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.
Toronto is an incredible city, in part due to the many different neighbourhoods that make this the city that we know and love. Wherever you travel in the city you’ll find different communities, each special in their own right. What really makes a neighbourhood amazing though, is the people. The people living and working in their community are what give the area its personality. We’re bringing a contemporary touch to the vibrant Lawrence neighbourhood, with our new Oasis townhomes, which are coming soon.
Here are 5 reasons to love Lawrence! Continue reading
Summer has come to a close and it’s been awhile since we last updated you on the progress of our projects. The last time that we checked in it was in the spring and we’ve certainly seen some growth since then. We’ve been busy working away on our active projects from 1 Yorkville to E Condos up at Yonge and Eglinton. Continue reading
There’s so much to love about the Toronto skyline. When it comes to the skyline around one of the most luxurious areas of the cities, we’re excited to bring a new addition to it soon. 1 Yorkville is our project that’s being built at the corner of Yonge Street and Yorkville Avenue. This 58-storey condo is going to feature residences and some stunning amenities in an area of Toronto that is rich with history. Continue reading
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 tourism). This month, we take a look at something a little closer to home: the Washington Monument.
Even if you’ve never been to Paris, you’re probably well aware of what the Eiffel Tower is. It’s one of the most famous landmarks and tourists flock to the site by the hundreds. But what does the Eiffel Tower do? Besides attracting tourists from all around the world, not so much actually.
We’ve still got gardens on the mind – even after writing two blog posts on perfect plants for your condo, and how you can do some gardening on your balcony. Now, we’re looking at rooftop gardens from around the world – after all, we do feature a beautiful rooftop garden atop Emerald Park and 1 Yorkville! Continue reading
It’s been a long time since we wrote about historical architecture on the blog, and what better topic to kick it off with than the Mayan Ruins? One of the world’s most-loved historical stories. Continue reading