Archive for November, 2013

Bazis goes to the Bata Shoe Museum!

Nov 29, 2013 ♦
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We’re lucky that there are so many attractions and shops near our soon-to-be 1 Yorkville. We’re regulars at the Royal Ontario Museum, especially for Friday Night Live, and we routinely dine at the many fabulous cafes in the area. Founded in 1995, the Bata Shoe Museum is another one of our favourite spots in the […]

Streetcars around the world

Nov 22, 2013 ♦
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Last year we published not one but two lists of our favourite subway stations from all around the world. In light of all the recent discussion that’s been going on in Toronto about LRT and subways, we decided to took a look at streetcars and trams around the world.

Emerald Park Windows 2014 update

Nov 20, 2013 ♦
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In our last update, we promised that we’d start installing the windows in late October, and we’re pleased to report that we’re right on schedule! Over the past few weeks, we’ve been busy installing the windows on the residential levels of Emerald Park.

Friday Night Live at the ROM

Nov 18, 2013 ♦
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One of the best parts of our upcoming 1 Yorkville project is its proximity to the ROM. We could spend hours exploring the collection of diamonds and gems (we can dream we’re Elizabeth Taylor, right?), checking out the dinosaurs, and viewing the special collections, like the Mesopotamia exhibit that’s on right now.

Friday Nights at the ROM

Nov 06, 2013 ♦
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There’s something at the ROM for visitors of all ages including those that like to party! Every Friday night from October 18th to December 6th, the ROM hosts their Friday Night Live. DJ’s, live music, food, drinks and dancing. All in a museum. It doesn’t get any better than that!

Last chance for Exhibit’s 10% deposit promotion!

Nov 04, 2013 ♦
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Exhibit’s Presentation Lounge is closing on November 30th!

5 Cool and Transformative Buildings

Nov 01, 2013 ♦
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For our new project 1 Yorkville, architect Rosario Varacalli is introducing a sculptural 3D wallpaper which will change in light, shadow and colour. With that in mind, we decided to take a look at other transformative buildings from around the world that change in colour or shape.