TAS

TAS is a developer of mixed use buildings, and they are driven to elevate the urban experience. They are committed to positively impacting the GTA. They see themselves as city builders, and this means that they are in a position to positively contribute to the city, and they take this responsibility very seriously. They strive to build connected communities because they believe that connectedness leads to more beautiful and resilient cities.

They have various principles that guide them in this endeavour. One of the most influential of these guides is the 4 Pillars of Sustainability – these are tenets that help them build sustainable and environmentally friendly projects with LEED Gold Certified. Also, they are committed to create more affordable housing in the City of Toronto.

Recent projects

M5V Condominiums
These condos rise out of the Entertainment District – one of Toronto’s most vibrant and exciting neighbourhoods. This award winning development features contemporary design, and is making tremendous steps for sustainability as it is one of the only projects in downtown Toronto that is registered for LEED status. The condos feature exposed concrete ceilings, granite countertops, European stainless steel appliances including a gas range, and custom Scavolini kitchens. These condos were completed in 2011, and they are located at 375 King Street West.

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  • Size Range: 445 - 1537 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 8
  • Units: 92

DUKE Condos (named for its position at Dundas and Keele Streets) is one of Toronto's first contemporary additions to the Junction. It diversifies, intensifies, and reignites the Junction. Duke is an eye-catching 8-storey low-rise condominium located at 2803 Dundas Street West in Toronto. The construction was finished in 2017. DUKE, designed by TAS and built by BDP Quadrangle Architects, is a bold gesture that introduces a modern sensibility to the vintage neighborhood while respecting and complementing the existing cityscape. The 'eroded' white brick façade of the buildings along Dundas Street West generates contextual datum lines that address the varied heights and proportions of the neighboring structures while also anticipating connections with future ones.

Highlights

  • Has a walkscore of 98/100 which means walkable EVERYWHERE
  • 20 - minutes walk from Keele Station on Bloor- Danforth Line
  • Close commute to Downtown Toronto
  • Easy access to HWY 403, HWY 427 & HWY 401
  • Surround by shops, restaurants, schools and hospitals
  • Nearby parks include Baird Park, Carlton Park, and High Park

Neighborhood

It is literally called for its position on Dundas Street West (DU) and Keele Street (KE), and it adds modern design to a historic and lively area. Every corner, every store, and every restaurant in the Junction exudes a strong feeling of community, and Duke was deliberately built to match this particular local environment. The Junction, which is now a centre for alternative culture and homegrown businesses, has experienced a significant transition in recent years and has now reached the venerable stage when gleaming new condos will soon grace its streets.

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Shopping and Dining

What about talking about food? There are several cafés and restaurants to select from! You may dine at Luna Junction, Roux, and many more restaurants. Wonderful time with family and friends!

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Education

Another reason this location is appealing, particularly to families and children, is the abundance of schools in the neighborhood. Lucy McCormick Senior School, High Park Alternative Junior School, and The Great Lakes College of Toronto are all neighboring schools.

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Outdoor

Furthermore, for families who enjoy outdoor activities, the town is close to a number of excellent parks and leisure facilities, including Baird Park, Carlton Park, and High Park. All of which include beautiful green areas and playgrounds for kids and the young at heart.

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Transportation

The Duke Condos has a perfect Walk Score of 98, making it simple for residents to do errands on foot!

The development has a good public transit system. Despite the fact that there are only two local rail stations (Bloor Go and Unionville GO), there are at least six bus stops within walking distance. If you prefer to go by car, the 404 and 407 Highways can readily take you to your preferred location.

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Amenities

Duke Condos Toronto is an 8-storey building featuring 92 one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom, and two-bedroom with den condo units. Duke Condos have square footage ranging from 450 to over 1600 square feet.

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BDP Quadrangle Architects created this modern low-rise structure with articulated brick façades. Residents will also have access to high-end amenities that mirror the building's sophisticated furnishings.

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Terraces with uninterrupted views to the south. Unique live/work laneway lofts, two-story 'through apartments,' and wrap-around patios. It also has substantial ground level retail, beautiful cantilevered living areas, and a wide range of apartments, including artist-centric live/work lofts and some very unusual penthouse floor designs.

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Developers

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TAS is a developer of mixed use buildings, and they are driven to elevate the urban experience. They are committed to positively impacting the GTA. They see themselves as city builders, and this means that they are in a position to positively contribute to the city, and they take this responsibility very seriously. They strive to build connected communities because they believe that connectedness leads to more beautiful and resilient cities.

 


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  • Size Range: 400 - 1665 Sq. Ft.
  • Stories: 34
  • Units: 305

A modern high rise structure that combines sophisticated urban living with chic styles, M5V Condo offers a prestigious and urban lifestyle. Located in the Entertainment District, everything you need is nearby! This amazing condo also proves its outstanding sustainability having achieved LEED Gold Status, making it an example of green living in an urban space. It was also the winner of the 2007 Greater Toronto Home Builders’ Association for best architectural design, best community, best sales office and best suite design.

With all these being said, the M5V is undeniably one of the best condo options in downtown Toronto. Living here also means prime location and easy access to the best of Entertainment District and the Toronto Downtown. You will not regret living here!

Highlights

  • With a perfect Transit score of 100 and a near perfect walk score of 98, M5V is a great starting point for commuting around the city
  • Living directly on King West means a streetcar stop is always just steps away
  • 10-minute walk to quality coffee at Dark Horse
  • Few minutes away from schools including Discovering Minds Montessori, Ogden Junior Public School and Ryerson Community School
  • Those with pets might be frequent at Clarence Square Park
  • Those who are looking to play some sports can split their time between the much larger Coronation and Trinity Bellwoods Parks

Neighborhood

Nestled in the Entertainment District; a neighbourhood that blends old and new with its mosaic of newly constructed office and condominium towers and reconstructed historic manufacturing warehouses, office lofts and artists’ studios. MV5 is Located around Spadina Ave and University Ave, this part of Toronto is one of the most urban neighbourhoods. It is a center of cultural attractions and nightlife. The most popular theatres are here, such as Princess of Wales Theatre. This area is a host of The Toronto International Film Festival happening every September.

Shopping and Dining

Foodie will always have a place to dine in within the area. M5V residents can choose from a variety of restaurants, such as Victor Restaurant, whose executive chef David Chrystian was a competitor on Top Chef Canada, grabbing a burger at Grindhouse Burger Bar, or trying a gourmet burrito at Z Teca. You can also try the popular Belly Buster Submarines, coffee at the Aroma Espresso Bar, bars like the Bar Hop, groceries at Noah’s Natural Foods, parks like Clarence Square, and a number of shopping opportunities boutiques, retail spaces, and smaller businesses.

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Education

Another reason this area is so attractive, especially to families and students, is many schools in the area. The condo is located nearby. You can check out Discovering Minds Montessori, Ogden Junior Public School. City School or Ryerson Community School.

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Outdoor

More free time, more fun! M5V residents can take in a film at the TIFF Lightbox or, for a night on the town, residents can check out Crush Wine Bar, or the lounge at Bloke & 4th. Indeed, M5V is close to all the essentials. It even has the bonus of quality coffee at Dark Horse, a 10 minute walk from the condo. You can also get some fresh air at a number of green spaces that surround the building. Those with pets might frequent Clarence Square Park — specifically its off-leash dog area — while those looking to play some sports can split their time between the much larger Coronation and Trinity Bellwoods Parks. Additionally, residents can walk over to Roy Thompson Hall, home to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. Other options include watching comedy shows at the Second City’s Toronto outpost, or taking in a play at the Princess of Wales or Royal Alexandra Theatre.

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Transportation

With a perfect Transit score of 100 and a near perfect walk score of 98, M5V is a great starting point for commuting around the city. Living directly on King West means a streetcar stop is always just steps away. If you are heading east on the King streetca, you can also transfer onto the subway at both St. Andrew and King Stations in order to ride north and south to their destinations. With Spadina Avenue just a block to the west, residents of M5V can also hop onto a streetcar that will carry them south to Lake Ontario or north to Spadina Station, on the Bloor-Danforth line.

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Drivers can also use King and Spadina to travel around downtown Toronto, although those heading out on longer journeys will want to transfer onto a highway as soon as possible. Residents can use Spadina to merge onto the Gardiner Expressway, which offers connections onto the 427 and the Don Valley Parkway, to the west and east respectively.

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Amenities

TANU Condos will be 34-storeys tall with 305 mixed units. Units range from about 400 square feet to about 1,665 square feet.

M5V offers many luxurious and convenient amenities including a gym, yoga and Pilates studio, games room, BBQ area and rooftop sun deck and garden, all at the gateway to Toronto’s liveliest nightlife stretch.

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Additionally, they also have Al Fresco Dining Area, exterior terrace and sun deck if you just want to have a relaxing view of the city. Not to mention their beautiful courtyard.

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Developers

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Lifetime Development’s remarkable portfolio of projects range from innovative condo developments to hotels, where their team continuously delivers unprecedented style, function, and amenities. They are consistently demonstrating the vision of identifying key locations assured for growth and influencing the evolution of dynamic urban communities. Lifetime remains at the lead of Toronto’s real estate and development sector.

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  • Size Range: TBA
  • Stories: 12
  • Units: 157

880 Eastern Avenue Condos has sparked renewed interest and pride in Leslieville, specifically among the residents of this peaceful east end community. Leslieville’s cozy homes, quaint shops, and tree-lined streets seem remarkably serene and quiet, given its close proximity to downtown Toronto.

Leslieville is well served by the public transportation. Buses and streetcar are just steps from the condo to stay connect with Tornoto’s downtown in just 10-minutes. Leslieville’s main shopping district runs along historic Queen Street, and it is comprised of independently operated stores that cater to the individual needs of the local residents.

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Located in the Beaches neighbourhood in Toronto

Located in the Heart of Leslieville

3-minute walk to the Queen St East at Alton Ave Stop

Close to shops, restaurants and schools

12-minute commute to Downtown Toronto

Nearby parks include The Ashbridge Estate, Jonathon Ashbridge Park and Leslie Grove Park

880 Eastern is located at 880 Eastern Avenue in the Beaches neighbourhood in Toronto. Major intersection of Queen Street East and Knox Avenue. Along the Leslieville offers up plenty of unique dining options, local cafes, bars, boutique shops, and entertainment options. Also, the condo is lies within close reach of Little India, The Beaches, and a local movie complex a block away.

Transportation

The development has a good transportation network. Residents are easily access bus routes and streetcar just few steps away. Allowing riders to arrive Union Station in downtown Toronto in just in 13-minute. In addition, the condo has easy access to Gardiner Expressway to stay connect with other cities in Ontario - Etobicoke, Oakville, Hamilton, Scarborough and the norther GTA.

Education

Another reason this area is so attractive, especially to families and students, is many schools in the area. The condo is located at nearby many public schools and private schools such as Morse Street Junior Public School, St. Patrick Catholic School and Orde Street Junior Public School are just easily accessible.

Outdoor 

In addition, for families love outdoor activities, the condo is located at nearby abundance of beautiful parks and recreation facilities. Within walking distance to Woodbine Beach, where is a very popular destination within Toronto because of its lush green spaces, beautiful parks, fresh beaches, walking trails, lake views, and unique shopping opportunities to explore.

880 Eastern will be a 12 storey tower with 157 mixed condo units. Units has one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom layout for selection. The condo features retail space on the ground level and two-level underground parking with 120 vehicle spaces and 181 bicycle spaces.

TAS is a developer of mixed use buildings, and they are driven to elevate the urban experience. They are committed to positively impacting the GTA. They see themselves as city builders, and this means that they are in a position to positively contribute to the city, and they take this responsibility very seriously. They strive to build connected communities because they believe that connectedness leads to more beautiful and resilient cities.

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  • Size Range: TBA
  • Stories: 14 & 30
  • Units: 665

385 The West Mall Condos is a multi-generational living with a focus on wellness in the Etobicoke West Mall neighbourhood . This project presents an opportunity to re-imagine how purpose-built rental, for-sale condominiums and community-focused commercial space can all be integrated on one large suburban site.

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Located in the Etobicoke West Mall neighbourhood

Walking distance to Etobicoke Civic Centre

4-minute away from the Cloverdale Mall

6-minute drive to the Cf Sherway Gardens Shopping Centre

7-minute drive to the Kipling GO Station and Kipling Subway Station

12-minute drive to Humber College – Lakeshore Campus

Close access to the Highway 427 and 401

Surround by shops, restaurants and schools

Nearby parks include Bloordale Park, East Mall Park and West Mall Park

This West Mall Condos is located at the 385 The West Mall in Etobicoke. The major intersection is The West Mall and Burnhamthorpe Road. Steps from the town are many restaurants and cafes, including Tim Hortons and Starbucks. Also, residents will find plenty of restaurants, shops, service and entertainment options in the Sherway Gardens, Kipling-Queensway Mall, and East Mall Industrial CT. These shopping malls are just less than 10-minute drive away from the town. 

Transportation

A good transportation network is also a given at this location. Residents are easily access bus routes just few steps away. Within 7-minute drive from Kipling GO Station and Subway Station, allowing riders to arrive Union Station in downtown Toronto in just in 35-minute. Islington Subway Station is another transit station close by.  Also, the location is connecting to Highway 427 and Highway 401, residents who drive can stay connect to downtown Toronto and major employment hubs in less than 20-minute. Furthermore, for frequent traveler, Pearson International Airport is just 7-minute drive away from the town.

Education

Another reason this area is so attractive, especially to families and students, is many schools in the area. 385 The West Mall Condos is located at nearby many public schools and private schools such as Mill Valley Junior School, Bloorlea Middle School and Michael Power High School are just easily accessible.  For post-secondary education, Humber College-Lakeshore Campus is just within 12-mintue drive from the town.

Outdoor

In addition, for families love outdoor activities, the location of this condo is at nearby abundance of beautiful parks and recreation facilities such as the East Mall Park, Bloordale Park, West Mall Park the Toronto Golf Club and St. George’s Golf and Country Club.

In the Etobicoke, this project will consist of two towers of 14 and 30 storeys with a total of 665 mixed condo units. The two buildings will share a podium that forms a C-shape. Units will be a mix of one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom layout. The development will feature a three-level underground parking with 742 vehicle parking spaces and 584 bicycle spaces.

The new high rise will feature a terraced outdoor courtyard space with landscaping. The building will feature 33,701 square feet of retail space on the ground-level. Also, the condo is planned for 14,700 square feet of indoor amenity space and 19,200 square feet of outdoor amenity space.

TAS is a developer of mixed use buildings, and they are driven to elevate the urban experience. They are committed to positively impacting the GTA. They see themselves as city builders, and this means that they are in a position to positively contribute to the city, and they take this responsibility very seriously. They strive to build connected communities because they believe that connectedness leads to more beautiful and resilient cities.

Walk Score - 58

Somewhat Walkable

Transit Score - 63

Good Transit

Bike Score - 55

Bikeable


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