When an exciting design appears, people pay attention. They have noticed Canvas Condos by Marlin Spring Developments. The new 166-unit development offers residential options from 455 to 671 square feet. The elegant geometric exterior is modern and sleek, looking like a great floating luxury liner on the landscape, made predominantly of glass. It is a kindred spirit to the developer’s other projects, The Mack and West Beach Condominiums. Such edifices have changed the face of Toronto.
Canvas Condos offers the best of city living with its proximity to all desired services, shops, and public transportation. The site was carefully chosen for its convenient location for urban dwellers who work in the Danforth Village region. Graziani + Corazza Architects Inc. has done a stellar job with an eight-story mid-rise concept.
If you like connectivity, Canvas Condo is ideal. The Woodbine and Main Street stations are minutes away. Locals refer to it as the Woodbine-Lumsden neighborhood, voted as one of the city’s top ten. With its amenities and low crime rate prices for housing in the region have been climbing.
The mixed-use building punctuated by brick and metal accents is forward-thinking and innovative in theory and practice. Balconies and terraces offer a bit of the outdoors for the Canvas Condo residents. They can enjoy the more massive rooftop terrace for entertaining and socializing: the views are spectacular and panoramic.