Unique condominiums like 330 Richmond Condos in Toronto’s Entertainment District, laden with greenery on the exterior, bespeak of the new taste for touches of nature in the immediate environment. It clearly softens the layered 24-storey high-rise exterior rendering the minimalist upper façade more accessible and inviting. Greenpark Homes is is the esteemed developer behind this blend of modernism and innovation. Fine craftsmanship, impressive finishes, and state-of-the art amenities are the hallmark of every project they complete including: Axiom and Allure Condos, South Tower at the Upper Village, Uv2 in Markham, and Tempo Condos in Mississauga.
The lobby within the two-level podium, appointed with art, marble floors, contemporary furnishings, and modern lighting preempts visitors on what is to be expected in the suites. It is all about luxury and the highest standards in the 295 units ranging from 350 to 836 square feet.
Downtown Toronto can be the panoramic backdrop of your daily life. The beauty of the city draws your eye as you sit on your balcony or on your sofa staring out the huge picture windows at night with its sparkling lights.
The concept executed by Core Architects at John and Peter in downtown (part of the Waterfront Communities) is mixed-use combining homes and businesses in a glass-dominant environment. Indoor and outdoor amenities promise residents on-site recreation. They can cycle, have drinks in the lounge, swim in a crystal blue pool, and in the common areas, you will find a big-screen movie theatre, sky lounge, party room, terrace with barbecues, fitness centre, games room, and around-the-clock concierge service.
By living at the 33 Richmond Condos, you are blocks away from all the fun and funky shops. For the artsy trendsetters in Queen West, a lively and vibrant neighbourhood close to many galleries, green spaces and parks such as St. Patrick’s Square and Grange Park. On the way you will see a kaleidoscope of restaurants, services, and entertainment venues waiting to be discovered. It is a haven for foodies and culture buffs, a true art-lovers enclave within the city.