We are trailblazers. We’re proud of creating innovative, people-centric homes that become the city’s newest hot spots. We were first in King West, first in Kingston Road Village, first in The Junction and now we are bringing our unique approach to city shaping to Keele Street at Downsview Park.

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Based on the idea that a condominium building is a collection of individual homes stacked vertically – a neighbourhood connected by hallways instead of streets, TAS believes that condominium homes should extend beyond the four walls of each suite. We have designed The Keeley with extended living spaces throughout the building – spaces that will add comfort, convenience and connection to the people who will live here.

Of course the building has all the conventional recreational areas for working out and socializing – but it takes the idea of common spaces several leaps forward. There are special places for families with children. Private nooks for reading and reflecting. Indoor and outdoor areas for meeting, greeting, socializing and connecting. Thoughtful additions like a Dog and Bike Wash Room for hosing off muddy bikes, muddy boots or muddy dogs after a romp in the woods.

We are trailblazers. We’re proud of creating innovative, people-centric homes that become the city’s newest hot spots. We were first in King West, first in Kingston Road Village, first in The Junction and now we are bringing our unique approach to city shaping to Keele Street at Downsview Park.

Based on the idea that a condominium building is a collection of individual homes stacked vertically – a neighbourhood connected by hallways instead of streets, TAS believes that condominium homes should extend beyond the four walls of each suite. We have designed The Keeley with extended living spaces throughout the building – spaces that will add comfort, convenience and connection to the people who will live here.

Of course the building has all the conventional recreational areas for working out and socializing – but it takes the idea of common spaces several leaps forward. There are special places for families with children. Private nooks for reading and reflecting. Indoor and outdoor areas for meeting, greeting, socializing and connecting. Thoughtful additions like a Dog and Bike Wash Room for hosing off muddy bikes, muddy boots or muddy dogs after a romp in the woods.

Our Projects

Kingston & Co.

A true urban getaway, this Teeple-designed condo in the Upper Beaches neighbourhood features stylish & functional amenity areas, including a rooftop lounge and garden. Occupancy in Spring of 2018.

7 Labatt

Launching in 2019, this prime site at the corner of Labatt and River streets will offer high profile, iconic architecture, 600,000 sq. ft. of residential and substantial office and retail space.

DUKE

An award-winning 92-suite condominium with a double-height retail space on the main level, DUKE has been a catalyst in the revitalization of the Junction.

860 Richmond

This charming brick and beam century-old building is home to a handful of commercial tenants, including tech start-ups and family education services.

1655 Dupont

A vast brick heritage building with a unique location along the West Toronto Railpath. ‘The Planet’, as the building is known, holds 225,000 sq. ft. of self-storage and lively commercial space.

299 Campbell

TAS’s first purpose-built rental. Designed by Teeple Architects with 14-storeys, 235 suites and a new branch of the Toronto Public Library at ground level.

Dia

Featuring condominiums, lofts, townhomes and a courtyard, Dia was designed to revitalize the generic offering of multi-unit homes available in North York.

M5V

Conceived as Toronto’s first truly custom condominium, M5V set new precedents in sustainable design (LEED Gold) and contemporary luxury, helping to redefine King West.

ZED

Completed in 2005 at a time when the King West area still reflected a sleepy industrial heritage, ZED set a new standard for contemporary condo design.

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