Marketing is now gearing up for the latest market condominium development planned for Toronto's re-imagined Regent Park Community, promising new residential density and retail opportunities in the heart of the neighbourhood. The Daniels Corporation's 'The Wyatt' will be built on Block 26 of Regent Park, at the south side of Dundas east of Sumach Street, a site formerly occupied by a 1958-built Peter Dickinson-designed rental tower known as 605 Whiteside Place. Our introductory article on the project covered the 27-storey, KPMB Architects design for the condominium development, and new images are now giving us a taste of the project's IBI Group-designed interior spaces.
Residents of The Wyatt's 342 suites—ranging from studio to three bedroom layouts and starting from the low $200,000s—will have access to a wide selection of amenity spaces called “Club Wyatt”. Amenity areas at Club Wyatt will include a horizontal climbing wall, a "Chill Lounge", a media room, a gym featuring a WELLBEATS™ studio, a guest suite, and more.
Renderings of two spaces within the 6-storey podium include one of the party room, seen below. Offering floor-to-ceiling glazing, ample seating, and a kitchenette, this space provides residents with a common area to socialize in and host gatherings. The space opens up out onto a large outdoor terrace offering several amenities, including the very popular community planters that allow residents to grow herbs and vegetables.
A couple of levels below on the 4th floor of the podium, a number of kid-friendly spaces will cater to families with young children: the kids’ zone includes a toy room, game zone, craft room, and a kitchenette. Large expanses of windows will fill the space with natural light, while murals on the walls and ceiling create an inviting and stimulating environment for children.
We will return with additional details as new information about the project emerges. In the meanwhile, you can find building facts and renderings by visiting the project's dataBase file, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or leave a comment using the field provided at the bottom of this page.