Real estate gets real.
From country to city to neighbourhood – we get it.
Which is why we’re launching Urbanized, a platform that’s dedicated to giving your space its own space. We’ve already been covering everything from community events and construction, to brand new developments and transportation infrastructure for years.
And we’re not going to stop.
In fact, we’re going to expand our coverage and keep it all in the same easy place for you to find everything you need. We’ll breakdown the who, the what, the where, and the why, so you’re never left wondering or worrying about the how.
From Kenneth Chan’s opinions on light rail in Metro Vancouver to Yasmin Aboelsaud covering Google’s takeover of a Toronto neighbourhood, our national team of writers and editors will help explain how our communities were built, where they stand today, and what’s being proposed for the future.
We love our cities, and we know they’re not perfect. So we’ll be covering all angles: the good, the bad, and the ugly. We’ll be asking you questions on what issues you think are important, and what you think needs improving. Because we all need to be working to build a stronger community together – for the long run, not just four years at a time.
You’ve heard the expression ‘turnkey.’ Well, that’s what Urbanized is – a new digital home that’s just waiting for you to move into and put your feet up.
Just don’t get too comfortable – like our cities, you never know when the next big thing is going to show up.