June 19, 2009
(TORONTO) BuzzBuzzHome, an online interactive and user-friendly listing service for new condominiums, houses, and town-homes, today announced that Atria Development Corporation will be sponsoring four of their developments on the BuzzBuzzHome service, including Kimberley Court Townhomes, The Garment Factory Lofts, iZone and Parwood Residences.
Kimberley Court Townhomes — Featuring seven three-storey townhouses, as well as one detached home, Kimberley Court is a new project by Atria Development Corp. Already built, homes are available within 60 to 90 days, and are on a tree-lined street in the Beach neighbourhood. This under-construction project can be found at www.buzzbuzzhome.com/KimberleyCourt.
The Garment Factory Lofts — Designed by award-winning Core Architects Inc., the eight-storey Garment Factory Lofts meld the original brick façade of the warehouse with modern steel and glass to create a striking whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. Christopher Hume gave an ‘A’ grading. This building, with a limited number of surplus units, can be found online at www.buzzbuzzhome.com/thegarmentfactorylofts.
iZONE — Located at Carlaw and Dundas, in Leslieville, i-Zone is a low rise knitting mill converted to house 76 of Toronto’s most industrial funky lofts. iZone’s units are all legal live/work spaces, and are especially popular with artists working in the Studio District. Atria is in the midst of re-releasing units at this popular loft-conversion, which can be found at www.buzzbuzzhome.com/izone.
“BuzzBuzzHome is excited to welcome four new sponsored listings to the roster,” said Matthew Slutsky, President, BuzzBuzzHome Corp. “We look forward to working with Atria, and each development, ensuring that their projects obtain maximum visibility to those looking for a new home in their vicinity.”
BuzzBuzzHome keeps it simple and focused, with interactive map-based search results for all new developments. With this convenient website, BuzzBuzzHome gives purchasers the information they need to make a residential purchasing decision. The service is free for users, and the basic information is listed free for developers. To socialize, people meet on Twitter or Facebook. To find a new home, purchasers turn to BuzzBuzzHome.