Over 700 families have already made Vaughan Valley Estates their home, and now, Arista Homes and Fieldgate Homes have unveiled the third and final stage of the Woodbridge project. The new, upscale collection of 41’, 50’, 60’ and 80’ wide lots. The executive style homes are spacious with high quality finishes.
A Karl Fischer-designed, 171-unit apartment building is coming to a huge development site in Brooklyn’s Borough Park. The 1.52-acre lot at 886 Dahill Road was put on the market by Wydra Enterprises in July 2012 with an asking price of $33 million, Crain’s reported. Now, it looks like Wydra is developing the property itself, according to a Department of Buildings permit filed in February. The mixed-use building will be ten stories tall.
We’re making major bedroom eyes at Macklowe Properties‘ 737 Park Avenue, which just released new interior shots. Handel Architects and Moed de Armas & Shannon revamped the 1940 building, which is located at the northeast corner of 71st Street. Pricing at the 20-story, 60-unit condo project starts at $3.825 million for a 1,330-square-foot one-bedroom. The most expensive unit on the market is a $16.5 million three-bedroom measuring 4,758 square feet.
Alright Quebecers, it’s time to find out which new developments are looking red hot this spring in your home province. We rounded up the ten most popular Quebec projects on BuzzBuzzHome during the month of April. Which project will hold the auspicious title of “hottest in the province”? Scroll down and find out… 10. Roccabella Condominiums by MC Finance
There was a great turnout at Harmony Condos’ public opening in Central Richmond last weekend. Developer Townline has made it easy for people to get excited about the project, offering homes in a calm and quite area that’s still just minutes from urban amenities like the Canada Line, Richmond Centre, Minoru Park Sports Complex, Garden City Community Park, and a number of neighbourhood schools. And the buying incentives being offered at Harmony are nothing to scoff at either. Right now, purchasers … Read More
Like the spring, homebuying season is in full-swing — as evidenced by the amount of people visiting BuzzBuzzHome. To mark the occasion, we’re looking back at the 10 most-viewed developments on our site during the month of April. Here they are in ascending order: 10. Meccanica by Cressey
This week we unveiled our latest infographic: How much condo can you buy with $380,000?. The breakdown of five major Canadian markets is intel that any savvy home hunter will want to arm themselves with before heading out to one of this weekend’s real estate events. Alberta Vantage on Evansridge by CalBridge Group: Grand Opening, Saturday, 12pm, 715 Evanston Dr. NW, Calgary
Luxury lighting is going woodsy. Twigs, branches and bark are cropping up in fancy lighting fixtures, with the most popular leafy material snapped from hickory, maple and beech trees, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Tridel, one of Canada’s leading developers, scooped up numerous awards at the 2013 Building Industry and Land Development Association Awards, including the night’s most prestigious accolade, the Home Builder of the Year Award. Each year BILD presents the award to a developer that is recognized as a leader in the building industry. The developer must show dedication to quality, promote outstanding customer service, as well as have a long standing commitment to green building, while making contributions to the community.
The modern design envisioned by the team behind Triumph makes for a strong case that there’s an aesthetic renaissance beginning in Whitby. Although the Highmark Homes project is still in its registration phase, the contemporary interior finishes and modern exterior that has been hinted at thus far indicates that Triumph will be unique in Whitby.