Situated in the heart of Toronto’s Entertainment District, just steps to the John Street Cultural Corridor, The Bond Condominiums is Lifetime Developments’ newest community, coming this fall to the corner of Adelaide St. W. and John St. This iconic address offers connectivitiy to the city’s celebrated cultural, fashion and sporting landmarks, as well as many of Toronto’s best and most popular restaurants. Continue reading
In a city where condo is quickly becoming king, the luxury category is clearly the crown jewel. With high-profile projects the likes of Trump, Shangri-La and Four Seasons, at premium locations such as Bay and Adelaide, Yorkville and Forest Hill, there’s no doubt this growing sector is enjoying star status at centre stage. Continue reading
Toronto’s Entertainment District is undergoing yet another exciting transformation and is poised to become the city’s premier place to live, work and play. This isn’t the first time the area has shed its former identity – zoning regulations in the once-sleepy warehouse district were loosened in the 1990s, which allowed for the creation of what was to become one of North America’s most dynamic centres of nightlife. Continue reading
One of Canada’s respected real estate firms, multi-award-winning Lifetime Developments has been building and developing an exceptional portfolio of residential and commercial properties across the Greater Toronto Area over 30 years. Continue reading
Toronto is attracting keen interest from well-heeled international buyers, say developers, and there can be no greater vote of confidence than the fact that someone just plunked down a record $28 million to live in Canada’s largest city. Continue reading
It’s only a construction site at the moment, but when a mystery foreign buyer takes possession of the 55th floor of a downtown Toronto condominium in the summer of 2012, it will be for $28-million, the most expensive penthouse in Canadian history.
That it sold quickly came as a surprise even to the developers of the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences project.
The Four Seasons sale impressed even the most seasoned market watchers, although it is associated with one of the most luxurious hotel chains in the world. Isadore Sharp founded the company in Toronto in 1960, and expanded it into a global icon renowned for its customer service with more than 84 hotels in 34 countries. Continue reading