eco-friendly baby and kids clothes, including skincare, toys and accessories. Shop for a pair of art-deco shoes at John Fluevog, the designer behind Air Canada Rouge’s flight attendants’ footwear, and bedazzle yourself with jewellery handpicked by celeb stylist Annie Jagger at Gilding The Lily, where you can also find candles, books and vintage finds. For other unique finds, Bergo Designs has all sorts of holiday decor, household items and gifts. For antique home decor and nostalgic Christmas ornaments, head to Blackbird Vintage Finds. Other must-visit shops include Soma Chocolatemaker, which received several recognitions at the International Chocolate Awards in 2015, and offers delicious flavoured chocolates and truffles as well as creamy gelato and hot chocolate. 50  NextHome.ca  |  GTA

3. THINGS TO DO There’s plenty of entertainment here to keep you busy. Dance the night away to live DJ hits at Stirling Room or catch a live theatre show or cabaret at Soulpepper. Feeling classy? Head to Tapestry Opera for a live musical performance. For some quiet enjoyment, check out the contemporary art works of Canadian and international artists at Arta Gallery, the sculptures of Quebec artists at Thompson Landry Gallery, or contemporary paintings and vintage photography at Corkin Gallery. There are also events throughout the year that warrant a visit. During the summer, the Distillery District hosts the Sunday Market, where you can shop for local artisan foods like maple syrup, cheese and empanadas. Starting in June, the Music City Summer Series is on, with Canadian artists performing outdoors. And, of course, you can’t miss the Toronto Christmas Market; starting mid-November each year, the Distillery District turns into a winter wonderland with festive entertainment and tasty food vendors.

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ADVICE | ON THE MOVE

MADIS N CE N T R A L PA R K in HAMILTON

See page 2 for more information

MAKE YOUR MOVE MyCentralPark.ca 54  NextHome.ca  |  SWO

WHEN IT COMES TO MOVING, IT’S

ALL ABOUT TIMING ONE TO TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE…

CHUCK RESNICK When it comes to ensuring a successful move, timing is everything! Careful planning and forethought helps “everything” happen efficiently. As soon as you decide to move, explore your options and take action. The first question is are you doing the moving, or will you hire movers? Book the moving company or truck at least a month ahead. Late spring, early summer and early fall are the most popular times of the year for moves. Next, are you going to pack or take advantage of professional packing services? If you’re thinking DIY, start collecting/buying boxes and packing material. Finally, which of your belongings do you want/need to move? Why not purge all of those unnecessary items you don’t need? The less “stuff” you move, the easier and less expensive the transfer. The following is a handy reference for what to do when. A MONTH BEFORE THE MOVE …

›› De-clutter, give away, donate to charity — pare down goods. ›› Obtain change-of-address cards from the post office. ›› Notify magazines, insurance companies, banks, credit card companies, schools and employers of your change of address. ›› If you are moving to a new home that includes appliances, ask for the owner’s manuals.

›› Make a “survival closet” of items you will need to clean the place once furniture is moved (broom, dustpan, cleansers). ›› Either start packing or make sure your mover begins. Label boxes with the contents and which room each will go into at your new digs. ›› Schedule disconnects for utilities and phone, but make sure you still have the use of your phone line on moving day. Arrange for hook-ups at the other end. ›› Cancel newspapers, cable TV, security system monitoring and any companies you use for services. ›› Send change-of-address cards. THE DAY BEFORE THE MOVE…

›› Clean out and dry the fridge and freezer. ›› Get to a bank and take out enough cash to tide you over. ›› Pack last-minute essentials. ›› Arrange for children and pets to be looked after elsewhere on moving day. ON MOVING DAY…

›› Double and triple check rooms to ensure you have everything and the areas are left clean. ›› Don’t forget to carry your valuables and important documents. Chuck Resnick is vice-president, marketing & operations at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK – Canada. twomen.ca

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NEIGHBOURHOOD PROFILE

WATERDOWN A SUBURBAN HOMEOWNER’S DREAM HOT SPOTS

WATERDOWN MEMORIAL PARK This park has baseball diamonds, a skate park and a playground. Located in the centre of town just off the country highway.

MEET THE NEIGHBOURS

TAYLOR STINSON Located between Hamilton and Burlington in a charming, suburban community, Waterdown is an area suitable for families. Its downtown area runs from Hamilton Street North to Dundas Street East. THE VIBE

Waterdown has modernized from more of a country-style town to a suburban homeowner’s dream with an attractive downtown area, small, independent shops, and restaurants located in historic buildings.

Most of the residents here are young families, but there are some retirees living in older homes on the edge of town heading out towards Guelph. Young newlyweds are also moving into the many affordable condos that are being built throughout town.

THE WATERMARK TAPHOUSE & GRILLE Located outside a plaza mall strip, this trendy restaurant serves California fusion dishes — everything from steak and seafood to tapas.

IN THE AREA

The downtown strip of Waterdown is much like any other small town in Southwestern Ontario, but it is newer with far trendier options to eat and play. There are some pubs, health food stores, second-hand clothing stores, cafes and more, along with many park spaces.

THE ROYAL COACHMAN A landmark Victorian mansion that dates back to 1868, this pub used to be a hotel and now serves classic British pub fare and draft beer. It also features trivia nights.

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HOT PROPERTIES

FIND YOUR NEXT HOME The latest properties in Southwestern Ontario to keep your eye on

SWO PREVIEW REGISTRATION

9. LIFE By: Branthaven Homes City: Winona Housing type: Luxury townhomes branthaven.com

1. 140 CALEDONIA By: The Tricar Group City: Stratford Housing type: Four-storey boutique-style condominiums tricar.com

2. AQUAZUL By: Homes by DeSantis City: Grimsby Housing type: Condominium suites aquazulcondo.ca

3. AVALON

MYST URBAN TOWNS

By: Empire Communities City: Caledonia Housing type: Townhomes and detached homes empireavalon.com

4. BRANT WEST By: Losani Homes City: Brantford Housing type: Towns and singles brantwest.com

5. CLAIR MEADOWS By: Gatto Homes City: Guelph Housing type: Towns and singles gattohomesinc.com

6. FOCUS TOWNS By: New Horizon City: Brantford Housing type: Townhomes focustowns.ca

7. FOOTHILLS OF WINONA By: DiCenzo Homes City: Winona Housing type: Townhomes, semis and singles dicenzohomes.ca

8. GRANGE HILL POINT By: Reid’s Heritage Homes City: Guelph Housing type: One- and two-bedroom condos reidsheritagehomes.com 56  NextHome.ca  |  SWO

10. ON THE RIDGE By: Rosehaven Homes & Homes by DeSantis City: Stoney Creek Housing type: Freehold townhomes liveontheridge.ca

11. ONE TWENTY CONDOMINIUMS By: Mountainview Homes City: Fonthill Housing type: Condominiums mountainview.com

12. PASSAGES ON THE CANAL By: Bayview-Wellington Homes City: Welland Housing type: Luxury freehold townhomes on the Canal mypassages.ca

13. SAPPHIRE By: New Horizon City: Stoney Creek Housing type: Waterfront condominiums sapphirecondos.ca

14. STEPPING STONES By: Phelps Homes City: Smithville Housing type: Two-storey townhomes phelpshomes.com

15. SUMMERLEA WOODS By: Empire Communities City: Binbrook Housing type: Townhomes and detached homes summerleawoods.com

16. TELEVISION CITY By: Lamb Development Corporation City: Hamilton Housing type: Condominium suites televisioncity.ca

17. THE GATSBY By: New Horizon City: Hamilton Housing type: Condominium suites gatsbycondos.ca


18. THE MCKENZIE

26. WILDFLOWERS

By: Losani Homes City: Caledonia Housing type: Towns and singles mckenziecaledonia.ca

By: Mattamy Homes City: Kitchener Housing type: Townhomes and 30and 36-ft. detached homes. mattamyhomes.com

19. THE PENINSULA By: Losani Homes City: Paris Housing type: Towns, semis and singles parispeninsula.com

20. TREND LIVING By: New Horizon City: Waterdown Housing type: Modern condo suites trendliving.ca

By: Rosehaven Homes & Chiaravalle Developments City: Ancaster Housing type: Freehold towns, semis and detached homes tiffanyhill.ca

22. VICTORIA ON THE RIVER By: McKenzie Homes City: London Housing type: Single-family homes mckenziehomes.ca

23. VISTA CONDOS By: VanKleef Development Group City: Hamilton Housing type: Condominium suites vistaoncharlton.ca

24. VISTA RIDGE By: Losani Homes City: Beamsville Housing type: Towns and singles myvistaridge.ca

25. EXPLORE By: Ballantry Homes & Branthaven Homes City: Hamilton Housing type: Townhomes exploretowns.com

By: Homes by DeSantis City: Stoney Creek Housing type: Urban townhomes mysttowns.com

Housing type: Single-family homes from $482,900 fusionhomes.com

35. HAVELOCK CORNERS

28. LINCOLN ESTATES By: Losani Homes City: Lincoln Housing type: Single-detached homes losanihomes.com

29. AFFINITY CONDOMINIUMS By: Rosehaven Homes City: Aldershot, Burlington Housing type: Condominium suites affinitycondo.com

30. BALDWIN PLACE By: Tillsonburg Developments City: Tillsonburg Housing type: Detached freehold bungalows baldwinplace.ca

31. CASTLE ROCK PLACE By: Rembrandt Homes City: London Housing type: Condo townhomes rembrandt-homes.ca

32. CLAIRITY

EXPLORE

Locate properties using the map on the following page

27. MYST URBAN TOWNS BY THE LAKE

NEW OPENINGS

21. TIFFANY HILL

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By: Reid’s Heritage Homes City: Guelph Housing type: One- and two-bedroom condominiums reidsheritagehomes.com

33. ELEMENTS By: Mountainview Homes City: St. Catharines Housing type: Luxury one- and two-bedroom condos elementscondo.com

34. FOX FIELD

By: Senator Homes City: Woodstock Housing type: New release of 42and 50-ft. singles senatorhomes.com

36. STATIONWEST By: Adi Developments City: Burlington Housing type: Three-storey townhomes adidevelopments.com

37. THE ENCLAVES OF UPPER CANADA By: Menkes City: Georgetown Housing type: New release of single-detached homes on 40-ft. lots menkes.ca

38. THE PRESERVE By: Mattamy Homes City: Oakville Housing type: Townhomes mattamyhomes.com

39. THE WEST By: Adi Developments City: Burlington Housing type: Luxury boutique condos adidevelopments.com

40. MOUNTAINVIEW HEIGHTS By: Starlane Homes City: Waterdown Housing type: 38-, 44-, 47- & 60-ft. singles starlanehomes.com

41. SADDLE RIDGE By: Starlane Homes City: Milton Housing type: 40-ft. singles starlanehomes.com

By: Fusion Homes City: London

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Q+A WITH JOE VACCARO, CEO OF THE ONTARIO HOME BUILDERS’ ASSOCIATION by MARLENE EISNER priced out of the communities and neighbourhoods they want to live in. NH: What can builders and developers do to bring more homes to market? JV: The challenges haven’t changed. In order to bring new communities to the market, builders and developer will still require government approvals. The better the government can be at getting housing to the approvals process, the more homes and choice the industry can bring to the market. What continues to be the issue is that every level of government seems to find a new policy or idea they want to apply in how we build communities, and that puts everything into paralysis. The more policies government piles on, the more they limit and frustrate the industry’s ability to get more homes to the market.

NextHome chats with Joe Vaccaro, CEO of the Ontario Home Builders’ Association (OHBA) on what’s on the horizon in 2018 for the newhome market.

NextHome: In new homes, demand is expected to remain very high and supply very low. What can prospective new-home buyers expect in 2018? More of the same? Joe Vaccaro: New-home buyers should expect more of the same. OHBA members continue to have challenges in bringing new homes to the marketplace. People can only buy what is available, so these challenges end up limiting the housing choice and supply for those new-home buyers. People are 60  NextHome.ca

NH: Affordability issues have triggered a migration away from the GTA. This has put a strain on the supply of tradespeople in such places as the Niagara-Hamilton corridor, and even in the GTA. How much of an issue is this and how does it affect home prices or the delivery of new homes to market? JV: The shortage of skilled trades across Ontario is a real problem. We’re seeing more of this reality as more and more veteran tradespeople retire. There simply aren’t enough new tradespeople to close the skills gap. With all the new housing happening outside the GTA, tradespeople are following the work, and that’s creating shortages across the province. Then the new challenge becomes not just getting a house to the marketplace and selling that home to buyers, but also delivering it on time. We’re seeing more and more trades-based delays simply because there aren’t enough tradespeople to get the job done. We are going to see more of these issues over the next three to five years because the government simply hasn’t done enough to close that skills gap.


NH: How can you attract more young people, including women, into the industry and in doing that, develop more apprentices?

to inform the public and politicians about the current state of housing in Ontario and where it’s heading?

JV: OHBA and the industry continue to look for opportunities to support training and apprenticeship in Ontario. It’s going to take a collaborative effort by industry, government and colleges to modernize Ontario’s trades training environment. Also, women make up half the workforce in Canada but there is a perception that women are not a fit for certain careers like the trades. In order to combat this misconception, examples of effective collaboration include Skills Ontario and Loyalist College, who recently hosted a skilled trades event aimed at women, and 100 female high schoolaged students attended. This is only one of many tour stops for Young Women’s Career Exploration Event by Skills Ontario. Or, the Toronto Catholic District School Board, who held the annual Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP) Leadership Conference celebrating students pursuing careers in the skilled trades. Over the last several months, OHBA has been spearheading an apprenticeship pooling project that should open more opportunities for apprentices across Ontario. The skilled trades are great career opportunities and we need to do more to build the next generation of tradespeople in Ontario.

JV: In the last 15 years, the price of housing, whether low- or highrise, has increased by more than 160 per cent. It’s pricing people out of the homes that they want. This is why housing will be an upcoming election issue. What’s really important is that people still believe in the great Canadian dream of homeownership. What OHBA will be doing is asking politicians how they can help people achieve that dream. OHBA and our members will be engaging, educating and informing all candidates as we continue to meet with them and share our concerns.

NH: Housing may be a leading issue in the June 7 provincial election. What has OHBA been doing

NH: What are you hoping the next provincial government does to address the issues facing home builders and their customers? JV: We need a government that applies a “More Homes Not Politics” approach to every piece of legislation that affects housing policy and choice. So many of the policies and ideas introduced in the last 15 years are counterproductive to delivering more homes – they simply add more politics. If government is serious about building communities, they need to focus on increasing supply so that more Ontarians find more homes they can afford, and in communities where they can live, work and play. MAR 17 - 31, 2018  61


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Branthaven Homes - Explore

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Menkes Developments Inc. - Harbour Plaza

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Diam Developments - Radiance Towns

35

DiCenzo Homes - Monterey Heights

ELAD Canada - Lumina

Great Gulf - Arbor Peaks

Great Gulf - Summerlyn

Great Gulf - Trafalgar Landing

Great Gulf - Westfield

Menkes Developments Inc. - In.de

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6 Menkes Developments Inc. - The Eglinton Yonge at Heart

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Mountainview Homes - Timberwood Estates

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Starlane Home Corporation - Lotus Pointe

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Greenpark - Mountainview Heights

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Kylemore Communities - The 6th Angus Glen

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Losani Homes - Madison Central Park Phase II

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Mattamy Homes - Bower Condos & Towns

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Starlane Home Corporation - Mountainview Heights

TAS DesignBuild - The Keeley

23 & 25

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The Daniels Corporation - Beckenrose

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Menkes Developments Inc. - 365 Church

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The Daniels Corporation - DuEast

Menkes Developments Inc. - 87 Peter

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Treasure Hill Homes - Corporate

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