Urban Toronto’s tour continues inside Festival Tower and into the condo suites, which are in various states of completion; more so on the lower levels, less so on the upper levels. The top two floors are reserved for the largest penthouses, four per floor, with 11 ft ceilings on the uppermost level and 10 ft ceilings on the level below. These are followed by four floors of Signature Suites, with six per floor, then a number of floors with eight suites per floor. The 37th floor marks the approximate top of the more typical floors containing eleven suites per floor.
Balconies will be subdivided between condo units as construction continues.
On this level, metal studs for a condo suite’s interior partitions are in place.
Some UT members have noted that a couple of storeys in Festival Tower are slightly higher than others, as evidenced by the larger gaps between balcony levels. On these floors, some height was added to provide room for conduits without affecting the standard ceiling height of 9 ft inside the condo suites.
A typical kitchen. Cabinetry was done by Irpinia Kitchens and is available in various finishes. All units contain 100% Miele appliances.
A typical bathroom with back-painted glass tile. Some quality control issues arose when the tiles were in transit from China but these have been meticulously resolved by Daniels.
KPMB’s strong design concept for Festival Tower is apparent in small flourishes like this little reveal which adds additional view exposures.
A construction worker toils away on an mid-storey balcony.
A construction worker in one of the less-complete, higher-floor suites.
A view of one of the penthouses still very much under construction.
A sweeping view of one of the spectacular penthouses on the two uppermost levels of the tower.
A view into one of the penthouses through the hole in the roof once containing the construction crane. Next up, we’ll be taking you out onto the roof. So, stay tuned!
|Related Companies:||Isotherm Engineering Ltd., Jablonsky, Ast and Partners, Kirkor Architects Planners, KPMB Architects, Mike Niven Interior Design, Montana Steele, NAK Design Strategies, tcgpr (The Communications Group), The Daniels Corporation|