Graywood Developments and Beaverhall Homes have teamed up for a second time to create Ocean Club Waterfront Condominiums, a three building complex in South Etobicoke's Humber Bay Shores neighbourhood. The smallest of the buildings is reserved for commercial and retail, and will be located on Lake Shore Boulevard. Proceeding toward the lake, the 8-storey Boutique residences appears next, while the 37-storey tower will hug Marine Parade and the Humber Bay parks. The modern glass and precast complex designed by Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects takes advantage of its lakeside location by orienting balconies to take in sweeping views. 

Let's fly in from the east...

Ocean Club site rendering

and now swing in from the west...

and let's get a better look at the tower - oh, it's got a rounded edge near the lake - hadn't caught that before

and now, back to reality: right now, it's just a (nicely modern) sales pavilion

inside of which there's a scale model, naturally, which we'll tour about... here's the southern view oblique angle, focusing on that curved wall of glass

down at the bottom of which there is space for a restaurant patio facing the lake. There are intentions for this to be quite fine dining, a destination in fact. It's right across Marine Parade from the Humber Bay Butterfly Habitat, and that view across the bay to the downtown skyline, so here's hoping the food and service will match the setting...

but let's pull back again for a less oblique view from the south

and then swing around for the view from the west

and from the north.

Let's get close again, here looking over the tower's podium to the boutique building

and here check out the tower building's entry area from the mid-block road that will run between Lake Shore Blvd and Marine Parade

Tour done, we'll back out again, looking back at the model from where we first arrived, the east.

Related Companies:  Baker Real Estate Inc., Beaverhall Homes, Graywood Developments, Montana Steele, Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects, Strybos Barron King, Tomas Pearce Interior Design Consulting Inc