Baker Real Estate has announced a special one day sale of remaining units at the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton. The 53-storey tower, about 80% sold, is designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates and Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects and developed by Cadillac Fairview with Graywood Developments Ltd.
The one day event will be held on April 30th, and those interested in suites here are required to register online in advance. A brochure packed with information about the building, including floor plans and the one-day prices, will be mailed to those who register. Appointments will be made to tour the model suite commencing at noon. Prices in the building will rise on May 2nd following the event. To wet your appetite, we have photos from the beautiful model suite, but we will start on the main floor in the residential lobby.
22 floors up, residents reach the Sky Lobby and Reception. Elevators to the units run from this floor.
A number of amenities are found on the 21st floor. These include a screening room, a billiards room, a guest suite, plus the boardroom, fitness centre, and sky lounge, all just being finished, and pictured below.
Time to dive into the model suite.
All residences feature expansive 10’ smooth ceilings (12’ high ceilings in the Penthouses). Cornice mouldings, full height wall to wall double glazed, low “e” windows. Bellini custom designed cabinetry in kitchens and bathrooms, top of the line appliances, stainless steel or facing panels to match cabinets on Subzero BI 425S/O fridge/freezer with ice maker and dishwasher, Wolf five burner gas cooktop, Wolf 30” single wall oven and Wolf convection microwave wall oven, Miele Incognito Dishwasher, Subzero 424 undercounter wine storage. Choice of specific flooring in bathrooms, living/dining room, foyer and library of granite, marble, limestone, engineered hardwood floor or 60 oz with wool cut pile carpet with 1/2” premium rubber under pad. Do The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton grab your attention? Leave a comment here, or join in the discussion in UrbanToronto's real estate thread for the project by clicking on the link below.