Stonebrook Condominiums have taken their place on southwestern Mississauga's skyline, and will soon double in size. A first 18-storey tower, located beside the Sheridan Creek on Southdown Road at Lakeshore Road West, and across the street from Clarkson GO station, was completed recently by developer United Lands. It is occupying now. The simple and handsome modernist structure features large windows framed by aluminum mullions, with stripes of precast concrete used sparingly to create a gridded framework on the facade.
The site, however, is big enough for two, so Stonebrook I will soon be joined by its twin Stonebrook II, designed by the late Dietrich Boecker in collaboration with award-winning du Toit Architects and RH Rust Architects.
Excavation for phase II's parking garage has already taken place.
The sales centre for the second tower is now open in the first tower, and it features two model suites appointed by Bryon Patton and Sean Swayze of Bryon Patton and Associates. The Lakeshore, at 803 square feet, is the smaller of the two, is a one bedroom, and has been kitted out to appeal to younger buyers.
The Lorne Park is a large 1445 square foot model, with two bedrooms and a den, which has been furnished to appeal to more mature buyers.
Residents of Stonebrook will have access to plenty of amenities, including a library lounge, party room, theatre and billiards rooms, outdoor terraces overlooking Sheridan Creek, spa-inspired pool, exercise/weight training/yoga room, saunas, and lockers with bicycle storage. Clarkson Village shopping area is within walking distance, while the Waterfront Trail and several notable lakeshore parks are close by, and downtown Toronto is a scant 19 minutes away by GO train.
|Related Companies:||Dietrich Boecker, DTAH, JH Rust Architects, Patton Design Studio, United Lands Corporation|