Emerald Park: A Gem in North York



In the heart of North York is a gem we call Emerald Park. Since completion in 2015 these condominium towers have punctuated the skyline with their distinguishing and striking architectural concept. Two luminous green glass towers with distinctively flared tower tops have become home to residents and businesses alike in this area. Continue reading

Real Estate Forecast for 2017


2016 proved to be another record setting year in the real estate market with particular sales growth being experienced for condominium apartments followed by detached homes. Continue reading

A look back at BAZIS in 2016

2016 has been a busy year for the entire BAZIS team with a number of projects taking shape. We kicked off the year with the finishing touches on Emerald Park, our iconic green glass towers located at Yonge and Sheppard. This striking and luminous architectural concept, dramatically punctuates the monochromatic skyline of North York.

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Our answers to the most asked questions about 1 Yorkville


Our architect Rosario Varacalli sure knows how to keep people talking. E Condos was the name on everyone’s lips when we announced the project 2 years ago and right now everyone can’t stop talking about how much they love 1 Yorkville. Over the past few months we’ve been inundated with questions about our new project, so we got Rosario to give us the answers to your most burning questions. Continue reading

5 important things you need to know about Yorkville

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With two of our projects in Yorkville, there’s no doubt that it’s our favourite neighbourhood. And now that we’re bringing our latest project 1 Yorkville there too, we thought we’d highlight five important facts about the neighbourhood that makes it so fascinating and keeps us developing more projects there. Continue reading

4 cool vehicles turned into homes

We don’t need to tell you how much we appreciate outstanding architecture and design here at Bazis. It’s quite obvious that our love for design goes beyond our own developments, as we’ve taken a look at wooden high-rises, beautiful train stations, and unusually unique buildings around the world.

This week, we paired our passion for transit with architecture and took a look at how transit can sometimes double up as a place of residence. Read on to see what we mean.

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