Concord Adex threw a party recently to thank purchasers at Opus Condominiums, the latest phase of its growing Concord Park Place community in North York. 83% of the first release of 180 units in the project have now sold, so an evening to say 'thanks' by way of some quite tasty food and drink (we have to make a particular shoutout to Diana's Seafood of Lawrence East for the fantastic oysters!) and a fun prize draw was held in the new community's onsite Presentation Centre on Sheppard beside Bessarion Subway Station.
Brian Fong, Senior Manager for Project Marketing was assisted on the prize draw by Paul Poon, Sales Manager at Concord Park Place. Lucky winners took home one of 30 different gifts which ranged from gift certificates at local stores to coffee machines to Apple iPad Minis and a Canon camera.
Opus will consist of two sleek towers of 35 and 36 storeys, and marked by the continuous balconies lining the crimped facades. The units in these Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects-designed towers are wide and shallow, meaning light-filled rooms that line up along the balconies: there are no back-rooms here.
Opus will be one of there adjacent condo complexes at Concord Park Place to share a massive recreation centre covering every kind of activity you can think of. Along with all the relaxation and entertainment facilities rooms expected amongst today's condo amemities, Opus residents will have a full basketball court ready for them whenever they want to pull on their sneakers. That's the court sheathed in green, appearing both above and below.
Opus continues the growth of the Concord Park Place community westwards. The detailed models above and below show the proximity of Opus to other phases, namely Discovery (the four buildings below left) and Tango (the two buildings at centre) now under construction. While Opus will feature townhomes at grade, Discovery and Tango just down the block have on-street retail focused on the corner of Provost Drive and Esther Shiner Boulevard.
Future phases of Concord Park Place, shown in acryllic, will frame the central park and recreation fields which will be heart of the area. Suites at Opus, placed at the nexus point of the park, will have a views down its length and beyond. Many skylines will dot the horizon as seen from suites here; Downtown Toronto, Yonge and Eglinton, and North York City Centre will all make for a dramatic backdrop.
The interior views at Opus are just as impressive. Interior designers Figure3 have created flowing floor plans that give a sense of spaciousness, while detailed layering of elements gives real texture to that space.
Want to know more about Opus? The UrbanToronto dataBase entry for the project, linked below, contains a lot more information and includes several renderings of the attractive building. Want to join in the conversation? Choose an associated Forum thread, or leave a comment on this page.