UrbanToronto is excited to bring to you a few great renderings as well as more information for the highly anticipated The Bond, by Lifetime Developments and designed by Core Architects. Rising 41-storeys at the corner of Adelaide and John, the Bond brings new height and increased density into the Entertainment district, minutes from the financial core of the city, and steps to both Queen and King Street West.
Residents enter through a sleek marble and leather-clad lobby on Adelaide Street, designed by Thomas Pearce Interior Design. Building ammenities are split between the 7th floor "Urban Retreat" and 8th floor "Fitness Retreat", which include a games room, fitness centre, outdoor pool, dining area and lounge.
Boasting outdoor terraces and a sun lounge designed by landscape design firm gh3, The Bond will offer residents a variety of ammenities and well-designed communal spaces to relax, unwind and enjoy being immersed in the surrounding city.
The Bond offers a variety of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom suites, as well as a penthouse collection. Residents can choose from a selection of designer finishes and hardware, and kitchens come with Thomas Pearce designed custom cabinetry, offered in a variety of colors and finishes. Floor to ceiling windows offer panoramic views of the surrounding city and downtown core, as well as an abundance of light.
We here at UrbanToronto have been following the progression of The Bond with anticipation, and are excited to see how it develops over the next few years. The project is expected to be completed in the fall of 2015.
More detailed renderings can be found in our dataBase listing below; if you'd like to join the discussion, check out the projects and construction forum thread here.
ADDENDUM: The Bond is holding an event this weekend for all those who are registered at www.thebond.ca. Saturday Oct 22 and Sunday Oct 23 from Noon to 5, new floors will be released. Interested?! Make sure you sign up at the link above.
|Related Companies:||Core Architects, gh3, Lifetime Developments, Milborne Group, Montana Steele, Skygrid Construction, Tomas Pearce Interior Design Consulting Inc|