What's more difficult than finding the perfect woman? Finding the perfect apartment.
February 21, 2006 12:52 PM Subscribe
Toronto MeFites: Tell me everything and anything about Little Italy / College & Grace. I'm considering moving there. What about it sucks/rocks? Best places to shop/hang/eat/chill/ whatever. How much are tomatoes? Bananas? Other food staples? Not familiar with Little Italy? How about High Park/BWV; Kensington; Dufferin and Keele? Dunno those areas? Where should I abslolutely positively avoid?
posted by dobbs to home & garden (19 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
So I'm being evicted because they're tearing the shit outta my place and putting in new pipes/wiring/everything and it's gonna take months. This sucks as I've lived here 12 years (Spadina-Bathurst/St. Clair/Casa Loma).
I'm finding it incredibly difficult to find a suitable dwelling. I was originally aiming for High Park but things keep getting rented before I can look at them. I'm investigating other areas and would appreciate any tips/leads. Am presently considering applying for a place in Little Italy, hence that area's at the forefront of the question.
I know I don't want to live in the east end as I have many times in my life and need a change so east-enders/beach dwellers, don't take offense.
I know that similar discussions have taken place in the past here on Ask (I've participated) but am asking again because, well, I need assurances and am dreading making a bad decision and the whole thing is depressing the shit out of me and stressing me out so much I can't get any good writing done.
Also, anyone who feels like helping me by sending phone numbers of non-basement rentals in any of the above hoods, please do so. I'll offer a reward to anyone who sends me details on a place that I actually get. Email me for details. I can leave anytime between now and June 1.