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Day Beds and Their Potential for Small Spaces

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Day beds are usually small sized beds that can also serve as couches or sofas when not in use. They are commonly used in children’s and small bedrooms to get more out of the space without having to sacrifice the comfort. 434 more words

Salem Beds

Urban pollinators for urban agriculture (and horticulture!)

Over the past few weeks I’ve been thinking a lot about urban pollinators, that is to say bees, hoverflies, butterflies, and other animals, living and foraging in towns and cities.   438 more words

Biodiversity

Alternative Housing Tenure for Selangor: Rent-and-Buy Scheme

GOOD news awaits low-cost house owners, who are unable to obtain bank loans, as the Selangor Government is implementing the rent-and-buy housing scheme later this month. 250 more words

News & Updates

Flip Market Slowing Down

According to RealtyTrac, the house flipping market is slowing down and at its lowest level since spring of 2009.  As a flipper and Realtor, I am not at all surprised by this, as finding our next project has been difficult.  351 more words

Renovation

Local Urban Redevelopment Projects Win National Awards

The Canadian Urban Institute has just announced the winners of the 2014 ‘Brownie’ Awards, and two Downtown Kitchener projects are among this year’s winners!

This is the 15th year for the Brownie Awards, which are intended to recognize and celebrate ‘leadership, innovation, and environmental sustainability in brownfields redevelopment’ across the country. 577 more words

Real Estate

The changes I'm making

My friends say I complain and criticize too much, phrases like: “the transport system in our town isn’t good”, “the government is wrong”, and so on, maybe they are right. 359 more words

Green Living

if I lived in New Orleans...

I’d want to live in the Warehouse District.

It’s Sunday morning and I’m waiting in Denver International Airport for a flight to New Orleans. It is 29 degrees (-1.6C) outside. 326 more words

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