The Alterra Group of Companies and Zinc Developments are now selling 36Hazelton, their luxury boutique condominium residence in Yorkville. The 7-storey building incorporates the facade of the former St. Basil's School while extending upwards, offering 18 suites including 4 two-storey units, a townhome, suites with generous terraces, and a wrap-around penthouse suite on the top floors with 360° views of the neighbourhood and surrounding area. Heritage preservation is being handled by Goldsmith Borgal and Company Architects, while Quadrangle Architects are responsible for new construction.

36 Hazelton by Alterra Group and Zinc Developments, street facade36Hazelton by Alterra Group and Zinc Developments, street facade

From the street, 36Hazelton will still feature the brick and stone facade of St. Basil's School, while the modern construction will recede above behind terraced setbacks.

36 Hazelton by Alterra Group and Zinc Developments, terraces36Hazelton by Alterra Group and Zinc Developments, terraces

36 Hazelton by Alterra Group and Zinc Developments, terrace detail36Hazelton by Alterra Group and Zinc Developments, terrace detail

What is good for the street is also good for the outdoor portions of the suites at 36Hazelton: generous terraces will allow residents to relax and enjoy the charm of the surrounding neighbourhood.

36 Hazelton by Alterra Group and Zinc Developments, penthouse terraces36Hazelton by Alterra Group and Zinc Developments, penthouse terraces

The 4,600 square foot penthouse will occupy the entire 7th floor and will feature an exceptional 2,800 square feet of terrace space on two levels. The penthouse terraces will offer dining space, multiple lounging areas, and a raised heated spa pool.

Terraces at 36Hazelton will all be professionally landscaped by Ronald Holbrook & Associates Landscape Architects.

We will be back in the coming days to take an in depth look inside the building, and we'll get a look at the scale model.

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