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King Blue Condos

In the epicentre of King West, priced from the mid 200’s, King Blue Condos depict the lifestyle & culture of true urban sophistication.

Sophistication for city dwellers along with the best of king west shopping, design and fashion. It’s all here at King Blue Condos.

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Get in the groove at concerts, clubs and the hottest lounges that flaunt an elite social scene frequented by A-list celebrities and players. Thriving in the hub of Toronto’s trendiest cafés, restaurants and markets, you are steps from the cities most sought after food, drink and tastes that define you. The boldness of sleek architecture combined with the rich history of the city defines culture with film, galleries, theatre, ballet, and festivals. Stay on top of your game with Toronto’s best as a team player, a pro or a patron. A metropolis of fun is just a hop, skip or jump away. Walk the talk. Live the good life. Parks, paths and plenty of places to get fit, get away, get outside and play.

King Blue Condominiums designed by Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects and will feature two residential / commercial hotel towers standing 48 storeys (North Tower)& 44 storeys (South Tower) and house 807 suites.

The suites, designed by Munge Leung, range from 400-square-foot studios to 1,100-square-foot three-bedroom units. Ten per cent of the units will be three-bedroom, family-sized suites, and 10 per cent will be barrier-free. Prices start in the mid $200,000s.

King Blue Condos will have two seven-storey podiums at its base. The north podium, at the corner of King and Blue Jays Way, will incorporate the north and west walls of the 1929 Westinghouse Building that currently sits on the site. There will be a rooftop bar on top of the north podium that will be open to the public.

On King Blue Condos’ sixth floor there will be a pool with doors that open onto an outdoor patio with a bar (for residents only).

King Blue Condos’ south podium, along Mercer St. – a brand new building to be clad in charcoal brick – will house the Theatre Museum of Canada on its entire second floor. The five floors above will be condos and there will be a 5,800-square-foot rooftop garden on the seventh floor.

King Blue Condominiums will boast 13,000 square feet of retail space at the ground level.

Summery

  • Location: 355 King St. W.
  • Developer: Easton’s Group of Hotels, Remington Group
  • Architect: Page + Steele IBI Group of Architects
  • Interior design: Munge Leung
  • Size: A 48-storey north tower and a 44-storey south tower
  • Units: 807
  • Price: From the mid $200,000s

Features & Finishes

IMPRESSIVE BUILDING AMENITIES

  • Grand Porte Cochere Courtyard for car and limo pick-up and drop-off
  • Private lobbies for each tower with elegant seating, ambient lighting and exquisite  wall inlay fireplace
  • 24/7 Private Concierge
  • ‘Urban Room’ Central Courtyard connects both towers
  • Guest Suites for residents’ overnight guests
  • On-site retail shops for residents’ convenience
  • The Theatre Museum of Canada with beautiful exhibits and displays on site

ENTICING ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES

ROOFTOP TERRACE

  • Rooftop Terrace featuring multiple private seating areas equipped with outdoor fire pits and bar for residents’ use
  • Central seating area features stunningly lit artistic metal arches that soar above a  beautiful water feature
  • Landscaping, trees and water features create a magical ambience

THE SOCIAL ZONE

  • Multi-function Party Room complete with bar, fireplace and kitchen
  • Multi-media Theatre Room

FOR BODY & SOUL

  • Seventh floor swimming Pool with adjacent access to outdoor deck
  • Separate male and female change rooms and showers
  • State of the art full Fitness Centre featuring the latest equipment
  • Weight training and cardio areas
  • Relaxing lounge area adjacent to Fitness Centre
  • Yoga Room

MAGNIFICENT SUITE FEATURES

  • Secure, solid core suite entry door with dead-bolt and guest viewer
  • Engineered oak hardwood floors throughout
  • Floor to ceiling windows with 4” aluminum mullions in living and dining areas offering panoramic views above the urban canopy
  • Rough in for wall mounted TVs
  • Suites feature a sleek, modern, urban design and complementary neutral colouring

GOURMET KITCHENS

  • Each suite features a gourmet kitchen with polished granite countertops and  kitchen island
  • Stainless steel and integrated*appliances and stainless kitchen sink
  • Laminate wood cabinetry and glass uppers
  • Tile backsplash and polished hardware

PRIVATE SPA BATHROOMS

  • Bathrooms feature laminate wood cabinetry with polished marble countertops and backsplash and top quality hardware
  • Master ensuite features honed marble tile throughout, including the shower and wall tile
  • Designer vanity mirror including light feature
  • Private locks on all bathroom doors

*Where applicable. Sizes & specifications subject to change without notice. E.&O.E.

LIMITED TIME OFFER

EXTENDED DEPOSIT STRUCTURE

PARKING DISCOUNT

FREE ASSIGNMENT FEE OF $5,000 VALUE

Plus

CAP DEVELOPMENT CHARGES & LEVIES
$3,500 for bachelors, 1 bedroom & 1 bed plus dens
$5,000 for 2 bedrooms plus

**Purchasers Incentive Program is for a limited time ONLY and expires on November 6, 2012 at 6pm. Programs and Incentives are subject to change without notice. E. & O.E. See Sales Representative for details. October 18th, 2012.

KING BLUE CONDOMINIUMS EXCLUSIVE VIP AGENT PREVIEW PRICE LIST

(Subject to availability)

All prices, figures and materials are preliminary and are subject to change without notice E. & O. E. Oct. 18, 2012
Last Updating October 19, 2012
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Housing starts will slow; resales of existing homes will remain steady in 2013

Construction of new homes in Canada was higher than expected in 2012, but is expected to slow in 2013 according to a forecast released today by the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation.

The CMHC’s fourth quarter 2012 outlook also noted that resales of existing homes should remain steady. This is expected to lead to house price growth that is roughly in step with or slightly below inflation.

Housing starts appeared to slow in September, but through a significant chunk of 2012 economists have been surprised by the number of starts. The high number has been attributed to the large number of condos being built.

“A weaker outlook for global economic conditions and the waning of the effect of pre-sales from late 2010 and early 2011, which contributed to support multi-family starts this year, will bring moderation in housing starts next year,” Mathieu Laberge, deputy chief economist at CMHC, explained in a press release.

“Nevertheless, employment growth and net migration will help support housing starts activity going forward.”

Here are a few more essential points from the CMHC’s quarterly report:

  • The CMHC forecasts that there will be 193,600 housing starts in 2013 and estimates that the 2012 number will total 213,700
  • The CMHC forecasts there will be 461,500 resales in 2013 and 457,400 by the year end of 2012
  • Total starts in 2013 are expected to decline as a result of lower multi-family starts
  • Resales are expected to rise due to employment growth and low interest rates
 

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The Upper Canada Condos

As Avenue Road stretches north, it approaches one of Toronto’s most prestigious and desirable neighbourhoods. It is here where a stunning new condominium residence is being created which offers truly exceptional value amidst the affluence which surrounds it.

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Developed by State Building Group and Madison Homes, The Upper Canada is an 18-storey condominium tower soon to rise at Avenue Road and Lonsdale Avenue, offering affordable elegance just steps from the stately mansions and tree-lined streets of one of Toronto’s most exclusive neighborhoods – Forest Hill.

Here one is mere minutes from the charming shops and cafes of Forest Hill Village, as well as the exclusive stores and restaurants Bloor/Yorkville.

Long one of the city’s most prestigious streets, Avenue Road will welcome the addition of The Upper Canada Condominium and its modern architecture, with a look reflecting the fresh design thinking of its development team and featuring a distinguished selection of suite designs that have been thoughtfully designed for the most discerning of purchasers.

Behind its sleek and contemporary façade of timeless precast, classic brick and expansive tinted glass, The Upper Canada Condominiums will comprise a total of only 93 exceptional suites. Spacious and practical in their design, suites will range in size from approximately 1,000 to 3,000 square at prices ranging from the $700,000’s to $2 million respectively.

Standard luxury features in the well-appointed suites include 9’ and 10’ ceilings, bright expansive windows, large designer kitchens and eating areas, premium built-in appliances, private ensuite retreats, and more. Moreover, each two-bedroom residence incorporates both a den and an oversized balcony or a highly sought-after terrace offering fabulous views of the city and the mature treetops of the surrounding neighbourhoods.

Just past the intricacy of the brick driveway and the richness of the front landscaping, residents and guests will enter The Upper Canada under a gracious glass-faceted canopy. With classic granite walls flanking either side of the stately entrance, a world of refinement awaits within.

Upon entering The Upper Canada Condominium, you and your guests will be greeted by a 24-hour concierge and a lobby that captures the exquisite design aesthetic of The Upper Canada. The focal point is the fireside seating area that is set under an elliptical coffered ceiling whose curved lines are echoed in the choice of both furnishings and artwork.

Just beyond the lobby, The Upper Canada provides all, the amenities one would expect from a residence of this extraordinary level of quality – an array of social, fitness and recreational facilities which contribute greatly to the appeal of its leisurely, maintenance-free lifestyle.

Imbued with the ambiance of a grand hotel, the party room and lounge are ideal for entertaining, with kitchen/dining facilities, and opening onto the lush greenery of a beautifully landscaped expansive private outdoor terrace. An inviting swimming pool evokes a spa-like atmosphere where one can enjoy a swim, relax on a chaise lounge chair, or bask in the soothing comfort of the hot tub. A professionally equipped exercise room welcomes residents for their daily workout while an elegantly furnished guest suite is available to accommodate their overnight guests.

Adding considerably to the advantages of its location at the gateway to Forest Hill, The Upper Canada Condos is also just minutes from Yonge Street – both the tony retail environs of Bloor-Yorkville and the trendy corner of Yonge and St. Clair – as well as offering easy access to the TTC and major highways.

The Upper Canada Condos’ design team has been augmented by the talents of award-winning architects EI Richmond, responsible for many of the GTA’s most desirable condominium addresses, along with respected interior design firm, Tomas Pearce Interior Design Consulting. Handling sales for the condominium residence is the renowned Sotheby’s International Realty.

State Building Group prides itself on offering some of Toronto’s finest developments, both in new single family homes and condominium. Recognized for its exceptional floor plan and space designs, as well as outstanding customer service, State Building Group has demonstrated its long standing commitment to satisfying the needs of the discerning home buyer for over 40 years.

It has done so consistently at projects ranging from the luxurious single family homes of The Bridlepath of Thornhill to the upscale condominiums of Hillside at Yonge and York Mills. Superior interiors, upgraded finishes and exceptionally well-proportioned room sizes are integral features of all State-built new homes and condominiums, and The Upper Canada Condos will continue to reflect this commitment.

With its coveted location, stunning design and superb value, The Upper Canada brings affordable elegance to Toronto’s most affluent of neighbourhoods.

Features & Finishes

The Upper Canada Condos is located steps from Toronto’s most prestigious Neighbourhood of FOREST HILL

THE UPPER CANADA SPECTACULAR ARCHITECTURAL FREATURES

  • A classic elegant 18 storey building.
  • Premier location at Avenue Road and Lonsdale Road close to transit, shopping, cafes, parks, nature and fitness trails, and the City’s major thoroughfares and highways.
  • Beautifully landscaped circular driveway with interlocking stone and gracious glass canopy.
  • Expansive double glazed windows throughout offering an abundance of natural light and panoramic views.
  • Spacious outdoor Balconies and Terraces.
  • Elegant finishing details in corridors and at suite entrance doorways.

THE UPPER CANADA’s STUNNING LOBBY

  • Grand Hotel-style lobby with central marble-clad fireplace, cornice mouldings, elegant furnishings and appointments.
  • 24/7 concierge station with separate secured storage area for owner’s deliveries.
  • Conveniently located mail room.

The UPPER CANADA’s BUILDING AMENITIES

  • Indoor swimming pool with hot tub.
  • Separate men’s and women’s change rooms with saunas. lockers, washrooms and showers.
  • Equipped fitness area with windows into the pool area.
  • Outdoor Terrace area fully landscaped area for dining and lounging located off the indoor Lounge and the indoor Pool area.
  • Private dining room with Caterer’s kitchen.
  • Party room/lounge area.
  • Conference room.
  • Furnished guest suite for overnight guests.
  • Visitor parking available underground.
  • Storage locker and bicycle storage underground available for purchase.

THE UPPER CANADA’s LUXURIOUS SUITE FEATURES

  • 9’0″ ceiling height on floors 2-14 and lO’O” ceiling height on floors 15-19.**
  • 8’0″ high solid core suite entrance door with lever hardware.
  • Designer selected pre-finished engineered 3″ wide hardwood flooring with cork underlay throughout (except tiled areas).
  • 5’A” contemporary-style baseboards with 3″ matching door-casings with backhand.
  • Plaster cornice moulding in foyer.
  • Architecturally designed, double-pane windows with operable awning window.
  • Smooth ceiling finish throughout suite.
  • 7’0″ interior door height with lever hardware.
  • All interior walls and trims to be painted off white.

TECHNICAL AND ELECTRICAL

Year round fan coil heating and cooling system.Individually controlled Programmable thermostats in each suite to allow residents to choose the temperature setting and schedule their own heating and cooling. Individual metering of in-suite electricity. Individual service panel with in-suite circuit breaker. White Decora style switches and receptacles throughout. Capped ceiling light outlet in dining room, kitchen, breakfast area, bedrooms and den. Cable TV outlets located in living room, bedrooms and den. Telephone outlets in kitchen, bedroom and den. Pot lights-one per 100 sq.ft. of suite area, located at owner’s direction (where permitted by structure, ducting. piping, obstructions and existing drop ceilings).

SAFETY AND SECURITY

  • Personally encoded suite intrusion alarm system.
  • Brightly painted and illuminated underground garage with sprinklers containing several strategically located cameras monitored by the front desk concierge and connected to a central digital recording device.
  • Emergency call stations strategically located on each parking level to enable two-way communication with the front desk concierge.
  • Concierge monitored two-way communication in selected key common areas.
  • Stand by generator to provide emergency lighting in common areas.
  • Each suite equipped with smoke and heat detector.
  • In-suite sprinkler system and hard-wired fire alarm speaker.
  • Electronic access control system for parking garage and amenity areas.
  • Partially glazed underground parking lobby entries.

THE UPPER CANADA’s KITCHEN FEATURES

  • Dcsigner-selcctcd kitchen cabinetry and hardware.
  • Designer-selected granite or engineered stone countcrtops with polished square edge.
  • Matching granite or engineered stone kitchen backsplash.
  • Cabinetry with extended height upper cabinets and under-cabinet valance lighting.
  • Double bowl stainless steel undermount sinks with pull out faucet.
  • ENERGY STAR® stainless steel refrigerator.

THE UPPER CANADA’s BATHROOM FEATURES

  • Designer-selected porcelain floor tiles.
  • Designer-selected porcelain shower wall tiles.
  • Designer-selected marble or engineered stone countertop with undermount sink(s).
  • Frameless glass shower enclosure as per plan.
  • Master ensuite with separate shower stall features white
  • acrylic soaker tub.
  • Separate shower stall with pot light as per plan.
  • Pressure-balanced temperature controlled shower faucet.
  • Full height and width vanity mirror.
  • Exhaust fan vented to exterior.
  • Rough-in for wall sconce and ceiling surface mounted
  • fixture.
  • Privacy lock on all bathroom doors.
* ALL SELECTIONS ARE FROM VENDORS STANDARD SAMPLES. FEATURES AND FINISHES VARY BY SUITE DESIGN AND PLAN.
** Height of ceiling may vary due to height of floor finishes and noise attenuation features. Some areas will have dropped ceilings or bulkheads to accommodate HVAC, mechanical, insulation and structural requirements and will result in lower ceiling heights.
Plans and specifications arc subject to change without notice. Builder may substitute materials provided such materials are of equal or better quality than the material provided in the plans and specifications. Purchaser shall only be entitled to make selections provided that the items are not already ordered or installed. Decorative upgrade items displayed in sales office or furnished model arc for display purposes only and arc not included in the purchase price. E. & O.E. July 18, 2012

BUILDING AND SUITE FEATURES

  • Premier location at Avenue Road and Lonsdale Road close to transit, shopping, cafes, parks, nature and fitness trails
  • Spectacular architectural features
  • Landscaped entrance with circular driveway and glass canopy
  • Elegant hotel-style lobby with marble-clad fireplace
  • 24-hour, 7-day-a-week concierge
  • Expansive windows offering panoramic views
  • 9’0″ ceiling height on floors 2-14 and 10’0″ ceiling on floors 15-19
  • 8’0″ high solid core entry door
  • Exceptional suite designs with superior finishes
  • Indoor swimming pool with hot tub
  • Professionally equipped fitness centre
  • Men’s and Women’s change facilities with saunas
  • Private dining room with caterer’s kitchen
  • Party room and lounge area
  • Beautifully landscaped outdoor terrace retreat
  • Conference room
  • Furnished guest suite height
  • Bicycle storage available underground
  • Visitor parking available underground

Prices, terms, specifications and floorplans subject to change without notice. Floor Area measured in accordance with Tarion Bulletin 22.
Note: Actual usable floor space may vary from the stated floor area.
* See condominium documents and sales representative for details and complete schedule of charges. Please see a Sales Representative for a full list of standard features as provided in Agreement of Purchase and Sale. Special offers may be withdrawn without notice. E. & 0. E. Brokers Protected.
Last Updating August 09, 2012
 

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No sharp dive in housing market says CIBC economist

According to a top CIBC economist, suggesting the anticipated housing decline will not be as sharp or as long as earlier projected because of immigration.

“It turns out fears of a long and sharp downturn in the housing market, are highly exaggerated and very premature,” said Benjamin Tal, deputy chief economist at CIBC. “In fact demographic forces will be supportive to real estate markets in the coming decade.”

Tal predicts immigration, which is responsible for most of the population growth, will be a major force impacting housing demand.

“What’s more, there is significant jump in the home ownership rate among immigrants as they pass the three-year mark,” said Tal. “In fact, after 10 years in Canada, the propensity among immigrants to own a house is higher than among native Canadians.”

While there will be a decline in the number of Canadians under the age of 25 and those between 45 and 54, those age groups account for a relatively small portion of home buyers, Tal writes in his latest Consumer Watch report.

By contrast, the number of Canadians between the ages of 25 and 35 – the age group that makes up the vast majority of first-time home buyers – will continue to rise, the report said.

“From a housing market perspective, what counts is not only the change in population of a given age group, but more importantly, the level of housing market activity among these groups,” said Tal. “In other words, the group that is most likely to buy a house will grow faster in the coming decade.” Source: Brokernews.ca

 
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Condo Prices Grow at Moderate Pace in Q2

Condo Prices Grow at Moderate Pace in Q2

July 18, 2012Greater Toronto REALTORS® reported 6,435 condominium apartment transactions during the second quarter of 2012 – down by 2.6 per cent compared to 6,609 transactions reported in the second quarter of 2011. New listings for condominium apartments were up substantially on a year-over-year basis, climbing by 19 per cent in comparison to 2011.

“The condominium apartment market has been the best-supplied market segment in the GTA this year. Many condominium projects have completed over the past year and this has resulted in a substantial increase in listings and ultimately more choice for buyers,” said Toronto Real Estate Board President Ann Hannah. “The greater degree of choice in the condo market translated into a moderate rate of price growth compared to what was experienced in the low-rise market segment.”

The average price for second quarter condominium apartment sales was $342,212, representing a 3.2 per cent increase over the same period in 2011.

“Sellers seemed to be well-aware of condo market conditions in the second quarter. On average, units were priced in line with buyer expectations, with apartments selling for 98 per cent of the asking price in less than a month’s time,” said Jason Mercer, TREB’s Senior Manager of Market Analysis. 6,435 6,609 Second Quarter 2012 Second Quarter 2011

 

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New Canadian Mortgage Rules

25 Year Amortization

One of the major changes announced today was the reduction in amortizations to a maximum of 25 years – a tightening measure that some are up in arms over. This is simply a return to Canada was just a few years ago, before the federal government stepped in to jump-start the real estate market with the introduction of 35 and 40 year amortizations. This particular rule change will help Canadians reduce mortgage interest charges over the term of their mortgage and also help you grow equity wealth faster.

Debt Servicing Ratios – Utility Costs and Condo Fees?

The Canadian government will also be reducing the maximum debt servicing ratios (what allows you to qualify for your mortgage) from 44% to 39%. In an effort to address the antiquated monthly estimates used for utility costs that have sky rocketed over the years, this is a prudent change. Having said this, I’m still puzzled to this day why only 50% of condo fees are used for qualifying calculations when the Federal Finance Minister is so deeply concerned about the Toronto condo market as he mentioned in his news conference this morning. This is a missed opportunity to deal with both misguided qualifying variables and the major concern prompting these changes.

Capping Mortgage Insurance

The capping of the maximum insured mortgage at $1,000,000 is long overdue. There was a time in the late 1990’s where the cap on insured mortgages in Toronto and Vancouver was $300,000!!! I was never sure why this cap was lifted by CMHC in the first place but I would hazard to guess that this was the beginning of the end of “the saver” in Canada. At the time, if you bought a home for $301,000, you would need $75,050 or 25% to get a mortgage. The lifting of the cap at the time allowed people to not only buy with just $15,000 but it also allowed homeowners to buy more house than they needed (you basically be purchasing on cash flow). Not only did this cause people to save less because they didn’t have to come up with a larger cash down payment but it also allowed them to build up more debt making your bank (NOT YOU) a whole lot richer. On this change, I think the government didn’t go far enough. Minister Flaherty could have gone further and taken a big step towards helping many Canadians find the lost art of saving, one that our parents knew so well.

Refinancing to 80%

As far as the last change announced today whereby the government has limited refinancing to only 80% of the value of your home from 85%, this actually is a move that preserves wealth for a homeowner. The government shouldn’t be in the refinancing business. The primary role of the Government of Canada (via CHMC) should be to put Canadians into homes and not enable homeowners to use their homes as ATM machines, which is exactly what the bank’s want you to do, because building up bad debt on lines of credit and credit cards makes your bank a lot of money!

These changes will have a positive impact on consumers and the market overall. They will create a more confident buyer – a buyer that is well prepared, motivated and able to afford their new home and return the home to a primary investment that can help Canadians create wealth vs. using it as a credit card that only contributes to your bank’s bottom line. (Source: Monster Mortgage)

If you have any questions or concerns about these changes please don’t hesitate to contact me.

 
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Posted by on June 21, 2012 in New Announcement, New Canadian Mortgage Rule, New Canadian Mortgage Rules

 

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CANARY DISTRICT CONDOS

Canary District Condos is a new condo and townhouse project by Waterfront Toronto and Dundee Kilmer Developments Limited currently under construction at Front St E & Cherry St in Toronto. The project is scheduled for completion in 2016. Available condos/townhouses start in the low $200,000’s. The project has a total of 369 units.With the inimitable legacy of the Pan Am Games, The Canary District Condos offer buyers a rare chance to own a piece of Toronto history. Conveniently located at Front St E and Cherry Streets, an easy walk to public transit and a short drive to the Gardiner Expressway and Don Valley Parkway, they provide the very first opportunity for buyers to opt in to the brand new Canary District neighbourhood.
 

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