Jazz Recognized in 2009 Toronto Urban Design Awards
Concert Real Estate Corporation is pleased to announce the recognition of its Jazz rental highrise during the 2009 Toronto Urban Design Awards. Jazz received honourable mention in the category Tall Private Building in Context.
Vancouver, BC, Canada – Concert Real Estate Corporation is pleased to announce the recognition of its Jazz rental highrise during the 2009 Toronto Urban Design Awards. Jazz received honourable mention in the category Tall Private Building in Context.
“As with all of Concert’s developments, a primary goal in developing Jazz was to blend the development into a vibrant well-established neighbourhood,” said Brian McCauley, President, Concert Properties Ltd. “We are proud to have been recognized for these efforts by the City of Toronto”
A heritage-inspired building, Jazz is a 28-storey rental residence offering stunning views of the city and waterfront. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, Jazz is situated only blocks from Ryerson University, the Eaton Centre and the central business district.
The 2009 Toronto Urban Design Awards winners were announced and celebrated on Monday, September 21st at an awards gala hosted at Palais Royale. From the 117 entries, the jury handed out 6 Awards of Excellence and 12 Honourable Mentions.
About Concert Properties
Concert is an award-winning diversified real estate enterprise involved in developing and acquiring commercial and industrial properties, rental housing, multi-family condominium housing, seniors living communities, and resort developments in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario. www.ConcertProperties.com
About the Toronto Urban Development Awards
Every other year, the City of Toronto holds Urban Design Awards to acknowledge the significant contribution that architects, landscape architects, urban designers, artists, design students, and city builders make to the look and livability of our city. The Awards competition offers the opportunity to receive city-wide recognition from a jury of urban visionaries.
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