Despite its growing popularity, the neighbourhood has not seen a lot of development. TAS’s upcoming DUKE project, therefore, is and will be significant beyond its architectural and planning merits.
If you’re in the area, we highly recommend checking out Breathe Easy, a free, outdoor yoga session at the DUKE Condos build site (Dundas Street West and Indian Grove) on Sunday, September 29 at 11:00 am.
A new addition to the Junction neighbourhood, DUKE Condos was named for its Dundas (DU) and Keele (KE) location.
We have to hand it to Mason Studio, the firm tasked with designing the sales centre of DUKE Condos. The space’s warmth and distinctive aesthetic – think terrariums, subdued lighting, and vintage collections – fits the vibe of The Junction neighbourhood. The west Toronto area is known for its salvage shops, cafes, and arts scene and it’s easy to see how these neighbourhood features were integrated into the presentation space.
The buzz keeps building for The Junction, the west end neighbourhood that’s quickly becoming a great destination for eating out, sampling a new brew or just soaking up Toronto history. A new addition to the neighbourhood, DUKE Condos will be built to reflect the scale of the largely low-rise part of Toronto.
Through the SVX platform, TAS will be directly linked to investors who share a belief that they can receive lucrative investment returns while positively affecting social and environmental change.
TAS, a leading developer of innovative, mixed-use projects in emerging urban neighbourhoods, announces a new partnership with the Social Venture Exchange (SVX).
This past spring a rooftop garden was implemented on a building, donated by TAS to help feed those in need in Regent Park. The company’s philosophy is simple: contributing positively to our city.
Urban life is hectic, and often doesn’t leave us the time of the inclination to get to know our neighbourhoods. This series explores nascent moves to a more conscientious way of living, where people are seeking out and creating vibrant communities among the condos.
Meet TAS, a local Toronto property development firm that is working with various local community partners to better our fine city one market at a time. First run in with TAS was at the popular Junction Flea Market and most recently while visiting MEC for some camping gear, an unexpected “Farm The City” farm lot diretly located across the street.
This mini-oasis of flora is planted in a series of crates that look like they were made from reclaimed pallets. In conjunction with TAS — and in keeping with its commitment to the four pillars of sustainability — Fresh City Farms planted the farm lot as an initiative to alert people to the many potential locations for city farming.
If you’ve passed by King and Blue Jays Way recently, you may have noticed some planters sprouting greens in a makeshift garden. The project, recently opened on a development site at 369 King St. W., is a joint initiative from the adjacent Detox Market, local farm Fresh City Farms, and developer TAS.