Posted by Roman Bondarchuck on Thu, 08/11/2011 - 9:40pm
Click on the image below to view CondoShow TV's invterview with Brad Lamb of Lamb Development Corp.
N5R, an award winning marketing and advertising consulting firm is proud to announce a new client, Theatre Park. Theatre Park is a new condominium project set to be complete in winter of 2013 at 224 King Street West, in the vibrant core of downtown Toronto.
Designed by world famous Brad Lamb Developments and Peter Clewes of architectsAlliance, the 47-storey contemporary glass tower is to be a future landmark in the Toronto skyline. The dramatic structure utilizes a combination of expansive glass windows with steel lattice siding to create an avant-garde residence harmonized with the historic neighbourhood where it is located. N5R.com is excited to have the opportunity to work on such an appealing project.
In the epicenter of downtown, Theatre Park is situated within a cultural mecca that features countless shops, restaurants and entertainment venues including the Royal Alexandra and the Princess of Wales theatre. The new condominium aims to rejuvenate and satisfy the city.
Each suite at Theatre Park incorporates designer finishes and outstanding amenities to accommodate a lifestyle of comfort. A 24-hour concierge, five star restaurant, fully equipped fitness facility and rooftop pool with lounge area are only few of the features that the Toronto condominium has to offer. Theatre park offers affordable living at its finest.
With an international portfolio spanning the automotive, residential real estate, hotels and resorts, computer software and pharmaceutical industries, N5R is a leader and innovator in the marketing and advertising industry.
Click HERE to learn more about Theatre Park or to book a consultation.
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Alternatives to driving include bus, train or even air. For traveling by bus, you have the option of the Northlander Bus Service or Hammond Transport. The Northlander also has a train that you can take that leaves Toronto around 9am Sunday to Friday and arrives in Bracebridge at about 11:30 am.
You can also fly directly into the heart of the region! is an official Canada Customs Port of Entry, offers aircraft maintenance and parking and can arrange sightseeing flights and flying lessons.
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Posted by Roman Bondarchuck on Fri, 05/20/2011 - 10:00am
On Sunday May 15th, hundreds of Canadians gathered at the Four Seasons hotel in Toronto for a successful exclusive launch of Hacienda Matapalo!
About Costa Rica
Costa Rica is natures playground, the most bio-diverse country in the world. Withunbelievable tropical climate, immaculate beaches and the factis
Los Lagos Villa- Condominiums is located near the town of Matapalo on Costa Ricasmajestic South Pacific Coast. If adventure is what you seek, you will soon see why the expression "Nature's Playground specifically applies to this area. Surfing, white-waterrafting, sport fishing, mountain biking, scuba diving, rappelling and treetop zip lining arejust some of the daily activities here.
Costa Rica has attracted many foreigners to take up residence within its borders. There are currently over 100,000 Americans living in Costa Rica and roughly 25,000 Canadians.The trend can be attributed to Costa Rica's world class medial system, education system, democratic republic, affordable real estate, climate and economy. Lets not forget that the property taxes and costs associated with purchasing property in Costa Rica are less than the ones found in North America. In 2010, the average propertytax in Costa Rica was just a quarter of a percent (0.25%) of the property value.
All of the factors listed above, in conjunction with the fact that Costa Rica offers equal rights to foreigners as its own citizens with regards to owning property, make Costa Rica and Hacienda Matapalo in particular, an opportunity that cant be missed
For more information about Hacienda Matapalo, connect with a Canadian Costa Rica Real Estate Specialist:Click Here
Posted by Roman Bondarchuck on Mon, 04/25/2011 - 6:29pm
"More than just great coffee and white sandy beaches, Costa Rica is attracting a new type of investor, but theyll have to go by way of The Four Seasons first".
TORONTO (April 18th 2011) Together with multinational real estate communications agency N5R, luxury developers Hacienda Matapalo (Costa Rica) are celebrating their Canadian launch at the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Toronto on May 15th.
The launch event takes place at The Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Toronto on Sunday May the 15th, from 1pm to 3pm, and will include a diverse panel of industry leaders discussing industry news, design, and overseas investment trends. Those interested are invited to RSVP with N5R email@example.com 647.348.8690.
The developers have enjoyed proven success in American markets with attracting eco-conscious investors who are seeking a departure from over-stylized landscapes and are in search of a community that reflects its natural surroundings. Detached villas are situated on a private 125 acre nature reserve with both coastal frontage and a protected mountainous area that reaches an altitude of nearly 2,000 feet above sea level.
Whats different about this development, said CEO David Matluck, is that Costa Rica is a region widely reputed as being highly protective of its vast natural resources, and were not interfering with that. Theres a reason why 25,000 Canadians already call Costa Rica home.
About Hacienda Matapalo
The Gated Community of Hacienda Matapalo includes a Beach Club, Equestrian Center, and Resort Clubhouse and is strategically positioned near identified sites of development which means residents will enjoy the convenience of sophisticated infrastructure and an international hospital without the frustration of being in a bustling urban centre. For more information, please visit www.haciendamatapalo.ca