Last month, we took a look at the suite layouts for Phantom Developments' TeaGarden Condos, a 12-storey development currently in sales near Bayview and Sheppard. With its combination of condominium suites and spacious split-level 'Town Lofts,' TeaGarden is bringing new density to the area while maintaining the character of large, family-friendly homes that exist in the community. Now, our tour of the sales centre gives us a closer look at what to expect from the project's suite interiors, which will be appointed by Tomas Pearce Interior Design Consulting Inc

TeaGarden Condominiums, Toronto, by Phantom Developments, Kirkor Architects A rendering of the project, image courtesy of Phantom Developments

Designed by Kirkor Architects Planners, the 111-suite development—located opposite Bayview Village Shopping Centre at 2 Teagarden Court—will be characterized by sleek, modern interiors, with the kitchen vignette showing a dark colour palette for much of the cabinetry, which contrasts with the lighter countertops and backsplash.

TeaGarden Condominiums, Toronto, by Phantom Developments, Kirkor Architects A view of the kitchen vignette, image by Jack Landau

This interplay is punctuated by stainless steel appliances, including a built-in microwave and stove, lending the space a modern aesthetic. A central kitchen island provides a casual dining and food preparation area, as well as additional storage.

TeaGarden Condominiums, Toronto, by Phantom Developments, Kirkor Architects Eagle-eyed viewers will be able to spot a reflection of the scale model, image by Jack Landau

A similar colour palette—characterized by an interplay of light and dark tones—is also evident in the suite vignette's two bathrooms (seen below), with the glossy black stonework proving a particular focal point of the interior decor. 

TeaGarden Condominiums, Toronto, by Phantom Developments, Kirkor Architects The glossy stonework is a conspicuous element of the interior decor, image by Jack Landau

TeaGarden's units will range in size from 484 ft² to 1,119 ft², with a number of penthouse suites available alongside the condominium units and 'Town Lofts.' With some of Toronto's recent condominiums featuring units in the 300 ft² range, even the smallest of TeaGarden's suites are relatively spacious by current standards.

TeaGarden Condominiums, Toronto, by Phantom Developments, Kirkor Architects A larger bathroom with a full bathtub, image by Jack Landau

The project will also feature landscaping by Stantec, while some of the interior amenities will include a party room and an eye-catching rooftop lounge (below). 

TeaGarden Condominiums, Toronto, by Phantom Developments, Kirkor Architects TeaGarden's large rooftop lounge, image courtesy of Phantom Developments

We will keep you updated as the project—scheduled for completion in 2016—continues to advance, and the start of construction approaches. In the meantime, additional information can be found in our dataBase file for the project, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or leave a comment in the space provided at the bottom of this page.