Archive for May, 2015

Living Well @ Y&E: Greenhouse Juice Co.

May 29, 2015 ♦
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Staying healthy and active in Toronto has never been easier – and we don’t think the privilege is limited to those in the downtown core. Yonge & Eglinton is developing fast, and with the growing population comes a huge selection of gyms, clean eats, and events to keep them all healthy. This is the first […]

2015′s Best Balcony Garden Trends

May 25, 2015 ♦
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More condo dwellers than ever are turning their balconies into green space – a quick glance upward during the warmer months will reveal everything from micro-gardens to full-on leafy canopies. Balcony gardening can be just as rewarding as landscaping a suburban-sized lawn, and it can pack even more visual punch. Plus, a balcony garden is […]

Toronto Design Guide: King St. East

May 21, 2015 ♦
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We think Toronto doesn’t get enough credit as a design mecca – which is shocking, because there are beautiful things to be had and inspiring people to talk to seemingly everywhere. As the city matures, several smaller design districts have blossomed, each with their own aesthetics and cornerstone establishments. We have our favourites around town […]

Spring Brings Growth at E Condos

May 20, 2015 ♦
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It has been awhile since we provided you with an update at Yonge and Eglinton, but there’s no better time than the present! We spoke with Brad at the E Condos construction site and he gave us the details of what’s going on there.

Historical Architecture: Pagoda of Fogong Temple

May 14, 2015 ♦
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A few weeks ago we had a blast from the past and looked at the Mayan Ruins in Mexico and South America. This week, we’re heading east (way east!) and checking out the history of the world-famous Pagoda of Fogong Temple.

Spring into this E Condos update

May 08, 2015 ♦
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Spring is officially here, and with the warm weather we have an E Condos update to share with you!

Architecture The Doesn’t Serve a Purpose: Washington Monument

May 05, 2015 ♦
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Last month we started a new series titled ‘Architecture That Doesn’t Serve a Purpose’ where we look at famous landmarks from around the world, that are just that: landmarks. We took a look at the Eiffel Tower, how and when it was created and what it’s used for today (spoiler alert: only good for attracting […]