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An awful lot has been written lately about condominium conversion.
May 5 marks the proclamation of Ontario's new Condominium Act.
Anna McDonald and her husband just put their Reseda condominium up for sale at $185,000, and they are confident they won't have much trouble finding a buyer.
5 million loan for a proposed 103unit luxury condominium development to include retail and underground parking at 133-145 W.
7 million lawsuit debt, hundreds of Le Parc condominium owners and supporters rallied outside City Hall on Saturday, holding placards reading ``Don't Let Them Take Our Homes.
The suit contends that the sellers cannot meet the contractual agreement because, as they have previously acknowledged in writing, the Coliseum contract requires a statutory condominium which they cannot provide.
Only the price of standard condominiums increased over the one-year period.
Portsmouth's newest luxury residence will soon become reality as O'Neill Properties Group begins construction on the vertical portion of The Tower at Carnegie Abbey, an 80-unit, 21-story condominium building.