Two vertical towers live adjacent to one another in downtown Toronto. Both are landmarks of the region with the taller 36-storey soaring 155 Redpath Condos standing alone. Award-winning Peter Clewes of ArchitectsAlliance uses the tower and podium principle on landscaped grounds to meet modern residential needs. The mastermind’s hallmark is the adept use of a layered façade adorned that is sculptural and impressive. Don’t miss the crown atop the vertical wonder. Thanks to Freed Development, we have another choice for luxury urban living. They have given us Galleria Condos, Grand Park Village, Art Shoppe Lofts, Dupont and Fashion House Condos among others. Their new masterpiece is at Yonge and Eglinton, a coveted neighborhood lined with shops, services, restaurant, and entertainment venues just minutes from park and green spaces and the subway. Who wouldn’t want to live here in the center of mid-town? Floor plans for 470 units and prices are very attractive. You get a lot for your money from a courtyard, outdoor pool, private park, library, lounge, fitness center and Pilates studio with hot tub, grill area, art gallery, 24-hour diner, party room, salon and storage. Wow.
Modernism is the keyword inside with custom kitchen cabinetry, contemporary details, state-of-the art bathrooms, and glorious far-reaching views. It is refinement and luxury all the way from the top-tier finishes to the quality materials and special acoustics throughout thanks to interior designer Johnson Chou. Floor-to ceiling windows and concrete balconies afford expansive views. Security is assured with code access to all 470 lofts, penthouses, and lower-floor suites. They range from 377 to 1500 square feet.
Occupancy: Summer 2017