The Garden District Condominium continues the exhilarating renaissance sweeping the Garden District neighbourhood in downtown Toronto. Continuing upon the recent gentrification of Shuter St, this remarkable 32-storey, 234-suite modern contemporary building consists of 3 elements: a heritage preservation base, a mid rise podium and a glass cantilever tower allowing natural light to fill the interiors, while north and south facing balconies offer an impressive view of the city’s skyline and the plentiful green spaces surrounding the area.
The Garden District Condominium is one of the latest residential condominium towers designed by Peter Clewes and Adam Feldmann of the acclaimed ArchitectsAlliance architectural firm. Inspired by the enduring shapes and timeless style of architect Mies van der Rohe, the design of the Garden District Condominium will withstand the test of time. The sleek interiors are designed by Dochia Interior Design, with luxurious and refined finishes that exude modern sophistication. Contemporary yet classic, the Garden District Condominium will be a handsome timeless beauty.
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.
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.