You want a home that’s good for you and your family – and for the planet. A place you feel great about living in. That’s EverHome.
Airy, light-filled layouts give you lots of room to breathe (and live, work and play). Geothermal heat and a green roof give the environment a little breathing room too, reducing your carbon footprint.
August 29th, 2023
August 29th, 2023
EverHome is a modern community of 130 suites, unlike anything that the City of Markham has seen before. Inspired by modern European design, EverHome features generous 9ft high ceilings and multi-level designs with an urban aesthetic – high ceilings with large windows that flood the space with natural light. Interiors feature Italian two-tone kitchens with movable islands, wide plank laminate flooring, designer bathrooms with porcelain tile, walk-in closets and countless other touches just for you.
A new development at Parliament and Queen streets in Toronto is inspired by the city’s warehouses and artist lofts from the ‘60s and ‘70s.
It's loft-inspired living, but without the old windows. In partnership with Downing Street Group, The Sher Corporation has developed a new mixed-use building that takes its design inspiration from Toronto warehouses.
Shakeel Walji has been a real estate developer for a while — 14 years, to be exact — but this time round, The Sher Corporation principal wanted to make a different kind of impact, by creating housing with a lighter environmental imprint.
EverHome Markham is a community focused on sustainability with a goal to achieve LEED® SILVER Certification. It offers purchasers one-level and two-level style condominiums in Markham’s beautiful Berczy Village neighbourhood.
The development boasts a sustainable, LEED Certified, European-inspired community of 131 well-appointed one-level condominiums and two-level lofthouses.
Here’s a list of the 12 GTA condo projects that are set to launch sales during winter and early spring of 2021.
With an aesthetic that pushes convention, Origin Lofts isn’t afraid to be a little different. The new mid-rise condominium project by the Sher Corporation promises to fill a specific niche in the Markham housing market.
Almost five decades of working in Toronto’s Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood has left Savvas (Sammy) Koundouros with strong ties to the local neighbourhood.
Following on a July 2016 development application seeking a 32-storey condominium tower at 79 through 85 Shuter Street, a revised submission landed on the City of Toronto's development applications page last month.
As Toronto's top real estate advertising and marketing executives gathered recently for a roundtable discussion on the state of their industry, the outlook was a fair bit rosier than it was one year ago.
King Street East is the destination of choice for Toronto's serious style seekers and design devotees. And now, this east-end locale is setting the stage for true condo couture - The King East.