Stanley Park? Well, it's not quite the famous Vancouver park in this instance, but as is the case there, Toronto's much smaller Stanley Park sits to the west side of the core, and from it there are great views back to the east. Now rising in a location to take perfect advantage of those skyline views is Parc - Loft Residences on King West. Developed by Lamb Developmnent Corp, Niche Development, and Harhay Construction Management, the 10-storey building has topped out and work to complete the cladding and then outfit the interior is underway.
The building is designed by Peter Clewes of architectsAlliance, and its alternately angled balconies overlooking the park are the first to be built of many coming projects in this city that will explore the undulating balcony look in various ways.
So, here's what Parc and its balconies will look like from the park when all is complete...
...and we will finish up for now with a close-up on the ornamental garden patio fence, and what seem to be living wall patterned curtains behind? We are looking forward to the details coming together!
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This article was originally published in forum thread: Parc - Loft Residences on King West (Lamb/Niche/Harhay, 10s, aA)
|Related Companies:||architectsAlliance, Brad J. Lamb Realty, Harhay Developments, Kowalski Kowalski Design, Lamb Development Corp, Niche Development, The Walsh Group|