Bringing luxury boutique residences north of Bloor Street is Alterra and Zinc's 36Hazelton. This Quadrangle Architects-designed condominium will consist of 18 very special suites near the intersection of Hazelton Avenue and Scollard Street, just steps away from all the restaurants and shops in Yorkville. The site of 36Hazelton is the former home of St. Basil's Catholic School, and the school's heritage facade is being retained as the base of the development, while keeping the upper levels will be sleek and modern.
36Hazelton's suites range from 1,200 square feet to over 4,600 for the penthouse unit. Each is unique with an individualized floor plan, but all feature ten-foot ceilings, custom appointments and kitchens by Marana Kitchens, and modern finishes. Of paricular note at this development is 36Hazelton's terraced design, with generous outdoor space for every unit. Indoor amenities at 36Hazelton include a fitness studio, wine storage and a tasting room, while bicycle storage is also provided.
The exclusive penthouse suite occupies the entire seventh floor and offers panoramic views from its unheard-of 2,800 square feet of outdoor space. The suite prices range from $2.8 million to $12 million for the 7th floor penthouse.
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|Related Companies:||Alterra Group of Companies, GBCA Architects, Quadrangle, Ronald Holbrook and Associates Landscape Architects, U31, Zinc Developments|