Top Ten Toronto Condos for 2009Toronto Condos and Assignments presented by expert realtor Yossi Kaplan of Harvey Kalles Real Estate.
The Top Ten Toronto Condos for 2009
Casa Condos is an elegant building developed by Cresford Developments and designed by award winning Architects Alliance. Armani Casa the home designer�s company of world most famous Giorgio Armani designed the interior of the cond
Shangri-La by Westbank & Peterson Group is recognized as the most anticipated condo in Toronto. Shangri-La has been designed by award winning Young Wright Architects in collaboration with James KM Cheng Architect and Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg.
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Festival Tower Condos is developed by Daniels Corporation and being designed by well known Kirkor Architects. Festival Tower Condos is a modern style condominium residences atop Bell Festival Centre, the new home of the Toronto International Film Festival Group.
Festival Tower Condos is located at 330 King Street West between John St and and King Street West. The condo is a 42 floors and 458 units.
Trump Tower, is a great addition to our village of TO. It is designed by Zeidler Partnership, designers of Eaton Centre, Ontario Place, and owners of 401 Richmond and The Gladstone Hotel.
The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton is a 53-storey glass and limestone tower with 267 hotel rooms and 135 luxury residences, located downtown at 183 Wellington Street West, between Simcoe Street and John Street.
The tower will rise out of a five-level podium. Stories six to 20 will contain rooms and facilities for hotel guests.
U Condos is a downtown Toronto Condo development on Bay and Charles streets, developed by The Pemberton Group and designed by award winning Peter Clewes and Architects Alliance in association with The MBTW Group. U Condos will be a 2 building complex that will reflect the luxurious lifestyle of one of the most attractive area in Toronto.
With two towers hosting 345 condo units right at the heart of artists community Queen Street West, this project made a stir in the media reporting of local neighboorhood resident artists unhappy with the project's density and lack of public space made available to the community. Opening day saw club-like security guards at the gates who pulled the door open to hundreds of visitors flocking to the controversial site.
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550 Wellington Street West Condos and the Thompson Hotel, developed by Freed Developments Inc. located west of Portland Av. in Toronto�s fashionable King West District is the next hot spot in the city.