|The typical Torontonian isn’t the only one being priced out of the city’s sky-high housing market. Local Hells Angels are happy to be renters now after a flirtation with home ownership, Det. Sgt. Len Isnor of the OPP Biker Enforcement Unit said in an interview.|
“It’s a huge trend toward renting,” Isnor said. That’s partially a reaction to the estimated $700,000 hit the Hells Angels took when they lost their old clubhouse at 498 Eastern Ave. to the federal government.