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Inside Yorkville’s New Equinox Fitness

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The first warm days of spring serve as a startling reminder that soon we’ll have to shed our layers, our comfy (albeit bulky) sweaters, and don our summer wardrobe. For some this news is welcome, while for others, this means the horror that is bathing suit season. Whether you look forward to dusting off your daisy dukes or not – this time of year serves as a great excuse to adopt a new workout regimen. If you’re looking to up your fitness game but need a little inspiration, let the beautiful new Equinox Fitness in Yorkville serve as that reason to go to the gym.

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Partners in Sustainability: Other Sustainable Residential Buildings from Around the World

Building green and sustainable buildings is definitely a trend that’s here to stay. We pride ourselves on developing residential buildings that are not only easy on the eyes but also great for the environment and future generations. We’re not the only ones who believe this is important – in fact, there are several residential buildings around the world that also have many sustainable features.

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How Bazis Builds Sustainable Buildings

We’ve been so enamoured with talks about condo design, wooden buildings and the ever-popular transit versus debate, that we’ve almost forgotten to talk about our own projects! Well, in case you’re wondering – everything is right on track at our various sites, but we are definitely excited for spring! This isn’t going to be a construction-based post, but rather a post highlighting how we build sustainable buildings and why we do it. Continue reading

How It’s Done: Framing

Last month, we published our first blog post in our new series: How It’s Done. We think it’s important that you fully understand just what goes into building a condo, especially if you’re someone who’s moving into one in the next little while, or someone who simply just wants to learn about it. Our first blog post in the series was about shoring, where we explained the process of supporting the underground walls of a building with props, or shores. This week, we take a look framing.  Continue reading

How It’s Done: Shoring

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Creating a building is a complicated endeavor, as we’re sure you’ve realized. Toronto is a city booming with construction professionals working to make beautiful, safe, and long-lasting infrastructure. Creating the things you see around when you walk down the street every day consists of thousands of processes developed by engineers, architects, and city planners. Our condo buildings are no different. The process begins in the drawing-room with ideas and planners and ends at the peak of beautiful buildings all around the city. Want to learn about how the construction process begins and ends? Follow along on our new How It’s Done series, beginning with the first edition: Shoring. Continue reading

Bazis’ 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways! CONTEST CLOSED

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Between the Holt Renfrew holiday windows and the twinkling lights lining Bloor St., the future home of our 1 Yorkville project is already in the holiday spirit, and now we are too!

So for 12 days, we’re giving away a different prize each day from attractions, shops and restaurants around the Yorkville neighbourhood.

Be sure to check back every day to see the prize that’s up for grabs, and how you can win it!

On the Twelfth day of Christmas, Bazis gave to me …

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