We last checked in on Tridel's One and Two Old Mill a couple weeks ago, when we recapped the progress taking place on the exterior of the two Kirkor Architects-designed buildings. Residents have already poured into One Old Mill, and before that process is replicated at Two Old Mill, UrbanToronto toured the interiors of the nearly complete building to see what homeowners can expect. 

One and Two Old Mill from Bloor Street Humber bridge, image by Marcus MitanisOne and Two Old Mill from the Bloor Street Humber bridge, image by Marcus Mitanis

At 10 storeys, Two Old Mill is slightly shorter than its 12-storey sister building, but it still offers some stunning panoramic views over the local treed neighbourhoods, and especially of the nearby Humber Valley. These views can be taken in at the spacious rooftop terrace or 'Sky Lounge' which, courtesy of recent warmth, is now being partially filled with soil along its edges to accommodate lush greenery.

Planters and stone paving installed in coming weeks, image by Marcus MitanisPlanters and stone paving will be installed in the coming weeks, image by Marcus Mitanis

Exterior landscaping by Janet Rosenberg & Studio will soon be accompanied by several seating areas once construction materials are cleared. Targeting LEED certification, Two Old Mill includes solar thermal panels on its rooftop and uses captured rainwater to irrigate the vegetation on premises. 

The exploding skyline of Humber Bay Shores, image by Marcus MitanisThe exploding skyline of Humber Bay Shores, image by Marcus Mitanis

The emerging skyline of Humber Bay Shores comes into view as we look south, above, a reminder that Lake Ontario is a short five minute drive away. Jade Waterfront, visible near the centre of the frame, is quickly heading to its 38-storey final height. The other crane popping up in the sky at the right belongs to Key West, which has just about topped out at 44 storeys. 

Mississauga's skyline beyond landscaped terrace edges, image by Marcus MitanisMississauga's skyline beyond the landscaped edges of the terrace, image by Marcus Mitanis

The southwest view above depicts the distant Mississauga skyline and the cluster of Tridel buildings huddled near Kipling subway station. Bags of soil await their placement within the perimeter of the terrace. 

Looking west towards Old Mill subway station, image by Marcus MitanisLooking west towards Old Mill subway station, image by Marcus Mitanis

Looking directly west, Old Mill subway station (with its green roof) comes into view. While Jane station is located just steps to the east, Two Old Mill is not too far from this next station on the Bloor Danforth subway line and the parks and trails of the Humber Valley. Also clustered around Old Mill station are more residential towers including the recently completed Riverhouse at The Old Mill (seen to the right) which rises above the famous Old Mill Inn restaurant and wedding complex. 

Looking northeast towards One Old Mill, image by Marcus MitanisLooking northeast towards One Old Mill, image by Marcus Mitanis

Panning over to the north, the terrace upper floors of One Old Mill become visible. The building partially blocks the sprawling Toronto skyline, though as evidenced below, the central core is still in full view to the east. 

Downtown Toronto seen from the rooftop terrace, image by Marcus MitanisDowntown Toronto seen from the rooftop terrace, image by Marcus Mitanis

Penthouses within Two Old Mill are now undergoing drywall installation. Each with a ceiling height of ten feet, available penthouses range in size from 1,045 to 1,935 square feet. Starting at $865,000, the largest penthouse is selling for $1,740,000. 

Drywall installation finishing up, image by Marcus MitanisDrywall installation finishing up, image by Marcus Mitanis

Two Old Mill's Diamond Collection offers suites from 939 to 1,036 square feet. Mostly located in the building's middle floors, these suites are at a more advanced stage of completion, with premium plank engineered wood flooring soon to replace the currently exposed concrete. 

A kitchen nears completion, image by Marcus MitanisA kitchen nears completion, image by Marcus Mitanis

Moving down another few flights of stairs, units are just about complete, with only cosmetic touch-ups remaining. Residents throughout the building have their choice between granite or quartz countertops. With nine-foot ceilings, there's plenty of light to take in and fill the space. Homeowners also have the option of enjoying the outdoors via their balcony or terrace. 

Only cosmetic touch-ups left on lower floor kitchens, image by Marcus MitanisOnly cosmetic touch-ups are left on lower floor kitchens, image by Marcus Mitanis

Unlike One Old Mill's retail spaces, the ground floor of Two Old Mill is identified by the verandas of units fronting onto Bloor Street. Landscaping and stonework is finishing up around these areas which will soon act as the front porch of many homeowners. Yet to be unveiled, a public art installation will be installed just outside the Bloor frontage of the building.

Ground floor units with veranda, image by Marcus MitanisGround floor units with veranda, image by Marcus Mitanis

Back inside, we take a look at the common areas which have been designed by UNION31. The lobby and front desk are depicted in the images below. 

The lobby lounge, image by Marcus MitanisThe lobby lounge, image by Marcus Mitanis

Front desk, image by Marcus MitanisFront desk, image by Marcus Mitanis

Amenity spaces are found on the ground floor—which technically spans two floors as the building slopes downwards. A sizable party room and lounge is available for rent and has already become a star attraction among staff. 

Ground floor party room, image by Marcus MitanisGround floor party room, image by Marcus Mitanis

The fitness room has been decked out with eco-friendly equipment which helps power the machines as you exercise. The room faces the rear entrance and designated pickup/drop-off area of the building. 

Fitness room, image by Marcus MitanisFitness room, image by Marcus Mitanis

A pool, whirlpool, steam rooms, yoga room and two guest suites round out the host of amenities provided. 

A pool and whirlpool are available for resident use, image by Marcus MitanisA pool and whirlpool are available for resident use, image by Marcus Mitanis

Remaining suites start at $455,000 for 778 square feet. First move-ins began on Monday, to be followed gradually floor by floor until expected full occupancy in July. 

Two Old Mill as it appears from Bloor Street, image by Marcus MitanisTwo Old Mill as it appears from Bloor Street, image by Marcus Mitanis

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