Introducing Tridel’s New Interior Design Blog: ‘From The Lobby with Jim and Stella’

Condominium Design Done Differently Meet Stella Salvador (Principal Interior Designer) and Jim Stoops (Director, Design Services), two of Tridel’s leading design experts. These two have teamed up to deliver a new monthly blog series called ‘From The Lobby with Jim and Stella’.    For anyone not familiar with The Lobby by Tridel, it’s our Design Studio which also serves as a [...]

Reducing Our Carbon Footprint One Community at a Time

Aquavista – The second phase of the Bayside Toronto community has been awarded LEED®-Platinum Certification! The certification reaffirms Tridel and Hine’s commitment to make sustainability an ongoing practice that fosters environmentally responsible, energy-efficient, and healthy communities to live in. Such commitment becomes evident at the Bayside Toronto Community where Aquavista is now joining Aqualina in [...]

Glen Arbour. The First Tridel Condo.

While the Tridel homebuilding story begins in 1934 with the founder of our company, Jack DelZotto, our history as Canada’s leading condominium developer could actually be said to have begun in 1970 with the community at 212 Kerr Street.

Flexible Live – Work Spaces

With the return to school and the summer months gone, which for many of us means a busier work schedule, I thought it would be helpful to share some ideas to make flexible work and study spaces, that work for you, in your home.

Transitioning a Baby’s Room Into a Toddler’s Room

What could I add to the wealth of knowledge that already exists on designing a child’s space that hasn’t already been said? In thinking about how to approach this topic, I decided to focus on themes of design that can be applied to a variety of aspects for placemaking, themes that pay off when creating a space that is adaptable for kids throughout their many stages of growth!

Community Amenities Our Customers Care About

Recently, we decided to ask our customers about their community amenity spaces.  What they love. What they could live without.  And what they think could be better.   After all, they are the experts in how they live.
We were honoured by their participation and that so many were willing to share their feedback and thoughts with us.