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Modern Condominium Living in the Best-Connected 905 Locations

Modern condominium living in the best-connected 905 locations

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Modern condominium living in the best-connected 905 locations

Pemberton Group strives to design in every community

Recognized for creating successful residential developments across the GTA’s most established neighbourhoods, Pemberton Group strives to design every community to reflect a higher quality of living, offering purchasers the opportunity to own a home surrounded by desirable features and exceptional amenities.

9th & Main offers luxury living in a ravine setting.
9th & Main offers luxury living in a ravine setting.

9th & Main Condos + Towns and GO.2 Condominiums offer two of the most livable and accessible locations in the 905. Those seeking a quieter lifestyle, away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Toronto, will appreciate not having to compromise on the modern conveniences associated with urban living.

Both 9th & Main and GO.2 present the best of both worlds, offering residents a range of local and onsite amenities like shopping and dining, as well as the tranquility of sprawling nature with nearby parks and trails just moments away.

9th & Main is located in the heart of Stouffville, the third fastest growing community in Canada, and is quickly transforming into a hub of contemporary living while managing to retain its traditional roots. Offering a connected way of life, residents will be just around the corner from restaurants, bistros, cafes, and boutique shopping along Main Street.

Enjoy outdoor living on the Terrace at GO.2.
Enjoy outdoor living on the Terrace at GO.2.

Stouffville is also a cultured community that is brimming with arts, sports, leisure and recreation facilities. The recently expanded Leisure Centre houses a library, fitness centre, indoor pool and gymnasium. Stouffville’s free public art gallery, the Latcham Art Centre, and The Lebovic Centre of Arts & Entertainment that hosts comedy shows, concerts, exhibits, theatre, film screenings and dance performances, are also close by.

Lush landscapes surround the Stouffville community from Musselman’s lake, Sunnyridge and Rupert Parks to several golf clubs within the vicinity, including Angus Glen and Spring Lakes.

Commuting is made easy with the Stouffville GO Transit Station and Highways 404 and 407 just minutes away, but residents don’t have to go farther than their front doors to enjoy themselves!

9th and Main’s onsite private amenities are aplenty including a gym, yoga-Pilates studio, men’s and women’s change rooms with steam rooms, theatre, library/lounge with fireplace, media lounge with gaming console, virtual golf, children’s play room, two boardrooms, two guest suites and a pet wash. Also included is a large party room with fireplace, bar, pool table, and caterer’s kitchen that opens onto a beautifully-landscaped outdoor terrace.

Comprised of two eight-storey condominiums and two-storey lofts and townhomes, 9th and Main’s suite configurations include one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom, two-bedroom plus den, three-bedroom and two-storey lofts in addition to two-bedroom townhomes. Prices start from the $400,000s to over $1 Million.

The Party Room at 9th & Main offers lounge seating, dining areas and access to the outdoor terrace.
The Party Room at 9th & Main offers lounge seating, dining areas and access to the outdoor terrace.

For a limited time, homebuyers can take advantage of a 10 per cent deposit program within six months. Please see a Sales Representative to find out more. Call 289.380.3451, visit online at PembertonGroup.com or come by the Presentation Centre, located at 11750 Ninth Line in Stouffville.

Also in the 905, is Pemberton’s GO.2 Condominiums. Situated in the Village of Maple at Major Mackenzie Drive and Dufferin Street, this centrally-located family-friendly community is ideal for modern urbanites desiring a neighbourhood with a rich history.

GO.2 is perfectly placed near schools, parks, shops and dining, offering residents immediate access to everything they need. For example, the nearby Vaughan Mills Premier Outlet Mall includes more than 200 fashion, dining and entertainment venues, and movie-lovers will appreciate being within close proximity to Colossus! Just minutes away is Canada’s Wonderland and local favourite, Zooland Indoor Play Centre.

Nature enthusiasts will be minutes away from local parks, including Civic Park, Freedom Trail Park and Jack Pine Park, which features the City’s first outdoor fitness equipment area.

Those seeking to take advantage of public transportation will be steps away from the Maple GO Station, and close to the GO Transit Barrie rail line, Go Transit buses, and York Region Transit. Highways 400 and 407 are also easily accessible to commuter residents.

The amenities at GO.2 are ideal for entertaining guests! These include a striking and welcoming lobby, fitness centre, an elegant party room with lounge seating and a spacious kitchen with dining areas, and an enviable outdoor rooftop terrace with beautiful landscaping, an outdoor fireplace and seating areas perfect for alfresco dining.

Available suites at GO.2 feature large two-bedroom and two-bedroom plus den layouts starting from $685,900 and the final remaining townhome is priced at $903,900, offering generous living space making them ideal for growing families. Call 905.553.1430 or visit the Presentation Centre, located at 1860 Major Mackenzie Drive West.

To discover more about Pemberton’s desirable 905 communities, register today at: pembertongroup.com. You can also follow Pemberton Group’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube accounts.


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INDUSTRY EXPERT: Stress Buster

Stress Buster: Avoid needless home improvement stress with these simple steps

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Stress Buster: Avoid needless home improvement stress with these simple steps

Regular communication between you and your renovator is essential and may avoid problems.

Canadians love their homes. So much so that homeowners spent nearly $73 billion in 2017 on renovations, according to the Altus Group. That’s $20 billion more than is spent annually on building new homes across the country.

Unfortunately, everyone has a horror story about a home renovation gone wrong, from losing their deposit, spending more than you anticipated, or a project that took too long to finish. The reality is that the average homeowner doesn’t know all they should know when undertaking a renovation project.

Photography: Bigstock.com
Photography: Bigstock.com

To avoid disappointment and to set you on a path toward a successful renovation, RenoMark has come up with five steps to a worry-free renovation.

  1. Define your project. The more you know what you want out of the renovation, the more accurately the renovators can help you achieve that goal.
  2. Set your budget and expectations on the same path, if they are not realistic or in alignment, then you will be disappointed before you even start.
  3. Select the right renovator, you should look to reputable organizations such as RenoMark as a source of professional companies. Plus, these companies must adhere to the RenoMark code of conduct and the Association’s code of ethics, this alone means that they are a professional and not a fly-by-night company.
  4. Sign a contract. The contract should be reviewed by a lawyer and it will be the basis of understanding for the work moving forward. At a minimum, it should include costs, payment schedule, construction timeline, product-specific details, a communication protocol, warrantee clause, and a close-out plan. Avoid renovators who offer to do work without a contract in an attempt to avoid paying the HST. This type of renovator may also not be paying worker’s compensation or carry adequate insurance, leaving you at financial risk.
  5. Check on Progress. Regular communication between you and your renovator is essential and may avoid problems. During the course of a renovation, it is common for the homeowners to request changes or ask for additional work. These requests may affect the cost and time it takes to complete your project. It is important that you have a signed change order for all changes. Finally, remember to ask questions. The last thing anybody wants is to make an assumption or a guess that may lead to an error and then disappointment.

RenoMark.ca is a great resource to help you find the right renovator. RenoMark was established by the GTA-based Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) to identify professional contractors that have agreed to abide by a renovation-specific Code of Conduct. The RenoMark program has been endorsed by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association and the Ontario Home Builders’ Association.

David Wilkes is president and CEO of the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD), the voice of the home building, land development and professional renovation industry in the GTA.

For the latest industry news and new home data, follow BILD on Twitter, Facebook, BILD’s official blog, and bildgta.ca.


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Gallery Condos + Lofts: Coming Soon to Downtown Burlington

Gallery Condos + Lofts coming soon to downtown Burlington

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Gallery Condos + Lofts coming soon to downtown Burlington

For five years in a row MoneySense magazine has named Burlington the best mid-sized city in Canada, as well as the second-best city in Ontario. Located on Lake Ontario, the city offers residents a safe and friendly environment, as well as fabulous restaurants, shopping, festivals, events and a culturally rich arts community. Gallery Condos + Lofts will place residents in the centre of it all.

BURLINGTON ROCKS

There’s no shortage of things to do in, and around, Burlington, including music, dance and theatre performances at the Burlington Performing Arts Centre, and featured exhibits at the Art Gallery of Burlington. Residents will be able to walk to fine eateries and bistros, and stroll to Spencer Smith Park, with its scenic waterfront promenade. The boardwalk is a favourite destination for joggers, cyclists and walkers. The park also hosts numerous events, including the Sound of Music Festival and Ribfest. The Brant Street Pier extends 132 metres out into Lake Ontario and provides breathtaking views of the the city’s shoreline.

The area is served by three GO stations and several major highways, making it easy to travel to downtown Toronto, to indulge in neighbouring Hamilton’s burgeoning food scene, or to visit Niagara wine country for a weekend escape.

ARTISTIC INTERPRETATION

Gallery Condos + Lofts will be located at Brant and James in downtown Burlington, and was inspired by the city’s vibrant arts scene. Carriage Gate Homes is working with local artists and will feature their art throughout the building. The company has been building award-winning communities in southwestern Ontario for more than 30 years.

The 22-storey building will feature a four-storey podium with a unique cutaway corner, and a wide streetscape. The rooftop will feature barbecues, a fire feature and stunning views in every direction. Also included is a fitness facility, along with a yoga studio with an indoor/outdoor stretching area and a heated indoor pool with lounge areas, as well as a multi-purpose party room with a bar and dining room.

Large balconies and chef-style kitchens augment each of the 161 open-concept suites. Units with lofts are available on the gallery level, and highlight urban finishes like 10- foot ceilings and barn doors. The master ensuite in the loft units include a one-of-a-kind, four-piece spa bath. This signature feature places the tub in a five- by five-foot room for a totally relaxing environment. “We are incorporating a lot of custom home features into our condo suites, in order to bring added value to our customers,” says Nick Carnicelli, president of Carriage Gate.

THE BERKELEY

The Berkeley condominium in downtown Burlington is close to completion, with expected occupancy later this year. This building is geared to transitional buyers, who appreciate a luxurious, hotel-type environment.

To register for Gallery Condos+Lofts, visit gallerycondominiums.ca or carriagegatehomes.com


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RENO & DECOR - December/January 2019

RENO & DECOR – Dec/Jan2019

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RENO & DECOR – Dec/Jan2019

Launched in 1990, R&D is Canada’s Home Idea Book, inspiring readers with the latest decorating/renovating tips and trends.

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Trend Spotting at Maison et Objet

Trend spotting at Maison et Objet

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Trend spotting at Maison et Objet

At the Maison et Objet 2018 show this past September, you couldn’t help but feel design all around! The yearning to discover what the trends in home decor and interior design for this year’s Fall-Winter seasons were going to be was palpable. The most special thing to look for was the upholstery fabrics. Not only do they cover all the essential furniture products of a house, but they can be transformed into something brighter and more creative.

Decorative pillows, drapes, bedding…the list is endless, but whether we like it or not, trends follow us everywhere and we can’t totally escape it. However, the fun part of it is that you can always mix things up and create your own trends or even your own styles.

To better understand this environment, here are the Five trends spotted at the best European tradeshow:

Geometric patterned fabrics

Just like people’s attitudes, geometric shapes can also determinate character traits. The ones you choose for the projects in your favourite spaces will tell everyone a lot about you. Give some character to your spaces while still making them feel cozy and homey.

Bright coloured fabrics

Every home needs a splash of colour. Not only to warm up the room and for it to feel lived in, but also to transmit a very light and upbeat atmosphere. With different colourful fabrics, you won’t want to leave the house or the office.

Tropical patterned elements

It is always nice to have some elements that are nature inspired in your home decor whether it is on pillows, throws, drapes, rugs or even furniture. A tropical themed fabric collection is always a good choice as it has nature at the same time that they remind us of spring and summer days.

Peculiar shaped upholstery

Everyone wants their favourite space to have an eye-catching element that will blow everyone away. Why can’t it be a small armchair or a big wall-to-wall sofa? The most important thing is that it has a unique design different from what you are used to seeing.

Fabrics on the wall

Traditional interior design can be modern and chic there is no denying that. However, thinking outside of the box is the way to go to customize your personal preferences just like mismatched dining chairs at a dining table or a rug on the wall.

Maison et Objet has come and gone this year, but its trends will still be among us until next year’s edition in Paris, Jan. 18 to 22, 2019.

Courtesy of upholsteryfabrics.eu


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Remnant Warehouse

How to Save on Smaller Projects!

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How to Save on Smaller Projects!

How you can save money – and help the environment by reducing construction waste.

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Introducing a new program by Latitude Countertops for significant cost saving when renovating smaller surface projects like a small kitchen, island, fireplace or bathroom.

The Remnant Warehouse was born out of the countertop fabrication firm’s goal to reduce waste. The company created an online inventory with easily searchable remnant pieces of stone and quartz for small project needs.

Today, just more than a year later, the Remnant Warehouse (qrw.ca) boasts more than 2,000 pieces of popular quartz brands such as Caesarstone, Silestone and HanStone, as well as natural stone in all shapes and sizes. Hundreds more pieces are added each week.

What exactly is a remnant?

When a typical kitchen countertop is fabricated, it comes from a full slab of either quartz or natural stone ranging in size from 46 to 50 sq. ft. Since all of Latitude’s countertops are made to custom sizes and lengths, there are always leftover pieces of full slabs which can be used in other smaller projects. These remnants then become available for significantly discounted prices.

Searching the Remnant Warehouse is easy. You can search by colour name, size or brand name, and of course purchasing online is easy. You can also get estimates on fabrication projects using Latitude’s fast and easy Webquotes.

To register for designer and contractor pricing, visit qrw.ca

Features and benefits

The benefits of using qrw.ca include:

  • Saves money and helps environment
  • Fast and easy online searching and secure purchasing
  • Instant online project quoting for designer and contractor customers
  • Remnants are ideal for small surfaces such as vanity and island tops and galley kitchens, fireplace surrounds, table tops, furniture accents, shower walls and surrounds

416-638-8586 | 800-435-9083


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293 The Kingsway

293 The Kingsway: bringing modern luxury living to the Kingsway

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293 The Kingsway: bringing modern luxury living to the Kingsway

This fall, The Benvenuto Group will be launching one of the GTA’s most-anticipated condominium communities, bringing modern luxury living to the Kingsway

293 The Kingsway offers midrise condominium living where both privacy and prestige are beautifully addressed.

An exciting addition to this mature West End Toronto community, it provides residents the exclusivity of a gated community while being close to fine shops, restaurants and more. The building is accented with lush landscaping, central courtyards and inviting walkways.

Priced from $399,000, suites at 293 The Kingsway range in size from 494 to 1,505 square feet. Features include 9-foot ceilings on every floor, wide plank wood flooring, spa-inspired master ensuites, and kitchen finish selections by the award-winning Patton Design Studio.

293 Kingsway is also eco-friendly with green features including electric car charging stations, programmable thermostats, Energy Star appliances, energy efficient lighting, bike storage, motion sensor-activated lighting in common area corridors, and a tri-sorter for recycling.

Residents and their guests are welcomed into a stunning two-storey lobby, complete with concierge service, and a professionally appointed Business Centre. Building amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness studio, a private dining room with catering kitchen, a fireplace lounge, a pet spa, a games room and a guest suite.

Owners will also enjoy a beautifully landscaped rooftop terrace with sundeck and barbecue areas, connected to a spacious indoor lounge area for year-round relaxation.

With winding, tree-lined streets, quiet parks and grand residences, The Kingsway is one of the greenest neighbourhoods in Toronto. Walk or bike from home to nearby parks including the Lambton Wood Park and James Garden. The Humber River Recreational Trail is only minutes away and connects to Lake Ontario’s waterfront bike trails. Also nearby are quality public and private schools and golf courses.

Residents will enjoy quick and easy access to Highways 427, 401, and the 400. Additionally, the neighbourhood is served by both the Royal York and Old Mill subway stations, for quick access to downtown Toronto. A new integrated MiWay and GO Bus Terminal are also coming to the nearby Kipling Station, with convenient connections between the different GTA transit systems.

To register and learn more about this incredible new master-planned Kingsway community, visit the website.

293Kingsway.com


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RENO EXPERT: Figuring out Furnaces

Figuring out Furnaces: Understanding the key features for apples to apples comparisons

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Figuring out Furnaces: Understanding the key features for apples to apples comparisons

New units with all the bells and whistles are much more efficient than older models.

It’s Murphy’s Law that your furnace will conk out right when you need it most, in the coldest depths of winter. You wake up to a freezing home and start your day trying to find a technician who can come in ASAP, meaning you’re not really in the position to properly research what you need.

If you have a furnace that’s more than a decade old, replacing it should be somewhere in the back of your mind. Here’s an overview of the key features to look for when the time comes that you’re forced to buy a new one.

Illustration: bigstock.com
Illustration: bigstock.com

HIGH-EFFICIENCY UPGRADE

The key operating stat to look at when comparing furnaces is each unit’s annual fuel-utilization efficiency (AFUE) rating. This calculates how much of the fuel used is converted to heating energy, so the higher the number, the more efficient it is. The current Ontario Building Code requires a high-efficiency condensing furnace with a minimum 90 per cent AFUE. Today’s top-of-the-line furnaces have AFUE ratings of 98 per cent or higher.

If your furnace is a really old conventional model that vents up the chimney, you’ll have to replace it with a condensing unit. These models vent horizontally out the sidewalls, so you’ll need to run PVC vent pipes. You’ll also need to run a drain line for condensation to the sewer.

SIZE MATTERS

The heating output of a furnace is rated in British Thermal Units, or BTUs. Don’t just assume that you should replace your old furnace with the exact same size as your existing one. If your home has been extensively renovated with an addition or updated basement, you may actually want a larger unit to provide even heating throughout the home.

But new units with all the bells and whistles are much more efficient than older models. If you’ve upgraded your windows and doors, boosted the insulation in the attic, and made other energy efficiency improvements, a smaller model may be more appropriate as it will cycle on and off less frequently. An HVAC expert can calculate the requirements based on the size of your home.

MOTOR ON

The blower motor is, obviously enough, the component that pushes the heated air through your ductwork. Consider upgrading from a single-stage blower to a two-stage or electronically commutated motor (ECM for short). Single-stage blowers operate at full capacity all the time. Two-stage units operate primarily at the lower stage, only kicking in to the second one on the coldest days. They cost more upfront, put you’ll recoup that money in long-term savings on energy consumption.

SMARTER THERMOSTATS

Unless you have a really old mercury thermometer, odds are that by now you’ve upgraded to at least an early generation “setback” thermostat that enables you to program different temperature settings for different times of day. But the latest “smart” thermostats can do a lot more than that, including enabling you to remotely raise and lower the temperature from your phone. Many also allow you to save energy by creating heating zones with reduced temperatures in little used parts of the home. Models such as the Nest actually learn your habits and adjust things accordingly, and can also be tied in to home security cameras, smoke and CO detectors, and more.

RENO REBATE

If your furnace needs imminent replacement, Ontario’s hydro companies are offering rebates on furnace upgrades, including $250 for installing a model with a variable-speed ECM motor. The catch is that the work has to be completed by December 31, 2018. Visit SaveOnEnergy.ca for more details. Equipment manufacturers and natural gas suppliers often also offer rebates. A reputable HVAC technician will be able to tell you the offers available in your area.

DIY TO-DO LIST

An annual service inspection will ensure your furnace is operating at peak efficiency. But between visits from the pros, homeowners should replace the furnace filter at least as often as the manufacturer suggests. A clogged filter reduces airflow and causes the furnace to overwork. Homeowners with pets may need to be even more vigilant.

CAPTION: Photography courtesy of Margaret Mulligan

Jim Caruk, Renovation Editor

We look forward to hearing from you and welcome your feedback. Do you have a reno or decor question for our team of experts?

Email editorial@renoanddecor.com


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TAKE TWO: Moral Dilema

Moral dilemma: How do we separate the work from the person?

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Moral dilemma: How do we separate the work from the person?

by Bruce Kirkland

The #MeToo movement has already had a profound effect on society in general, and the entertainment industry in particular, especially in the United States.

This of course is a good thing, with the rules of engagement beginning to balance out in the Battle of the Sexes. The day of reckoning for perverts, deviants and sex criminals has become a year of vengeful justice, at least in the court of public opinion. Former film producer, Harvey Weinstein, is now a pariah who faces multiple charges. In September, comedian Bill Cosby was finally convicted of aggravated sexual assault and sentenced to prison after decades of eluding punishment. There are many other guilty parties, many of whom have had their careers, reputations and lives disrupted and/or destroyed.

The fact that #MeToo has done nothing to effect change in the White House, where an accused sex offender remains as U.S. president, is no reflection on the movement. Instead, it illustrates the insanity of American partisan politics.

But this column is not about politics – it’s about the entertainment industry. Getting Weinstein out of action and into court is a blessing. With dozens of accusers, and at least 13 women who allege that Weinstein raped them, this man should never be allowed to wield power and use it to abuse women. Nor should anyone else be so empowered, on any scale.

However, I’m struggling with an unfortunate side issue. How should I, or anyone else who supports the #MeToo Movement, deal with the cultural artifacts left behind? People I know, and respect, have struggled for years when watching actor/ director Woody Allen’s films, which include a clutch of American classics. Likewise, the often stunning work of actor/ director (and convicted sex offender) Roman Polanski is under scrutiny as he continues his career in exile. Polanski is about to shoot J’accuse, a truelife, 19th century drama about the Dreyfus affair – a miscarriage of justice.

Meanwhile, what do we do about our feelings towards the dozens of films produced by Harvey Weinstein since 1981? It’s easy to forget about his debut The Burning, a cheesy horror flick. It is difficult to deal with Pulp Fiction, The English Patient, Good Will Hunting, Shakespeare in Love, Gangs of New York, Cold Mountain, The Aviator, The King’s Speech, The Artist, Django Unchained, Lion and many, many more titles.

CAPTION: Harvey Weinstein

Can we free ourselves of guilt by ignoring Weinstein’s involvement, instead focusing on the writers, directors, actors and technicians who made the films? This is my choice, but I do not feel 100 per cent confident. Doubts remain. Did any of these filmmakers know of Weinstein’s behaviour during their productions? If some of them did know, did they choose to let it slide for personal gain?

Other films not involving Weinstein are easier to deal with directly. But the moral choices are still challenging. American Beauty is also an American classic. Yet it happens to star Kevin Spacey, who is under investigation for a series of alleged sexual assaults in the U.S. and Britain. Right now, and perhaps forever, I cannot look at Spacey’s face in American Beauty, in past episodes of the otherwise brilliant TV series House of Cards, or in anything else.

And the sad truth is that Spacey is not the only one who has already ruined the experience of watching great films or TV shows.

Bruce Kirkland‘s career spans more than four decades, working as a film critic for The Toronto Star, The Ottawa Journal and for 36 years at The Toronto Sun.

A life-long film buff, Bruce now shares his passion and insight with Active Life readers.

bruce.kirkland@hotmail.com


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57 Brock

57 Brock: In one of the coolest neighbourhoods

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57 Brock: In one of the coolest neighbourhoods

Block Development’s new seven-storey condo is in one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the centre of the Queen West action

Explore the bustling area of Queen St. West and you’ll quickly see why Vogue declared it one of the world’s coolest neighbourhoods. Artsy hotels, trendy boutiques, renowned restaurants, and all-hours entertainment dot the glorious streetscape where hipsters, globetrotters, and discerning shoppers flock. With homebuyers around the world clambering to live in this booming area, 57 Brock provides a rare opportunity to live luxuriously in the centre of the action.

Behind the robust seven-storey brownstone brick façade of 57 Brock, interiors steeped in sleek modernity welcome you home. Communal spaces offer an aspirational ambiance, while spacious suites are harmoniously composed to create a brilliant backdrop for hosting loved ones and making the most of your everyday. A portion of the site is designated as a public park, allowing residents and neighbours to mingle among fresh foliage.

Block Developments handpicked world-class architects and designers to articulate a vision of modern elegance. Thoughtfully crafted using environmentally responsible methods, the building features striking natural motifs such as brick, wood, and greenery inside and out. Combining the innovative functionality of contemporary design with traditional artisanal qualities, 57 Brock is your chance to live in a community as beautiful as the lifestyle you’ll enjoy.

The design of 57 Brock is informed by its surroundings, with a brick façade that fits in with neighbouring homes and an adjacent park that brings the community together. When you step foot inside, you are immediately greeted by a lobby gallery featuring commissioned artworks and a stunning sculptural reception desk. Common areas are designed with warm hues, stunning porcelain slabs, and painted brick, and decorated with felt upholstery, cognac leathers, and textured linen draperies.

Explore the well-appointed catering kitchen and dining room, party room, state-of-the-art fitness facility, and a convenient pet spa. Generous tiered outdoor amenity areas provide residents with space for barbecuing, dining, sunbathing, and lounging around the fire pit or in the shade of beautiful trees.

Homebuyers can choose from three distinct colour schemes, each carefully curated by renowned designer Tomas Pearce. Ranging from charming suites and penthouse abodes to spacious two-storey townhomes, explore an array of layouts designed to accommodate a variety of lifestyles.

Block Developments is a real estate investment and development firm with a mandate to provide homebuyers with beautifully designed and meticulously crafted homes in outstanding locations. Their guiding philosophy is to create dynamic urban revitalization with vibrant master-planned mixed-use communities offering sustainable green living and cutting-edge technology.

Featuring superior amenities and premium features and finishes, every suite is developed to the highest standards with the resident’s ultimate enjoyment in mind.

For further information on 57 Brock visit the website.

57brock.ca


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