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From alloys to metal and glass to non-porous and non-absorbent surfaces, choices of materials and design are precautionary measures for better infection control
Designers and developers foresee a greater turn towards health and wellness in the condo design of tomorrow.
There are many budget-friendly upgrades that can help make big visual impacts like refurbishing suite doors in a condo community.
Canada’s first all-female development team offers new visuals of Reina, a condo tower planned for Etobicoke.
With always evolving guidelines and pandemic uncertainty, building resilience in condo communities is more important than ever.
While many condos haven’t yet experienced the major effects of climate change, statistics and case studies foreshadow the impacts that could come.
When planning a concrete repair, develop a long-range master landscape plan that includes replacement trees that will have less impact over time.
Toronto’s “tech boom” will fuel the city’s condo market in 2019 (and beyond). This is according to a Condo Chick report which cites the city’s
The economic realities of development today have meant that suite sizes have had to shrink, and developers are creating amenity-laden buildings to compensate.
Draft guidelines designed to promote kid-friendly condos are poised for a two-year trial run after getting green-lit last week.
With automated doors on the upswing, an electrician explains how to successfully manage the installation of operators.
Downsizing baby boomers are driving year-over-year gains in luxury condo sales in Toronto and Vancouver, according to a report released yesterday.
A new generation of health-obsessed condo dwellers is driving innovation in condo fitness facilities and programming. Here's how buildings can get in shape.
Hamilton's historic Royal Connaught Hotel is being transformed into a luxury condo, which the developers hope will help revitalize the city's downtown.
TAS' upcoming mid-rise Toronto condo, Kingston & Co., aims to attract first-time buyers with sustainable design and homey amenities.
Ontario is looking at permitting wood-frame building construction up to six-storeys tall in its proposed building code changes.
This year's overarching theme will focus on clean vertical and horizontal lines, using shades of grey and touches of vibrant colour.