Reserve Properties, profiled yesterday for their Ossington Avenue project Motif, are also making their Toronto presence felt at 2000 Queen Street East in The Beach with Bellefair Kew Beach Residences. Designed by architect RAW Design with interiors by II by IV Design, the project is a conversion of, and expansion to, Beach United, a church which originally opened as Bellefair Methodist in 1922. Beach United moved to Wineva Avenue in 2009, so the building will now become 23 condominiums residences. 

The Queen Street frontage will retain the church's historic facade, and will include high-ceilinged retail at ground level, with four storeys of condos rising above. Clean lines will mark the modern construction.

Project rendering, image courtesy of Reserve Properties

The top floor will include 8 grand one and two storey penthouses, 6 of which will feature expansive rooftop terraces – 3 facing Queen Street and Kew Gardens, and 3 facing a central landscaped courtyard and walkway, with townhomes situated in behind.

Project rendering, image courtesy of Reserve Properties

Project rendering, image courtesy of Reserve Properties

Unit features include 10’ ceiling heights, Scavolini kitchens and bathrooms with granite or quartz countertops, European stainless steel appliances and wide-plank engineered wood floors.

Interior unit rendering, image courtesy of Reserve Properties

Interior unit rendering, image courtesy of Reserve Properties

With these two Reserve Property locations currently in sales, UrbanToronto is looking forward to construction and hopes that the promise shown with both Motif and Bellefair is realized with fine additions to the city's mid-rise housing stock.

author:condovo

posted:2010-11-07 11:23:33

Related Companies:  59 Project Management, Drive Agency, II BY IV DESIGN, PMA Brethour Realty Group, RAW Design, Reserve Properties, Strybos Barron King