Archive for August, 2014

Yorkville’s Exhibit is on Display

Aug 28, 2014 ♦

It’s always a pleasure checking out Exhibit because after our tour with the construction crew we like to take off our steel-toed boots and stroll through Yorkville! We went by on a gorgeous day to check out the progress and here’s what we found.

Transforming Yonge and Sheppard with Emerald Park

Aug 27, 2014 ♦

New Construction in Toronto: Emerald Park Condos If you’re one of the lucky people that will be living at Emerald Park one day (soon!), this will be your view from the top. We took a trip to Yonge and Sheppard to explore what’s going on and we got a special glimpse at downtown Toronto from […]

August at E Condos: The Flat Life

Aug 22, 2014 ♦

We love our construction updates, even if it appears that there isn’t too much going on. This may look like an empty space to you, but to us it looks like progress! We’ve completed phase one of demolition and we’re ready to tackle the next steps in creating our Yonge and Eglinton development, E Condos.

Amazing Vacation Homes From Around The World

Aug 20, 2014 ♦

We’ve got vacations on the mind after the whirlwind weather we’ve been having in Toronto lately. Augtober isn’t really our cup of tea! Though we’ve got nothing planned, a little browsing never hurt anyone and so we found some of the best vacation homes, ever. Take a look:

5 Pieces of Really Cool Outdoor Furniture

Aug 15, 2014 ♦

We have an eye for design, there’s no doubt about it! We love building condominiums that push the limits of design and are unique and different in their own ways. But we also love looking at great pieces of architecture, especially homes and big institutions from all around the world. Lately however, we’ve been coveting […]

Car-Free at Yonge and Bloor

Aug 14, 2014 ♦

For two Sundays this month a major portion of Yonge and Bloor will be going car-free, creating two huge linear parks for pedestrians and cyclists.  That’s right – Open Streets is coming to Toronto, even though it’s already been adopted by major U.S. cities in the past.

Murder at the ROM

Aug 07, 2014 ♦

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: one of the best things about our future project 1 Yorkville is that it’s so close to the Royal Ontario Museum. We like to check out its many exhibitions, wander aimlessly for hours admiring the different jewels, artefacts and treasures from all around the world, and […]

4 Beautifully Juxtaposed Buildings

Aug 06, 2014 ♦

Old vs. new, modern vs. classic, Lady Gaga vs. Billie Holiday. Juxtaposition is everywhere, whether it’s in music, film, food, or architecture. When you visit a city for the first time it’s common to see a shiny modern building next to a century-old church, or a decades-old monument next to a brand new landmark. Take […]