TORONTO, December 15, 2014 – This year, online readers checked out The Academy, by LEMINE GROUP and DEVRON DEVELOPMENTS who teamed up to bring an affordable condo project to Scarborough and sold out within 3 months. Another popular blog post highlighted GHODS’ 5959 Yonge Street Condos’s neighbourhood amenities – including an LED sports court! Read […]
Toronto, December 13, 2014 – builders are upping their amenities game. A shout out to TCGPR clients/projects covered – 45 Charles LTD and Edenshaw’s Chaz; Vandyk’s The Craftsman; The Daniels Corporation’s Cinema Tower, Erin Mills, High Park, Limelight and Regent Park Communities; Lash’s me living and Amexon’s 488 University Avenue. Read More: http://www.thestar.com/life/homes/2014/12/15/condo_amenities_get_centre_court_focus.html#
TORONTO, JULY 4, 2014 – Triumph Developments’ Mario Ribeiro wants the 2nd phase of his boutique development, Howard Park, to provide many single-family home luxuries, plus the comforts of a care-free condo, starting from the low-$300,000s.
In Toronto, condominiums are flourishing as the new home choice of residents and investors. Condos are also helping to fuel the renters’ market, and the appeal is understandable. Living in one of these new buildings brings with it a lifestyle of ease, leisure and even artistic ambience. One of the most beautiful aspects of newer architecture in Toronto is the outstanding public art included in condo design. Recognizing the importance of a vibrant cultural community in maintaining healthy municipalities, the City of Toronto developed a policy called ‘Percent for Public Art’ to support the inclusion of art in major private sector developments.
SHIVA LEADERS Temple Sinai Leaders Help Families Grieve The Jewish Standard September 2013 By David Eisenstadt In 1993, when my wife Rhoda and our sons Harris and Evan lost four parents/grandparents within a horrific six months, I certainly found spiritual comfort at Temple Sinai. Key to dealing with my grief involved connecting with a number […]
For a property management company, planning for a response to a crisis need not be the crystal-ball activity it at first appears. No one can be expected to know in detail how to respond to a hypothetical crisis of unknown dimension.
Tip of the hat to wisdom learned at Smithbilt-
David Eisenstadt, Calgary Herald
Published: Monday, February 25, 2013
I couldn’t help but marvel at the staying power of the iconic white cowboy hat sported by Oprah Winfrey during her recent visit to Calgary. Her seal of approval was another credit to Smithbilt Hats.
Her blessing was true (read positive) validation of Calgary’s proud western heritage.
Curiously, though, it also reminded me of the travails of my first real job at Smithbilt, many years ago.
Tips to Handle Difficult Media Interviews The Law Times January 9 2012 by: David Eisenstadt In an ideal world, people in the public eye get a fair shake in the media. But whether or not that happens is always a topic of debate. Here’s the scenario: your legal team has just come through a tough […]
WHETHER or not “the customer is always right” is a topic of debate.
Here’s the scenario. Your team has just come through a tough move for a
difficult customer. Despite all best efforts to resolve some post-move issues,
your unhappy customer “threatens to go to the media.” The very real possibility
that the imagined or real bad news about this moving experience could
be on Facebook or Twitter will doubtless give you sleepless nights. So, what
are you to do?