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E Condos Construction Update

The mild winter weather so far has really helped the pace of construction at E Condos. Both towers are well underway to redefining the Yonge and Eglinton skyline.

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Living Well @ Y&E: Fresh

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Fresh has been a popular spot for vegetarians and vegans in the city and we’re lucky to have a location nearby at Yonge and Eglinton! And you don’t have to be a vegetarian to appreciate the delicious flavours and healthy dishes that they have to offer. They make living well taste really, really good. You may have seen some snaps of their food on Instagram before because, let’s face it, their fresh bowls are also really pretty.

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Living Well @ Y&E: Greenhouse Juice Co.

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 in a series guiding you to Yonge & Eg’s best healthy lifestyle destinations.

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Greenhouse Juice Co.

Fresh juice bars are sprouting up faster than we can count them – a trend pioneered by the amazing minds behind Toronto-based Greenhouse Juice Co. If you’re an Instagram user, chances are you’ve come across their amazing photos already – but if you haven’t yet been to their Briar Hill location, you’re missing out.

One thing that differentiates Greenhouse from other juices is that they’re cold-pressed, meaning no heat is used in the juicing process. Greenhouse uses hydraulic presses, which extract the most nutrients, enzymes and that amazing colour from every certified organic fruit and veggie. Grocery-store juices don’t use this method, which is why those are generally less vibrant and nutrient-dense. In fact, the enzymes in Greenhouse juice stay alive for 72 hours – and they’re only selling the freshest. That means, every sip of this cold-pressed juice gives you the same benefits as eating the veggies they’re made from, with no hassle. They even deliver!

Our picks

Once you try one, you’ll want a juice for every occasion – luckily, we’re way ahead of you. Here’s what we’re drinking, when.

After A Long Night – The Wake Up

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This sunny yellow juice is made with lemon, grapefruit, orange, and liquid cayenne.  If you’ve tried MasterCleanse before, this mix will be familiar to you! The citrus fruits pack a ton of vitamin C for an instant energy boost with the power to fight off whatever bug a compromised immune system might not be. Liquid cayenne ups your metabolism, plus it helps flush liver and kidneys. The Wake Up is also great for those trying to lower their caffeine intake – try it!

 

Long Day At Work – Rabbit, Run

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If your workday is prone to stretching way beyond five – or just particularly good at cramming a lot of stress into 8 hours – Rabbit Run will be your new best friend. This one’s carrot-based, with apple and ginger for a bit of bite. Headaches will be less pronounced, as the carrot and ginger boosts your immune system and reduces inflammation. Make this juice a habit, and you’ll also notice your hair, skin and nails will look even better.

 

Too Much Take-out – The Good

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This is a classic green juice for those whose diets might be a bit lacking. A salad for when you’re not really feeling a salad, The Good is made from romaine, celery, spinach and cucumber. All those greens will detox the junk you’ve been eating, and help bring the glow back to your skin. Himalayan rock salt and lemon prevent it from tasting too green, though – this one’s easy to drink and easy to love.

 

The Everyday – Deep Roots

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If you want to add juice to your everyday routine, Deep Roots is a great pick. Beets are surprisingly sweet when juiced, so beginners will love this one. Add crowd-pleasing carrot, apple, celery and lemon and you have a winner. This juice will keep your immune system running smoothly, regulate your hormones (seriously!) and start cleaning out your blood and lungs over time. You’ll also noticed increased endurance next time you hit the gym.

 

When You Absolutely Can’t Be Sick Right Now – The Boosters

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These pocket-sized healthy shots are ideal when you feel a cold coming on – drink them in one gulp and you’ll be back to normal in no time. Our favourite, the Flu Shot, has active echinacea, Reishi, codonopsis, astragalus, oil of oregano and lemon, but their five Booster options have the cure for whatever ails you.

 

Greenhouse also sells cleanses and fresh-pressed nut milks, so they have something for everyone from your most crunchy-granola friend to your super-picky nephew. Stop by their Briar Hill location or visit them on Instagram to learn more!

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All images sourced from Greenhouse Juice Co. on Instagram

Saying Goodbye to 2014 at E Condos

What can we say? 2014 has been an awesome year for us at E Condos. With so much happening at Yonge and Eglinton and our project making its way into demolition and construction, we can easily say that 2014 has been our best year yet! We wanted to check in with the E Condos team for one last time this year and see what’s going on at the site. Read on for the details. Continue reading

Update at the Eglinton Crosstown LRT

It’s been a while since we updated you with the progress of Eglinton’s newest transit route, the Eglinton LRT, and we just want to tell you that a lot has happened since our last look at it. You may have heard rumblings about the traffic backups in the area, especially during rush hour,  but as they say, “no pain, no gain.” Continue reading

New spots to check out in Yonge and Eglinton

Yonge and Eglinton is undoubtedly one of the hottest neighbourhoods in Toronto. Every month there seems to be a new restaurant or shop opening up to accommodate the hundreds of people that are moving into the new Yonge and Eglinton Condos being built. Continue reading