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Toronto Star: The Junction is where purpose finds passion

The railroad lines that cut a pie-shaped wedge into a corner of west Toronto are at least partly responsible for the maddening tangle of sudden endings and inexplicable changes in street direction that define The Junction.

Good looking and well-designed midrise housing is being added to the current stock. At the corner of Annette and Medland Sts., there’s a respectfully converted church in which some units contain its original arches. At Keele and Dundas Sts., there’s the seven-storey Duke Condos, slated for occupancy in November 2015.

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Top Condo: DUKE Condos

DUKE Condos are truly one of a kind. The architecture of every unit is unique and incomparable. An excellent addition to The Junction. DUKE Condos were recognized for excellence at the annual BILD awards. The fabulous unique designs such us the live/work lofts really make DUKE Condos stand out from many other projects. DUKE really adds a modern flair to The Junction.

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Urban Toronto: TAS Launches Kingston&Co Condominiums With Dialogue

The continued housing boom has brought about tremendous change in Downtown Toronto, but suburban areas in North York, Etobicoke and Scarborough are seeing profound growth as well. In Scarborough, Kingston Road serves as a retail, cultural and pedestrian strip while also acting as a major vehicular artery. These are only some of the reasons why Kingston Road is set to see some major changes over the next few years; changes like Kingston&Co. Condominiums, a 10-storey Teeple Architects-designed condo development from TASMain and Main Developments and First Capital Realty. Just launched, Kingston&Co is coming to Kingston Road just east of Victoria Park Avenue.

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Yonge Street: New condo buys coffee for everyone in a 3-block radius

Developers are an odd breed. In order to succeed, they need to be able to handle the risk and stress that comes with borrowing and investing 8- and 9-figure sums, and conservative enough to ensure that every project caters to the widest possible audience. They have to be able to deal with the artistic sensibilities of architects, and the labour ethic of tradespeople. It’s a rare combination that attracts an odd mix of people, and no two are alike.

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Buzzbuzzhomes: B Lab names TAS one of the world’s top influencers in social and environmental impact

There’s more to TAS than its ambitious mixed-use communities and environmental focus—much more. The Toronto-based developer was recently placed on the “B Corp Best for the World” list, which recognizes influential companies for their impact on society and the business world.

To become an honouree, a company must meet the highest standard of performance, transparency and accountability in the workplace and actively offer a positive business outlook.

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Navut: Sustainable Neighbourhoods: Going Green

Environmental sustainability has become an increasingly central issue in North America. The trend of “going green” is everywhere we go as solutions for protecting the environment get more and more creative. It’s not just seen in the products we buy, but also in the homes, cities, and neighbourhoods we live in.

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