ELAD Canada's Emerald City community, at Don Mills and Sheppard in North York, has grown increasingly lively since the first block of three WZMH Architects-designed condominium towers was completed and occupied in 2014. ELAD followed "Block A" with another trio of towers at Block B to the south. Known as Colours of Emerald City on Don Mills Road, Fifth on the Park fronting Helen Lu and Forest Manor Roads, and The Park Club fronting onto Forest Manor Road and George Henry Boulevard, that trio is under construction. Now, ELAD is marketing Block C.

 The Point, ELAD Canada, WZMH Architects, TorontoNew towers rising on Block B of Emerald City, image by Jack Landau

The Peak, Block C's debut and tallest tower, was well-received by buyers earlier this year. Following on its heels, ELAD is now starting to market Block C's second tower, The Point, continuing the topographical naming theme.

 The Point, ELAD Canada, WZMH Architects, TorontoThe Point within the Emerald City community, image courtesy of ELAD Canada

The Point will stand as the second tallest tower on Block C, mirror-imaging the massing of Block B to the north. Set to rise 24 storeys from the north end of the block, the project will front onto an increasingly urban Helen Lu Road just east of Don Mills Road. While still quite early in its marketing phase, details about The Point's common spaces—appointed by interior designers Tanner Hill Associates Incorporated—have begun to be released.

 The Point, ELAD Canada, WZMH Architects, TorontoIndoor pool at The Point, image courtesy of ELAD Canada

Along with an indoor pool, The Point's other indoor amenities will include a guest suite, a movie screening room, and a party room. The project will also offer its residents outdoor spaces with landscaping work by Ferris + Associates Inc., including the alfresco lounge area shown in the rendering below.

 The Point, ELAD Canada, WZMH Architects, TorontoOutdoor amenity space at The Point, image courtesy of ELAD Canada

The Point is offering condominium units starting in price from the $300,000s. We will return as more details about the project emerge. In the meantime, additional information and images for the projects mentioned in this article can be found in the project Database files 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.

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