Mazyar Mortazavi is the President and CEO of TAS, a Toronto-based condominium development company that’s taking sustainability and quality to a whole new level.
TAS has been trumpeting the lengths they are going to, to create a sustainable condominium building in Toronto’s Junction neighbourhood since launching DUKE Condos last year. It is encouraging to see a developer raise the bar beyond what the building requirements call for.
The principals of TAS are so fond of the community surrounding its latest condominium in the Junction, they not only dine and shop there, but sourced everything they could from local talents and trades to build the infill development.
We approach our projects with a lens on the city, engaging the local community to better understand their needs and their neighbourhood.
Count on the TAS team to pull out all the stops when making a big announcement. The Toronto-based developer has just revealed that their DUKE Condos project in the Junction is already 60 per cent sold and 100 per cent city approved. If that’s not enough to compel you to pack up and purchase, the developer has a little something else up its sleeve.
IDC’s Candice Green speaks to Mason Studio and Quadrangle Architects about DUKE Condos.
The project has proven to be quite popular; TAS has recently announced that DUKE is now 60 percent sold. If you are interested in this development, TAS notes that there is still a good selection of suites available.
DUKE condos wasn’t named for Price William, the Duke of Cambridge. Nor for any other royals, for that matter. Rather, the name comes from the site’s location of Dundas, a bloc east of Keele: The first two letters of each spell our Duke.
It’s very likely that you’ve read more than your fair share of 2013 in review lists by now, so we hope you can handle a few more before you’re done with the year for good.
2013 has been another busy year in the Toronto real estate market. With the ongoing debate over the stability of the condo market raging on, one thing remains true, economically and environmentally viable and sustainable housing must be built for our city to continue to grow and function.
If all goes as planned, the Perth/Dupont library will get a new and much larger home at the corner of Campbell Avenue and Dupont Street.
The Santa Claus Parade is a faint memory and the malls are so crowded, so where’s a good place in Toronto to catch a glimpse of old Saint Nick this holiday season? DUKE Condos has the answer for you. – See more at: http://oldsite.tasdesignbuild.com/news.php#sthash.7UrEQieW.dpuf