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This article originally appeared on the cover of YP NextHome on July 17, 2017 YP Next Home | PDF  It’s not surprising that as the weather starts to heat up, the condo market continues its steady boil, with demand for condominium projects that offer transit-centric locations, luxurious designs...

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This article originally appeared on Urban Toronto on April 3 2017 Urban Toronto | PDF The construction of Toronto's Crosstown LRT is bringing sweeping transformation to Eglinton Avenue, as the imminent arrival of new rapid transit is spurring development and densification from Etobicoke to Scarborough. Aside from the explosion of...

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This article originally appeared in YP Next Home Condo Builders Annual on March 20 2017 YP Next Home | PDF When asked to offer some advice to homebuyers who find themselves priced out of this hot housing market, Brian Brown, vice-president of Lifetime Developments doesn’t mince words. “Don’t do it,”...

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This article originally appeared in Urban Toronto on February 28 2017 Urban Toronto | PDF The hoarding is down and the first residents have begun to populate Lifetime Developments' The Bond, a 42-storey, Core Architects-designed condominium tower in Toronto's increasingly dense and lively Entertainment District. With finishing touches taking shape throughout...

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This article originally appeared in The Toronto Star on February 11 2017 The Toronto Star | PDF While floor plans and amenities top the shopping list for condo buyers, each building has another unique calling card: the lobby. “Lobbies are very important when you live vertically,” says Jared Menkes, vice-president of...

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Smashed Ping Pong Tournament doubles the funds raised in 2014. Donned in their tennis whites, over 600 guests attended the Smashed Ping Pong Tournament held at Muzik Nightclub in October 2015 by Zancor Homes and Lifetime Developments. While only one person earned bragging rights and...

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A new development proposal has been submitted by Lifetime Developments to the City of Toronto asking for rezoning that would allow the construction of two new condominium towers at King and Dufferin, in an area where the rapidly growing Liberty Village community transitions in Parkdale....

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“We believe everything we do has a strong impact on the neighbourhood where we build, and it’s our responsibility as developers to work with the community to design something that will positively affect the neighbourhood and positively affect change in the neighbourhood,” says Brian Brown,...

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With the developers donating $5 for every Karma Condos registration, the initiative raised over $15,000 for three local charities: Wellspring, a network of community-based cancer support centres; Sketch, an organization that provides opportunities for homeless or at-risk youth to engage in the arts; and Ronald...

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