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Midtown Toronto development offers luxury with plenty of space

It’s often true that the bigger the condominium, the bigger the bargain per square foot. But that’s not the case for a coveted new collection of suites at a luxury midtown development by Camrost-Felcorp Inc. Unveiled at a preview event this week, the Foxbar Collection at...

Former Forest Hill church will become a condo courtyard

The century-old, one-time Deer Park United Church will be transformed a community gathering space and gateway into a new luxury development in Forest Hill by developer Camrost-Felcorp. Situated on St. Clair east of Avenue Road at Foxbar Road, a grey-blue metal and glass-clad tower will rise...

A gem of a neighbourhood, Forest Hill now in reach for first-time buyers

Forest Hill is among Toronto’s most desirable residential. With its quaint shops, chic restaurants, auspicious public and private schools, lush parks and natural ravines, living in this neighbourhood is a dream. But with its smallest homes priced well over a million dollars, for most first...

Blue Diamond condos set near the LRT in Toronto’s Forest Hill

Introducing Blue Diamond at Imperial Plaza condominiums in Forest Hill. The new residences at Avenue Rd. and St. Clair will feature a glass-and-metal-panel clad exterior with a contemporary two-level lobby.   Location and transit Set in this desirable midtown neighbourhood, the building is conveniently located along the St....

A brainstorm to raise the roof

Blue Diamond condo will see Deer Park United church transformed into open-air public courtyard Donald Schmitt wasn’t sure what to do with the old church. The esteemed architect and his team were brainstorming ideas: How to incorporate the decommissioned Deer Park United Church into plans for a...

This church conversion has form and function preserved

The world-wide vogue for architectural preservation has never stopped changing at any point in its long and fascinating history. Within the living memory of today’s pensioners, for example, only the mansions of our betters and the most august public monuments were popularly deemed worthy of...