It has been a couple of months since we introduced The Bennett on Bayview, a 14-storey condominium development from First Avenue Properties and Latch Developments, planned for 3237 Bayview Avenue a short distance north of Finch Avenue in North York. In our introductory story on the project, we took a look at the building's architecture by RAW Design and the site's surrounding context, and today we are returning with our first glimpse of the interior and exterior spaces within the development.

The Bennett on Bayview, Latch, First Avenue, RAW Design, TorontoRendering of The Bennett on Bayview, image courtesy of Latch Developments

Residents of the development's 165 condominium units will have access to a total of 231 square metres of indoor amenity space located on the second floor, including the spacious party room depicted in the rendering below. The second floor of the building will also offer a common 333 square-metre terrace that connects with the indoor space.

The Bennett on Bayview, Latch, First Avenue, RAW Design, TorontoInterior amenity space at The Bennett on Bayview, image courtesy of Latch Developments

In addition to the amenity terrace, suites at The Bennett on Bayview will offer private outdoor living spaces in the form of balconies and terraces. On the building's uppermost levels, terraces—like the one pictured below—take advantage of the step backs in the structure's massing by offering expanded outdoor living spaces with views of the surrounding neighbourhood.

The Bennett on Bayview, Latch, First Avenue, RAW Design, TorontoSuite terrace at The Bennett on Bayview, image courtesy of Latch Developments

The project is now accepting registrations, with further information expected to emerge as marketing for the development progresses.

The Bennett on Bayview, Latch, First Avenue, RAW Design, TorontoRendering of The Bennett on Bayview, image courtesy of Latch Developments

We will be sure to return in the near future as additional information about The Bennett on Bayview comes to light. In the meanwhile, you can check out the development's dataBase file, linked below, get into in the conversation by visiting the associated Forum threads, or leave a comment or question in the field provided at the bottom of this page.