The Uptown Residences | 35 Balmuto Street Toronto

The Uptown Residences | The Uptown Residences is inspired by movie theatre and the vaudeville house which once stood on this site, the 35 Balmuto Street building is art deco tower that pays tribute to the 1920s when this was a premier art and theatre destination attracting audiences from as far away as New York and Boston. 

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Murano Condos | 37 Grosvenor Street Toronto and 38 Grenville Street Toronto

Murano Condos | A two tower glass encased complex with 35 and 45 stories respectively, Murano is located on the east side of Bay Street between Grenville and Grosvenor. The intricate glass design portrays the artistry of the island of Murano. Barbara Astman, an internationally renowned artist, was commissioned to create the artwork which will be embedded within the podium curtain wall.

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Burano Condominiums | 832 Bay Street Toronto

Burano Condos | A 50-storey glass encased tower designed by internationally renowned architect, Peter Clews of Architects Alliance, Burano reflects the unique artistry of the island of Burano, famous for its vibrant colours and laced art forms. The building features a 4-storey glass atrium which will enclose a specially designed artwork by artist Sandro Martini of Milan.

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Lumiere Condos | 770 Bay Street Toronto

Lumiere Condos | Where College Street meets Bay Street... a new intersection has been created. This is where style meets intellect, where history reflects on the future. This is where enlightened living glows in the richness of design. This is Lumiere, a shining beacon of urban lifestyle in the nucleus of the city's business heart. Lumiere is where business and pleasure meet just moments from the centre of Canada's business hub. Lumiere is a steel and glass exclamation point in Toronto's continued leadership in architecture and design. Lumiere is enlightenment on Bay Street.

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Museum house | 206 Bloor Street w Toronto

Museum House | Quintessentially luxury. Live in a neighbourhood that others can only visit. Make your city residence Museum House, ideally situated on Bloor Street West at Avenue Road. This prestigious Bloor street property showcases a striking 19-storey, classic residential tower clad in rich limestone, metal and sparkling glass.

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Cinema Tower Condominiums | 21 Widmer Street Toronto

Cinema Tower Condos | If timeless film classics are a true reflection of life, then Cinema Tower represents the epitome of elegant living. A pure expression of luxury and cinematic sensibility in the heart of Canada's biggest metropolis, Cinema Tower is a celebration of downtown vibrancy, a condominium residence with an urban soul. Architecturally, Cinema Tower is a sleek and slender monument to clean lines and mathematical precision. A translucent skin of steel, glass and precast announces its shimmering presence as an iconic tower on Toronto's city skyline. In a neighbourhood graced with artistic landmarks, Cinema Tower is a destination in its own right. 

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Festival Tower Condominiums | 80 John Street Toronto

Festival Tower Condos | On the outside, the building soars from its limestone-clad base into a tower sheathed in clear and sandblasted glass—a symphony of the transparent and the translucent—and crowned by an illuminated glass top that will serve as a welcoming beacon, a lodestar to Festival Tower residents and visitors alike. But it is inside the building where Festival Tower’s “luxurious livability” becomes palpably apparent. And it begins, as it should, in the lobby.

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The Florian Residences | 88 Davenport Rd Toronto

The Florian | Trendsetting design and one of the finest locations in Toronto, in Upper Yorkville, make The Florian the premier condominium choice for people who are looking for an address of exclusivity. Set within lush gardens and minutes from first class amenities the residences of The Florian are without comparison.

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Theatre Park Condos | 224 King Street W Toronto

Theatre Park is a spectacular tower of 47 storeys sprouting from the historic Theatre District of Toronto's King Street West. The development features a 5200SF floor plate and once in a lifetime panoramic views from all sides and all floors. Anchored by a forecourt park complete with waterfall and divot pond, this sculptural art park will likely become the "go to" meeting place for the symphony and theatre patrons as well as an urban respite from the pace of city life.

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King Charlotte Condos | 11 Charlotte Street Toronto

11 Charlotte Street | King Charlotte's architecture is based on a series of designed boxes, all of different types and sizes. The boxes stack upon each other, and not necessarily in a fashion that one might initially imagine. The retail box protrudes from the podium box, the tower box appears to teeter and overhang the podium box, and the oversized rooftop amenity box actually does overhang the tower box. It is all very playful, yet incredibly clean and crisp.

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One St Thomas Residences | 1 St Thomas Street Toronto

This 29-story condominium building and its adjoining townhouses are located at the corner of St. Thomas Street and Charles Street, a block away from Bay Street, one of Toronto's primary retail and office corridors. The massing of the tower is subdivided into the traditional base, middle, and top that characterize classic highrise buildings. The three-storey stone tower base, which relates to the attached townhouses and to the scale of the lower neighboring residences, contains condominium-related amenities. 

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Charlie Condos | 8 Charlotte Street Toronto

Charlie condos are more than just a place. It's a vibe that defines the way you live. Fashionable. Elegant. Unique and undeniably sexy. You can feel it the second you walk through the door. Surrounded by irresistible design, deliciously rich details and extraordinary space that takes style to the next level. Call it love. Call it home. Call it, Charlie Condos. 

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ONE BLOOR | 1 BLOOR STREET E TORONTO

One Bloor Condos | At its core, One Bloor is a simple, contemporary high rise building with the aesthetic and purity of modernism. Then, One Bloor condos was sculpted. The purpose of this building was not to overwhelm the intersection so it was conceived to be a transparent envelope at street level. 

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