In the News: Globe and Mail – The Architourist

The Globe and Mail’s Dave LeBlanc, aka The Architourist, recently toured the St. Joseph’s Hospital Redevelopment site in Peterborough – an ambitious reclamation of a former hospital site by TVM Group. BNKC is working on several projects at the site including an adaptive reuse apartment building that used to be a patient wing and the…

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Parallels from the Past in Peterborough

Sometimes history eerily mirrors the present. Case in point, the St. Joseph’s Hospital Redevelopment project in Peterborough, ON – one of our favourite projects, not just because of the interesting adaptive reuse aspects of the site, or opportunities for new development like East City Condos, but also because of the history of the place. The…

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BNKC Newsletter – September 2020

  Project Update Gearing up for construction       East City Condos – part of the St. Joseph’s Hospital redevelopment project in Peterborough – has just submitted for building permits! We can’t wait to see this project come to life.       Sitting between the Trent Canal and the Otonabee River, the 9-storey…

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In the News: Round-the-clock need for triple-duty space

Adam Bisby, National Post, dives into how condo developers are responding to the work-from-home demand. BNKC Associate, Vaughn Miller, shared his thoughts on the issue. “It’s not really a viable option for most people to buy more space. So we’re seeing lots of second-bedroom offices with Murphy beds in them, sliding room dividers and more…

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BNKC Newsletter – Summer 2020

  Project Update Hoarding Reveal at 77 Wade       Colourful construction hoarding is now up at 77 Wade Ave. You can keep up with the latest project news at our website and follow the project on Instagram @junctionaccordingtowade.       In addition to renders showing the building, the hoarding features the work of…

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In the News: National Post – Filling a void on The Danforth

“On the Map” profiles new developments. In this issue, journalist Matthew Hague speaks with our client, Katalyst Real Estate, to learn more about 2720 Danforth Ave. “When three lots came available a few years ago – a tumbledown furniture store spanning two storefronts pins a small clothing shop at Danforth and Dawes – he snapped…

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Project Spotlight: 77 Wade Avenue

77 Wade Avenue will be Canada’s tallest timber office building when it’s complete. Let’s take a closer look at how BNKC’s design is raising the bar for future commercial tall-wood structures.       Buzz Worthy! Follow 77 Wade on social media @junctionaccordingtowade and download the 77 Wade app to virtually walk through the project…

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BNKC Announces New Associate

BNKC is excited to announce the addition of a new Associate to our team. Vaughn Miller joined BNKC in June and brings over 20 years of experience earned at firms throughout North America and Europe –  most recently at KPMB, with previous roles at ArchitectsAlliance and Leers Weinzapfel Architects in Boston. Originally from St. John’s…

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In the News: COVID-19’s impact on multi-res building design

Jonathan King was asked what apartments in the future might look like in this article from Remi Network. Read the full article. Next Steps: Want to learn more about our residential projects including 5509 Dundas St pictured above? Click here.

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In the News: National Post – The Dawn of a New Hipsturbia

Will rising costs and COVID cause a mass migration of younger people to the suburbs? Earlier this year, the Ontario Real Estate Association put out a study showing that while 31 per cent of millenials wanted to live downtown, 34 per cent preferred the suburbs. The National Post’s Matthew Hague interviewed Jonathan King and our…

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