Paul Johnston discusses low-rise and mid-rise development in Globe and Mail
Rules get thrown out for these very distinct and unique properties.
The changing needs of downtown buyers call for a re-think of ‘amenity spaces’
With a changing market, there’s demand for well-designed midrise and lowrise projects in beloved neighbourhoods.
The Globe and Mail’s Carolyn Ireland explores the strength of the urban townhome market in the city.
An exploration of the role of mid-rise developments in Toronto’s urban fabric.
Interview with Paul Johnston in a recent profile of “Movers and Shakers” in the GTA
Paul Johnston discusses the merits of purchasing low-rise or mid-rise homes in the city.
We get into some serious real estate shop talk with agent extraordinaire, Paul Johnston.
Paul Johnston’s urban garden is profiled in the Globe and Mail.
The Globe and Mail’s Dave Leblanc explores Toronto’s modern infill housing with Paul Johnston.
“Toronto Condo Market Hits the Down Button”, which explores the local market and inventive new marketing ideas.
Asking yourself how to “cash out” during the present boom? The Globe and Mail profiles a seller asking the same to Paul Johnston.
Toronto Life features Paul’s efforts in to find the perfect minimalist home.
Toronto Life writes about Paul Johnston’s assisting of a young businesswoman to find a unique urban home.
Paul Johnston is featured in Sun Media
An article on Plymouth Avenue urban infill project featuring Paul Johnston.