Update on 1 Yorkville
1 Yorkville is well on its way to being the most famous address in Toronto. Construction of this new luxury condominium is on track with the formation of the P1 underground garage. Continue reading
Construction is Underway at eCondos
Construction at Yonge and Eglinton’s newest landmark, eCondos, is well underway.
Soon, these towers will soar above midtown Toronto and we are seeing great
progress, thanks to improved weather conditions. We are now forming the 14th floor of the south tower, and window installations have begun on the 5th. On the north tower, the 6th floor has also started to take shape. Continue reading
The One To Watch At 1 Yorkville
1 Yorkville continues to take shape as an enviable address, and with only a handful of suites remaining, opportunities to own here are limited. Our remaining suites start at $1.5 million and are a beautifully appointed reflection of the Yorkville lifestyle. Continue reading
1 Yorkville Construction Update Jan 2017
We are very excited to see how much progress has happened at 1 Yorkville since the start of the new year! The foundation mat and tower crane are now both installed, and the crew was preparing to install the slab on grade.
Spring Brings Growth at E Condos
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. Continue reading
Construction Continues at E Condos
We like to catch up with our team at E Condos at least once a month to check-in on the great progress! This project is near and dear to our hearts as it’s part of an important transformation in the city of one of the most populated neighbourhoods in Toronto. Yonge and Eglinton is in the midst of major changes and we’re proud to be a part of it.
The progress at E Condos is coming along nicely and we’re so excited to tell you about what’s going on! The shoring for the south tower will be complete in the next few weeks and once we’re done shoring, we’ll be moving on to bulk excavation. Get ready Yonge and Eg, we’re going to be digging! We’re also in the process of installing the hoarding at Yonge and Eglinton to protect our neighbours from construction.
The process of building a high-rise tower to stand the test of time is a lengthy one, and we want to make sure that E Condos is created to meet the highest standards. Each process is met with diligence by our amazing construction team and this will guarantee quality across the board at E Condos. 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
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
The Progress at Emerald Park
We payed Emerald Park a visit last week and we’re so excited about the progress. We finally have real views from the top floors, along with a first look at the pool and views from the amenities centre! Read on for information and photos about what’s going on at Yonge and Sheppard. Continue reading