Revitalization and development are rampant in downtown Toronto, a testimony to the growing taste for modern high-style urban living. In the heart of the creative architectural activity, the Museum FLTS 4 condos offer an entrée to a creative and exciting area. Historic and new buildings house artists, business entrepreneurs, families, and trendsetters. On Sterling Road, the project, designed in four phases by Architects Alliance in tandem with Castlepoint and Gray Brook Partners, is to be marketed to new tastes and requirements as residents look for alternatives to suburban housing. The planned community will add to the builder’s cachet which includes 309 Cherry Condos, 3C Waterfront Condos, and Lower JCT West. People now want to be near parks, mass transit, shops and restaurants, and more. Everything is supremely accessible. A vast eight-acre plot of land makes urban density an obsolete word; yet dwellers benefit from retail, cultural, and business city services. It is all about variety of choice with a consistent modernist esthetic.
As the condo name foretells, the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art will be relocated to the Lower Junction area of Toronto, an emerging hub. The industrial design is inspired by the historic area yet offers a new and modern lower-rise approach to communal living. The geometric checkerboard concept enhances the nearby public park and plaza space, adjacent to an historic building, the new museum location. It will no doubt become an icon of innovation. Museum FLTS phase 4 is an art and culture lover’s paradise. It is an easy transition to home, work, and play.
Occupancy is scheduled for Spring 2019.
Museum FLTS 2
Museum FLTS 2 is a new condominium development by Castlepoint Numa. It is currently in preconstruction in the Dufferin Grove neighborhood and is planned to have 10 storeys with 150 residential suites designed by architectsAlliance. Part of the Perth Avenue – Sterling Road Revitalization Plan, this condo at 158 Sterling Road is designed to promote a vibrant mixed-use community. The will bring new residents, jobs, and businesses to the community, something that Castlepoint Numa has been doing for the past 6 years, as they have worked to revitalize and transform the eight-acre site. Once the Museum FLTS 2 is completed, it will boast approximately 565,000 square feet of new employment opportunities, and 540,000 square feet of new residential space.
The suites are designed with aesthetics in mind, with architectsAlliance declaring that each suite will have a “unique and modern artistic energy.” This project is designed to encapsulate the energy of the city, while also providing all of the necessaries for an active family life.
The Museum FLTS 2 is located close to High Park, a beautiful attraction 161 hectares in size that is a combination of a natural park and a mixed recreational park complete with playgrounds, gardens, sporting facilities, and even a zoo. Other natural attractions include Erwin Krickhahn Park, McGregor Park and Columbus Parkette. The Dufferin Mall is a short drive away from the condo, as are multiple schools including West Toronto Collegiate Institute, Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School, and Brock Junior Public School. Other nearby amenities and attractions include the Exhibition Place, the BMO Field, and the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre, all of which are located within five kilometers from the Museum FLTS 2 condos.
Other project by Castlepoint Numa include 309 Cherry Street Condos, 10-14 Prince Arthur Condors, and, of course, the original Museum FLTS Condos.