Now well into its registration phase, marketing material continues to be released for Aragon's Eighty One Wellesley. After getting a taste of the project's interior and exterior features at the development's presentation centre in Toronto's Church-Wellesley Village, a new video released on the project's website is providing a more in-depth look at the 28-storey, Core Architects-designed condominium tower's architecture and interior spaces.

The video begins with an aerial overview of the tower in its surrounding Church-Wellesley Village context, before cutting to a street-level horizontal pan shot that focuses on the building's relationship with Wellesley Street East. We are then taken inside for a view of the residential lobby space, which features a nature-inspired aesthetic that includes warm wood finishes and a green wall behind the concierge station. A vertical pan shot then scales the podium's brick-screen facade before revealing the 7th and 8th floor amenity areas.

Next, we are shown detailed views of the various amenities. First, an indoor/outdoor space with a pit fireplace, a kitchen, and lounge seating for al fresco dining. The video then turns to the development's fitness centre, which will feature a large expanse of floor to ceiling glazing, allowing natural light to fill the space while affording views of the outdoor amenity below and the surrounding cityscape. The final amenity area shown in the video is a split-level party room and lounge space, surrounded on three sides by two-storey expanses of clear glass.

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