Publication: Condo Life

  • Condo Life - Apr2018

    Condolife, launched in 1998, continues to be Toronto’s finest and most comprehensive guide to the condo market and lifestyle.

  • Playground Condos

    Playground Condos is highlighted by a four-acre park in its backyard, the project is near the pedestrian bridges, steps to King Street's shopping and dining mecca, a stone's throw from Trinity Bellwoods Park, and a ten-minute walk to entertainment such as BMO field, the CNE, Budweiser Stage, Echo Beach and Ricoh Coliseum.

  • Real Insight: Metrolinx Inspiring New Ridership

    The design excellence program is about incorporating good urban design and architecture to help spur sustainable growth

  • Harbour Plaza

    The excitement and curiosity about the new residential landmark by award-winning builder Menkes Developments has grown since the completion of construction at Harbour Plaza. With the final phase of occupancies expected this spring, the ultra-luxurious penthouse suites are buyers' last chance to join the developer's incredibly successful waterfront project.

  • Consumer Protection: A Cancelled Project Doesn't Leave You Out Of Pocket

    Under the Condominium Act, if a condo project is cancelled, purchasers are entitled to receive their entire deposit back, including any payments made for extras and upgrades.

  • Design: Sinks, Faucets And Countertops ... The Choices Are Endless

    Kitchens are one of my favourite rooms to design and with the abundance of options available to us today, kitchens are more exciting than ever! From a multitude of colourful options and wonderfully organic finishes for our faucets, to virtually indestructible materials for our sinks and counters, the choices we have are enough to make…

  • Vormax Plus Toilet Cleans Itself

    Powerful flushing platform from American Standard combines Lysol cleaner to freshen toilet bowl from top to bottom with every flush.

  • Trend Watch: Wabi Meets Sabi

    The quest to perfection is taking a much-needed break in the design world. The big trend for 2018 is simplicity and embracing the not-so-perfect, which means a more lax approach to decorating.

  • The National Home Show Continues To Meld Home And Design

    Technology and innovation companies are continuing to build and improve upon connectivity and automation in household appliances, and consumers across every market are eager to discover what's next for their homes.

  • Neighbourhood Watch: Midtown Toronto

    Midtown Toronto: The neighbourhood is booming thanks to the condo craze and improved transit

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