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“Trees of The Murano” at Murano

Artist Barbara Astman is deeply interested in the concept of marrying the natural world and urban environment in her work. Barbara’s intention was to animate the building of Murano Condominiums somehow and the idea of reflection of trees on windows became a starting point for her installation. Using silhouettes of winter trees against multi-coloured glass, the artwork changes with the time of day as light diffuses through it differently each time while maintaining an unobstructed view of the outside world.

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New boutique condo in Toronto’s Glen Park neighbourhood is designed with visitors in mind

The vibrant and family-centric Glen Park neighbourhood in Toronto has a lot going for it — schools, synagogues, restaurants, shopping, transit. But Mark Mandelbaum, chairman of Lanterra Developments and a...

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Lanterra’s Glenhill project to incorporate hotel into condo building

TORONTO — Lanterra Developments has released plans for the integration of Glenhill Hotel into its Glenhill Condominiums project in the Glen Park neighbourhood of northeast Toronto. The nine-storey luxury boutique building on Bathurst Street...

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Lanterra launches Natasha, keeps hectic GTA development pace

Lanterra Developments will launch sales of a 47-storey, 436-unit downtown Toronto condominium, Natasha The Residences, in September as it keeps up a steady pace of developments in the city. “I prefer towers...

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