New Condo Developments in Toronto
Tall, dark and handsome. Rising just west of Spadina Ave. on Richmond St. West. This tall thin tower of 18 stories represents the best of modern architecture and design. Set to rise in a central location that’s hard to beat. It will be nestled in the King West district surrounded by restaurants, bars, shopping and great amenities. Also, a short walk to the business district and UofT. Only 135 homes will be housed in this one of a kind development icon.
East Fifty Five represents the best of Toronto’s dynamic resurgence as a world city. Located in the heart of Toronto’s Lower East Side, East Fifty Five adheres to Lamb Development Corporation’s strict policy of beauty and excellence in architecture and design.
Attention to small details are what makes great projects great. At East Fifty Five we have created an entrance and lobby that make a stunning architectural statement. The beautiful feature hallways and elevator cabs, simply amazing floor plans, tremendous facilities and amenity spaces that include a private club room with attached skyline terrace and plunge pool.
Living at East Fifty Five is to acknowledge the best that Toronto has to offer; an exciting new world city surrounded by dozens of wonderful new neighbourhoods.
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The Harlowe represents something truly rare in housing today; timeless beauty with a sense of crafted quality. It’s obvious that Harlowe has a true understanding of history because she reflects it in her style. While she is heavily influenced by a time gone by, she is thoroughly modern. Coming home to Harlowe means walking past the elegant terrace bistro shaded by her massive suspended awning. Her lobby is steeped in craftsmanship, strength, and history reflected in red brick, blackened metals, and woods. A fireplace warms her lobby and provides your guests a feeling of welcome. Each apartment has been lovingly designed with you in mind, all of your concerns are taken care of.
The Harlowe is large enough to make her mark, yet perfectly intimate to allow you to feel part of something very special. Just 220 fortunate people will know The Harlowe, and call her home. She is just minutes to both the high streets of King West and Queen West, where your every single desire can be fulfilled.
Theatre Park is a spectacular tower of 47 stories sprouting from the historic Theatre District of Toronto's King Street West. The development features a 5200SF floor plate and once in a lifetime panoramic views from all sides and all floors. Anchored by a forecourt park complete with waterfall and divot pond, this sculptural art park will likely become the "go to" meeting place for the symphony and theatre patrons as well as an urban respite from the pace of city life.
The tower features a two-level bar/terrace and restaurant as well as 236 high-style luxury homes equipped and finished with the best design the world has to offer.
Facilities include a 24-hour concierge, fully equipped fitness facility, event room with dining and living areas, as well as an outdoor pool and terrace overlooking south to Roy Thomson Hall.
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The brant park offers a strong nod to the 60’s modernist architectural movement. The organized simplicity of the brant park provides a new bold style to the king street west neighbourhood - an eclectic mix of old and new.
King Charlotte is a $90 million 32-storey high-rise which is just steps to the desirable intersection of King Street West and Spadina. Designed by architects Alliance and Peter Clewes, this high modernist tower has 232 units. Launched for sale in April 2011, the development reached 65% in sales over the first month.
The Ninety, in the heart of Queen East, reflects the fusion of modernism with warehouse-style architecture, similar to the vernacular of the surrounding area. The use of clay toned brick and distinctive warehouse mullion grid pattern will ensure a comfortable fit within the neighbourhood.
Appropriately, East is located in Toronto's chic downtown district, King East, where renowned architect Peter Clewes has created a signature building boasting superb design, premium features and superior amenities.
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A stunning 14 storey sculpture, influenced by the historical elements of neighbouring St. Lawrence Market & Corktown, combines deep crimson red brick with bands of concrete artfully connecting the glass odium with the upper portion as it rises to the sky. Intended to be the premier designer condominium, The King East celebrates the expression of the best industrial designers of our generation whose contributions can be found in any array of trend setting shops along this stretch of King St. East known as the furniture district.
Parc is a new condominium being developed at King and Stafford, it will be your unique chance to have a park on your doorstep. Located right next to Stanley Park in the King West neighbourhood, this is an exciting development for those looking for a quieter downtown life.
Glas sets a new level of urbanity in the King/Spadina neighbourhood.
The typology of the loft buildings which characterize the area is reexamined and transformed to respond to 21st century urban living.
The high ceiling, open spaces and exposed concrete structure of traditional industrial warehouses are reinterpreted and refined, and then clad with a sleek glass skin.
New live-work lofts in the Film District - on Carlaw Avenue. Striking architecture combining warehouse style base with a chic modern glass facade above, Core Architect's newest addition to their signature style will garner accolades from everyone.
Forged from steel and concrete, finished with brick and glass, Flatiron lofts is the statuesque loft building in the emerging Queen East village. Second phase of Worklofts, Flatiron lofts completes the transformation at Dundas and Carlaw by creating an intimate community for the residents. Mixed with boutique style merchants at street level.
Modern crisp lines of architecture that will catapult the neighbourhood into the new millennium.
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Victoria lofts is a new 38-unit conversion of an historic church. A true west Toronto landmark, the church is located on Annette Street at Medland Street in the residential neighbourhood of High Park. Victoria Lofts is within walking distance of High Park and the Bloor West shopping district.
At the corner of King Street West and John Street in Toronto's Entertainment District, the first film inspired condominium is now underway. The Festival Tower will sit atop the new Bell Festival Centre, which will become the new home for the Toronto International Film Festival Group (TIFFG).
The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton
The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton Toronto offers upscale living with the convenience of a five star hotel at your fingertips. The $300 million project is located on the south side of Wellington Street West just west of Simcoe Street and south of Roy Thomson Hall.
77 Charles West
In the heart of the Yorkville District at Charles Street West and St. Thomas Street a new upscale residential development designed by renowned architect Yann R. Weymouth, Director of Design at Hellmuth, Obata Kassabaum, Inc. (HOK), will take form.
Located at the corner of Bay and College a new art inspired condominium will take form just north of Toronto's bustling Financial District. Burano will consist of a 48 story tower rising above a 3 storey podium containing mixed use retail as well as the historically preserved Addison on Bay.
The Pier 27 residential community located at the foot of Yonge Street just South of Queen's Quay designed by celebrated architect Peter Clewes of Architects Alliance will become a spectacular landmark for the city of Toronto.
Located in the heart of the historic Distillery District, Clear Spirit, phase two of the Condominiums at The Distillery launches its sales. Clear Spirit has been designed by the sought after Toronto firm Architects Alliance and the stunning interiors have been designed in collaboration with Chase Architecture and Ava Janikowski Architect Inc.
The new Four Seasons Private Residences will be located in the centre of Toronto's upscale Yorkville District at the corner of Yorkville Avenue and Bay Street and have full access to the services of one of the world's premiere five star hotels.
The L Tower
The L Tower will be a 55 storey residential tower that will have a unique connection to the 45 year old Hummingbird Centre. There will be a total of 470 suites each offering panoramic views of the downtown core and Toronto Waterfront.
Lying just west of McGill Street and Old Montreal, the location is truly centre ice as it is just steps to North America's greatest historic zone and only minutes to the financial zone of the city. Plugged into the nerve centre of Montreal's new economy and influenced by the historic quarter, McGill Ouest looks appropriate in its setting. It is a modern take on the area's warehouses and old factories with a new design interpretation. Interior features high 9 foot ceilings and spectacular finishes.
One Six Nine
One Six Nine is an intimate small loft building located on John Street at Queen Street West across from the historic City TV building. Onesixnine is located truly in the heart of Queen Street West's shopping district. Its innovative concrete form and ultra thin shape have reached iconic status. Only 46 units are housed in this small building. Every suite has a balcony or terrace and the interiors are modern and design-savvy.