Navigating the perilous waters of Toronto’s Condo Rentals

05 Feb 2015

It’s 60 days prior to the end of your current lease term and you decide you need to move, find a fresh start, improve on your current location. Queen and Ossington used to be the shiz but now with a bar popping up every two feet it’s just become overrun and noisy. You comb through the Now magazine but living with 10 other twenty something’s…

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Mozo

28 Aug 2014

333 Adelaide St E., Toronto Built by Context developments in 2004 this glass and concrete condo was designed to have a loft like feel. Layouts abound within this building including walk up and two storey units. Suites include 9 foot exposed concrete ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, sliding barn style doors and modern finishes. The building contains 211 suites ranging from 400 – 2450 sqft….

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King George Square

28 Aug 2014

168 King Street E., Toronto Classic wrought iron gates with bold concrete pillars is your first introduction to the beautiful King George Square.  Clusters of birch perched four storeys up nicely compliment the red brick and concrete façade. Built in 2000 by Steven and Webster Callahan this is another great example of a building that blends right in with the neighbouring historic architecture. King George…

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Kings Court

08 Aug 2014

230 King Street E., Toronto It’s not often that you will find such a perfect blend of old meets new, but Camrost – Felcorp hit it out of the park in 2005 with Kings Court. The gorgeous original bank façade sits as the cornerstone of this condominium with a glass and concrete structure ascending above it. Also preserved is the original grand rotunda entrance that…

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Market Wharf

08 Aug 2014

1 & 3 Market Street, Toronto Looking like a ship with its tall mast Market Wharf appears to have sailed off the Lake and docked at the St.Lawrence Market. Market Wharf features a 7 storey podium crowned with 2 storey town homes. Rising another 26 storeys above the podium, the glass tower offers 357 suites ranging from 380 – 2750 sqft. Its curving balconies appear…

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Rezen

08 Aug 2014

205 Frederick Street, Toronto Constructed in 2008 by Times Group this cube-on-cube design offers 13 storeys of glass, steel and brick. Clean lines and modern materials give this building a very sexy yet elegant feel. Rezen has 144 suites including live-work and retail units on the ground floor. Building Amenities: 24 Hour Concierge, Gym/Exercise Room, Roof Top Terrace, Party Room, Meeting Room, Visitor Parking.

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Spire

08 Aug 2014

33 Lombard Street, Toronto Soaring 45 storeys into the air this stunning glass-on-glass needle thin structure towers over St.James Cathedral. Spire offers stunning views from its floor to ceiling windows and wrap around balconies. Constructed in 2007 by Context Developments, it offers 300,000 sqft of living space comprised of 362 suites. Suites range from 350 – 2765 sqft. In 2009 it received the “Award of…

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The Berczy

08 Aug 2014

55 Front Street E., Toronto Built in 2013 by Concert Properties the Berczy seamlessly blends into its counterparts on the historic Front St E. It’s brick podium compliments it’s surroundings while the glass tiered upper floors add a modern touch. This boutique collection is comprised of 13 storeys offering 166 units ranging from 565 – 2000 sqft. With your first step into the lobby you…

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The Vu

01 Aug 2014

112 – 116 George Street, Toronto Swallowing up an entire city block the Vu spans from Adelaide to Jarvis, George to Jarvis streets. Two glass towers rise out of the huge 8 story red brick podium which includes the Vu lofts and 17 street side town homes. Completed in 2010 the Aspen Ridge built project is a fusion of modern and traditional elements resulting in…

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Downtown Previous Vegas And Fremont Avenue

25 Mar 2014

The latest, most spectacular and most popular casinos in Las Vegas are located along the southern end of Las Vegas Boulevard, referred to as “The Strip”.

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