The trio of Bazis Canada, Plazacorp, and Metropia are launching their 32-storey luxury Bloor Street condominium, Exhibit Residences. Located across the street from the Daniel Libeskind-designed crystal at the Royal Ontario Museum, the Roy Varacalli-designed Exhibit is divided into four cubes, sheathed in fritted glass, and offset several degrees from each other. The angled cubes interact with the ROM's neighbouring crystalline forms. 

Project rendering, image courtesy of Bazis, Plazacorp and Metropia.

Detail of Exhibit, image courtesy of Bazis, Plazacorp and Metropia.

Like the 19-storey MuseumHouse beside it, all of Exhibit's suites have been oriented either to the north or south to protect every resident's panoramic views from being blocked by future development. While suites on the Bloor Street side will overlook the ROM's dynamic courtyard from the third floor upwards, suites on the north side will not start until the 10th floor. Owing to the subway running under the building, Exhibit does not have an underground parking garage. The parking, located at the rear of the building, is comprised of eight above ground levels, veiled in the same fritted glass as the rest of the tower. Residents living on those floors will have the convenience of parking their car on the same level as their suite. The ninth level of the building is Exhibit's Entertainment floor, featuring two lounges, one with a spectacular curved bar, and the other with a private dining room with catering kitchen, which can be adapted as intimate individual spaces or combined for larger social functions. On the north side, a party room with a linear fireplace, which opens onto an outdoor rooftop garden highlighted by a shimmering reflecting pool accented by a sculpture in the water. Rows of trees frame private seating areas around this green and blue oasis. On the tenth level is a fitness centre equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, overlooking the garden below. Interior design of the project's common areas is by Diego Burdi of the renowned Burdifilek.

Detail of garden terrace, image courtesy of Bazis, Plazacorp and Metropia.

Exhibit's first two floors fronting Bloor Street will be reserved for retail uses.

Detail of Bloor Street retail, image courtesy of Bazis, Plazacorp and Metropia.

To read more about Exhibit, you can visit UrbanToronto's thread by clicking on the link below.

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