How Single Women – And What They Want – Are Shaping The New Housing Market

By Dan McGInn, The Globe and Mail
January 17, 2013

When Charise Bauman bought her condominium in Toronto she wanted it to be in an established, walkable downtown neighbourhood, have a concierge service and, among other criteria, have good lighting. “Lighting is huge,” Bauman says. The 25-year-old hairdresser has a few rules about interior design, including this one: “If you’re going to put in a walk-in closet, there better be a light in there.” More …

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