Five years have passed since the completion of Crystal Blu, our sophisticated 35 storey tower that has become one of Toronto’s finest addresses. Over the course of the past five years we have seen significant changes to our neighbourhood, changes that have made residents even happier to call Crystal Blu home.
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 hosts of a popular network talk shows always close off by reminding the audience to take a moment and enjoy the view. Residents of Exhibit are fortunate to be able to take in unobstructed views that are forever protected.
Exhibit offers panoramic views of Toronto’s city skyline. That view includes Canada’s largest museum, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) with its Deconstructivist crystalline form structure known as the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, juxtaposed against historic, Italianate Neo-Romanesque features of rounded and segmented arched windows and decorative moldings and cornices.
The prestigious architecture and beautiful green spaces that make up the University of Toronto campus are also part of the incomparable view from Exhibit. The picturesque walkways and ivy covered buildings have been part of the landscape for over a hundred years and will undoubtedly remain for hundreds more.
Situated in surroundings like these, it can definitely be said that Exhibit offers a room with a forever view.
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
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
Toronto is home to all kinds of musical talent. Whether it’s individual musicians, or orchestras, the city is bursting with bright talent. We’re also home to the Royal Conservatory of Music, one of the largest and renowned musical education institutes in the world. Not only does the conservatory offer the best in music education, with an excellent curriculum, amazing teachers, and rigorous assessment, but also an incredible program of performances. Here’s what to look forward to before 2016 comes to an end. Continue reading
Yorkville is often thought of when you think of fine dining and the best in luxury shopping, but another aspect that makes the neighbourhood so special is the culture you’ll find here. Yorkville is home to many of the city’s most beloved galleries, and plays host to a slew of events in the arts. One such event is the Yorkville Village Arts Festival – a juried exhibition of contemporary art by students and recent grads from OCAD University. Running from Friday November 4th – Wednesday November 9th, here are some of the highlights. Continue reading
They say you learn something new everyday. Today we learned that another nickname for Yonge and Eglinton, is Yonge and Eligible, due to the soaring numbers of hip (and single) young professionals flocking to the area. Perhaps this explains the ever-expanding list of cool new spots opening up in the area. Whether you’re on the hunt for an after work drink, a spot to share a bottle with the girls, or perhaps a hip bar to take your next Tinder date to, Yonge and Eg has tons of places to wet your whistle. Continue reading